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Featured Apps – These are Well Worth a Look
Cozi helps you keep track of important household information like meal planning, to-do lists, and your family's schedule.
This app is the ultimate recipe organizer. View recipes or enter your own, make grocery lists, and get ideas for leftovers.

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Lately I've seen Facebook friends indicating they'd like people to donate to a cause on their birthday. Is this a Facebook function, and does Facebook have other interesting birthday options?

Get the answer



Be Alert – Watch Out for Ransomware

After being introduced last year and then seemingly disappearing from the cyber scene, the ransomware known as Locky is back. Not only that, but it seems to be "new and improved," meaning more malicious for those who become victims.

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Steve RiatFive Simple Things to Protect Your Online Identity

Daily, we see news reports about companies that are hacked and had information leaked. While large companies that are compromised make the press, your devices could be compromised and it could take you quite a while to realize your device is the breach.

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Email Security Best Practices — Five Ways to Block Phishing Attacks

You should always be suspicious of potential phishing attacks, especially if you don’t know the sender. Here are five best practices to follow to help make sure you don’t become a helpless victim:

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Grow Your Business
It Won’t Happen to Me…Until it Does!
 
You hear it everywhere… Ransomware, hacker attacks, data breaches…Cybersecurity is such a hot topic that we frequently hear new stories, one scarier than the other. Amidst all that, it’s usually the big players that get the media coverage; big national chains like Yahoo, Target, or LinkedIn. So, the fact that the majority of attacks actually target small and medium businesses in small town communities often gets lost.
 

Nex-Tech Director of Sales Advises on Best Practices for Cybersecurity
 
During October, Nex-Tech is actively participating in National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Wednesday, October 18, 2017, Nex-Tech Director of Sales Steve Riat, will be speaking at Emporia State University to faculty and staff on how to practice due diligence online.
 
 

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Great Deals at Nex-Tech Wireless

Play Sunday Funday Bingo in 2017!
 
Join us live the first and third Sunday of every month for your chance to win a $200 account credit, two months free TV service or one month of free TV service! You may also play along and see who won by visiting www.nex-tech.com/bingo.
 
August 20th Winners
1st
2nd
3rd
Betty Schmidt - Hays
Brenda Schumacher - Plainville
Shirley Muir - Stockton
 
2nd Chance Winners:
  Karla Bell - Quinter
Betty Younger - Hays
September 3rd Winners
1st
2nd
3rd
Virginia Alexander - Esbon
Steve Miller - Hays
Ramona Herman - Hays
 
2nd Chance Winners:
  Frances Wagner - Russell
Gladys Kennedy - Lebanon

Customer Comments from Around the Corner

Thank you for the beautiful trophy and thanks for donating.

Miles Goss, Norton County 4-H, Horse Showman


Dear Friends:

On behalf of everyone at Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas, I would like to say thank you for your recent donation of the HD television and VHS player. We are grateful for people like you who support the individuals we serve who have developmental disabilities as they strive to reach their goals.

Thank you once again for your contribution. You are making a great difference in the lives of both children and adults with developmental disabilities.

Sincerely, Gerard L. Michaud, President


Thank you again for your sponsorship donation for the 2017 Ride for Life Horse Fun Show for Heart Choices on July 8. Despite having to reschedule it from May 21 due to rain, we had a great turn out of over 60 riders! The weather was very nice and everyone had a great time. Best of all, the event raised just over $2,000 for Heart Choices to provide pregnancy and parenting education and support in Osborne and Smith Counties!

Again, thank you for your very generous donation. We welcome you to display the enclosed “thank you” for your customers to appreciate your faithful support to your community.

With sincere appreciation, Alice Thompson, Executive Director


Two to View – A Couple of Amazing Videos You Don't Want to Miss
 
Welcome to the Cliffside Shop
This remote pop-up shop is perched on the side of a mountain, and its clerk helps climbers with gear when they need it most.
  100 Places of Dance
So you think you can dance...in 100 places? This guy can! Watch his fun routine performed against different backdrops.