Do you have a Google or Gmail Account, You must watch this then!!

What you need to know now if you have a Google Account


You can View your location history for days, weeks or a month. Know where you have been and when you have been. All this data is collected on Google. Are you the only one that sees this?


Do you have a Google Account? You must Know this

What you need to know now if you have a Google Account
Is your location History safe on Google?

  1. Go to
  2. Click on the Icon in the top right of the screen
  3. Click on Account
  4. Click on Dashboard

Look to see if you have “Location History” Enabled
What does an Enabled Location History Mean?
It means that your Google Account is enabled to track your location history everywhere your phone goes.
1. View Location History
2. Location History Dashboard
3. Settings

You can View your location history for days, weeks or a month. Know where you have been and when you have been. All this data is collected on Google. Are you the only one that sees this?

Tips and Tricks Google + for the Mobile Device Part 2

Google Plus/+ is an excellent social media solution for individuals and businesses you can have multiple pages including personal and business, Get a custom URL , Similar to Facebook’s “like”, Google has, “+1” votes.

This is the second part of a 2 video tutorial on how to use Google + for the Mobile Device.

Google + custom URL is here!

Google+ is a social networking and identity service owned and operated by Google Inc. It is the second-largest social networking site in the world after Facebook, and 500 million people had created Google Plus accounts as of December 2012.

Having a Google + account is essential in social marketing for businesses.

Google + is a powerful social media platform that has a variety of applications for your desktop, laptop, phone, and tablet. Moreover, Google Places and Google Business allows you to get listed on Google and Found.

Over the past week or so, you have been able to claim your custom Google+ URL.

This simplifies sharing your address and marketing your business. For More information:

Google Plus/+ Claim a custom URL to more easily share your Google+ page or profile with others! Rolling out this week

Google + Custom URL

Let us do all this for you in one of our special packages!

Fujitsu ScanSnap IX500 Review

Over the past 6 months I have been looking for a more efficient and effective way of managing all the documents, receipts, business
cards, invoices, and basically all the papers that go along with owning a business.
Prior to me purchasing a document scanner I had been using my Canon MX880 which does have
many of the features of the document scanner, but doesn’t have the mobility and
database and document search features this has.
The Canon MX880

Superior 9600 x 2400
maximum color resolution4 and 5 Individual Ink Tanks means
incredible business document printing and efficiency while built-in imaging
technology ensures the integrity of originals are preserved with each copy and
scan. Maintain security standards by utilizing features to prevent misdialed
fax transmissions and keep scanned files password protected.

The MX892 also allows you to turn your office into a photo
lab and print beautiful, borderless5 photo lab quality photos
up to 8.5″ x 11″ in size. Your photo printing options now also include
Full HD video6 while you also enjoy computer-less printing
through compatible direct print options.
The MX892 delivers the tremendous business imaging quality
and versatile solutions that will assist in bringing your business to the next
level. So, you can print business documents when you need to and photos when
you want to.
This is also a wireless printer with optional Bluetooth technology.
Basically, I was scanning all my business documents into
files and saving them into folders which I would then backup multiple times on
different portable and network drives.
Neat NeatDesk vs
Fujitsu ScanSnap IX500
I was looking for the device that had the greatest
capabilities, ease of use and compatibility with both PC and MAC. I must have
compared these two devices at least 20 times before I decided to buy one.  The Fujitsu was a bit more expensive, but I felt
it had a better name and company behind it. I bought it from Costco where it is well priced and is very good with returns if necessary. However, i will not need to return this device.


 The basic deciding factor were the features and software
that came with the Scan Snap IX500 and the excellent reviews I have throughout the
Ease of Connecting
The Scan Snap was easy to set up but it was important to know
that you should take these steps. First install the software which comes on a
CD and then connected the power cable and USB cable.
It will take you through the installation first and then ask
you to connect the device, installing all the necessary drivers. It will then
ask if you would like to connect wirelessly through your home network as well
as asking if you will be connecting a mobile devices such as an android based
or iOS based device. It will then take you through the process for installing
these software, provide you with a pin and allow you to connect and hit scan.
You place a document in the scanner and select scan on your phone and its done.

ScanSnap iX500

The ScanSnap iX500 provides PC and Mac users an effective way to greatly reduce paper clutter, storage space, and security risk associated with unmanaged paperwork at home or office. Even better, documents scanned by ScanSnap take on a higher level of accessibility and usefulness, users can scan wirelessly to a PC or Mac and now iOS or Android mobile devices.
  • One button searchable PDF creation
  • Advanced paper feeding system
  • Blazing 25ppm color scanning
  • 50-page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
  • Built-in GI microprocessor
  • USB 3.0 (or lower)
  • Scan wirelessly to a PC or Mac
  • Scan wirelessly to iOS or Android mobile devices
  • Comes with Adobe® Acrobat® X Standard (PC only)
  • More Quick Menu Productivity


  • Easily Transform Paper with the Touch of a Button

    Achieving organization with the ScanSnap iX500 starts with the touch of a single button and ends with a host of productivity features that keep you ahead of the stack.
  • Scan to:

    • Searchable PDF
    • JPG
    • Word (editable)
    • Excel (editable)
    • Business Cards
    • Mobile
  • Wi-Fi or USB connectivity to a computer

    Break free from USB and place ScanSnap just about anywhere in the room with Wi-Fi connectivity to a PC or Mac.

iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2

Both have excellent features. Some say the iPhone is “so much easier to use”. To be honest I don’t understand this. Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean basically works the same with finger swipe motions to change screens to access applications. I find Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean to be easier in terms of having the ability to customize your phone more so. For those not familiar with Android…

Google Play Capabilities

The iPhone has the App Store and Android has Google Play. To each his own. I initially began using an android tablet which introduced me to the android OS. My guess is that if you started out with an iPhone or iPad you would continue using that OS until you possible tried something you liked better. My wife likes the Macbook, iPhone etc, I know very little about MAC to be honest, but can quickly and easily figure it out when she needs help. She was going on a trip and just bought an iPhone and it was probably the 2nd time I used one and yes, it was easy, but any person with a brain can use their common sense to install apps. Again, to each his own.

She wanted the iPhone 5s but doesn’t have an upgrade on our plan with Verizon till August so I was able to pick up a second hand 4 which works just fine for her. The basic principle here is, “Happy Wife, Happy Life”. If she wants an iphone, macbook, fine…..

I use the Samsung Galaxy Note II and absolutely love it. Is it too big? Absolutely not, i have descent size hands, it fits in my pocket and is convenient. There are many features I love about it, nothing I don’t like about it. It is light weight given its size, has excellent battery life and a ridiculous display and photo and video taking quality. Google Plus has made the Android experience much better in my opinion and possible the iPhone experience. I use it for blogging, social media, photo backup and sharing, etc. I made a video on Google Plus which you can find below.

The Bottom Line, “Happy Wife,  Happy Life”

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