June 2011 E-Newsletter
June 2011 – Discover How to Win a Free Ice Cream Gift Card from Bruster’s – Watch This Video…
The Grand Prize Winner of May’s Quiz is …..
Alesa Smith from MAS won a $25 gift Card from Starbucks
Last month’s question –
What was put on sale for the first time in May of 1886?
This month’s question is:
What inventor averaged one patent for every three weeks of his life?
a) Thomas Edison
b) Benjamin Franklin
c) Alexander Graham Bell
Teresa Warthen from Frederick Swanston was the third person to call in and correctly answered this month’s trivia question, but you can still play. If you are the first person to email me through our e-newsletter you will win a $25 Gift Card to Starbucks.
7 Simple Ways To Keep Your iPad Secure
- Don’t leave it lying around Although this is common sense, you’ve probably violated this rule more than once. iPads are easy targets for thieves, so don’t let it out of your sight when in a public place – and don’t leave it in plain view in your car or you might end up with a broken window in addition to a stolen iPad.
- Use a passcode Although it’s not 100% hacker-proof, it will block unauthorized users from accessing your information.
- Consider enabling automatic data erasing You can configure your iPad to erase your data after 10 failed passcode attempts. Clearly this is not a good solution for anyone who constantly forgets a password or those who have kids who might try to endlessly log in to use your iPad.
- Sign up for MobileMe As mentioned opposite, this software will allow you to locate a lost iPad and, if it’s not recoverable, you can remotely wipe the device of your private information.
- Limit its capabilities You can set your iPad to restrict certain functions such as access to Safari, YouTube, installing applications and explicit media content using a passcode. In the corporate world, an IT administrator could set these restrictions for company owned devices. At home, you can use this to restrict what your children can do with your iPad.
- Install software updates As with all software, make sure you have the latest security updates and patches installed to protect against hackers and viruses.
- Only connect to trusted WiFi networks Public WiFis are open territory for hackers and identity thieves. Whenever you connect, make sure it’s a legitimate, secure connection.
Meet Our Pet Of the Month: Jager
Tina Hudson from Advantage Fire is the proud owner of a Min Pin, named Jager. Jager was born February 4, 2011, weighs 3.2lbs, and they brought him home March 25, 2011. Tina brings him to work with her sometimes.
Jager’s favorite toy is his turtle. He already knows how to high five and fetch.
Thanks Tina for sharing Jager with our readers of Tech Times. As this month’s Grand Prize Winner, Jager won a $50.00 Treat Basket from Pooch N Paws Pet Boutique and Bakery in Suwanee and will be featured on our MIS Blog. If you want free stuff for your fabulous pet, you can enter one of these 2 ways:
- Call Shannon Smith at 678-730-5527.
- Email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn How 5 Minutes Of Your Time Equals FREE Ice Cream From Bruster’s
Recently, we’ve revamped our website to have customer reviews from Google Places. To have some fun, we are making an offer to you. If you complete a review for MIS Solutions on Google Places by 6/30/2011, we will reward you with a FREE ice cream card to Bruster’s. To complete a review, go to http://budurl.com/yd4s The review process is short and should take no more than a couple of minutes.
After completing your review, email Shannon at email@example.com with a subject line of “I reviewed on Google Places – Please send my Bruster’s Card”. Don’t forget that your review is good (free) advertising for your business, so make sure you start out by telling who you are and what your company does.
If you need any help submitting a review, call Shannon at 678-730-2703 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you complete a Google places review for MIS & notify us by June 30, 2011, we’ll send you a Bruster’s ice cream gift card as a thank you for playing. Thanks for playing! – Jennifer
He will not crush the weakest reed or put out a flickering candle. Finally he will cause justice to be victorious. And his name will be the hope of all the world. Matthew 12:20-21 NLT.