Pop Quiz: You press a key on the keyboard of your desktop computer, and hear a LOUD pop, and the computer doesn’t come back from sleeping. What’s the most likely reason for this? A: You had Bubble Wrap under the shift key B: You’re computer is still tired and you[...]
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We’ve been very busy here at Psinergy lately. Setting up the new mobile friendly website (isn’t it pretty) as well as looking into renewable energy options, and we are happy to announce that as of today, Psinergy enrolled to have 100% of its energy usage offset from Xcel’s Windsource® program! This[...]
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Psinergy TechWarrior St. Paul Earns Esteemed 2014 Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Psinergy TechWarrior St. Paul has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site[...]
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We’ve been hearing a lot about Windows 10 over the last week and we’ve had the Technical Preview running in our office for almost 4 months. There are numerous features with which we are already quite excited. What we learned this week is even more impressive. Windows 10 is marking[...]
The Holiday shopping season has begun, “Early Black Friday Deals”, “Get A $200 Macy’s Store Credit” (a recent scam event on Facebook stating Macy’s was giving away thousands of in-store credits worth thousands of dollars with over 29K people duped), and more. Phishing scams and virus exploits are at their[...]
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FYI — Looks like Gmail (& Google Apps for your Domain) is currently down for most people… though Google hasn’t acknowledged it yet… Update @ 11:10 AM CST It appears that some of the DNS settings for Gmail had changed, but some DNS servers didn’t get the information, and didn’t propagate[...]