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Beware of telephone scams claiming to be Tech Helpline.

March 17th, 2017

Please be careful of impostors claiming to be Tech Helpline representatives. For your security, please review this list of things that authentic Tech Helpline analysts will not do: Tech Helpline analysts will not Cold call individuals Ask for payment over the phone Ask for credit or debit card information Ask for birthday, social security number, […]

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4 Steps Brokers Can Take to Get Agents to Adopt Technology

March 14th, 2017

One of the greatest struggles that broker-owners have with technology is getting their agents to use the technology tools they provide. On the other hand, many agents are suffering from tech fatigue with simply too many tech tools to learn, sometimes taking too much time to learn, none of them being integrated and often requiring […]

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How Can Brokers Meet Agents’ Tech Needs?

March 7th, 2017

What would you do if you lost access to your smartphone for a day? A week? What happens when you try to print out a copy of a CMA, and the printer stops and you can’t find the problem? What recourse do you have if you accidentally went to the wrong website and your laptop […]

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What are the Advantages of Technology Made for REALTORS® by REALTORS®?

March 31st, 2016

A little over 10 years ago, in January 2006, we were heading into a tumultuous housing market. But a few years before things got crazy, the Florida Realtors did something brilliant – it launched a new service for its members called Tech Helpline. The concept for Tech Helpline was pretty straightforward. Technology tools for agents […]

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Securing Your Android Smartphone

March 28th, 2012
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Being one of the more popular platforms for smart phones today, the Android operating system is a great asset to casual and business users alike. But just like the Windows platform on your computer, this popularity and open-endedness for apps has exploded with many opportunities for some great and not-so-great apps to be downloaded to […]

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Which E-Book Reader is Right For You

March 29th, 2011

E-book Readers An e-book (electronic book) is a text and image based publication in digital form that can be read using a hand held device called an e-book reader. There are several advantages to using this method over traditional print media. 1. There are over 2 million free books available for download, including all fiction […]

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Routine Maintenance Tips for Your PC

February 22nd, 2011

Tech Helpline often receives calls requesting help to speed up users’ computers. Below you will find many helpful tips for helping you keep your PC computer well maintained so that it can run as quickly as the day you unboxed it.

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Microsoft Office 2010 Review

September 9th, 2010

Every few years, Microsoft releases an overhaul of its Office product suite, and this year Office 2010 was released. With this product, Microsoft also released web Office access to compliment the suite in light of products such as OpenOffice.org and Google Docs. What is new? Each product in the Office suite now carries the Ribbon […]

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Windows 7 Review: Want to upgrade?

December 15th, 2009

Introducing Windows 7 You’ve probably heard about Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 7. It’s the first new release since Vista in 2006. If you were one of the many unsatisfied Vista users, then you may consider making a switch to Windows 7. We’re not advocating one operating system over the other; however, we do want […]

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Computer memory problems?

November 19th, 2009

Let’s review the two types of memory computers operate off of – RAM (Random Access Memory) and hard drive memory. Understanding their differences will help you determine if one needs to be upgraded. RAM versus hard drive memory The hard drive memory is the long term, permanent memory. It is where all files, photos, music, […]

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