Security—Get the Fix

Security—Get the Fix

Windows systems users remain vulnerable to new threats that can spread from computer to computer without a user doing anything to prompt the intrusion. Microsoft recently discovered two new vulnerabilities that affect remote desktop services. The company released a security update Aug. 13, and is encouraging users to download the patch immediately. You can find the release and the link to the security patch here. This comes after an earlier similar threat was exposed in May, leading Microsoft to report…

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Why do we need a Feasibility Study?

Why do we need a Feasibility Study?

The prospect of launching a capital campaign can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Who will volunteer? Is this the right time? Will people support your funding priorities? How do you set a realistic goal? These are all excellent questions, which you can answer by conducting a Feasibility Study as an early step in the process. Whether you have one major project or a number of smaller initiatives that you are considering, inviting your constituents to participate in the conversation…

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How to Win at Scrabble

How to Win at Scrabble

I think the rules of Scrabble should be changed to allow acronyms. We have all been there at least once in our lives – in the midst of a heated moment with friends or family, exchanging furious verbal battles over whether the word they have just put down in a game of Scrabble is in fact allowed. One of the Scrabble rules listed as causing the most arguments is the banned use of acronyms, which many of the leftover, high…

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