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Business IT

Wednesday April 28, 2021

FROM THE EDITOR

Hi all,

Welcome to another BIT newsletter. There's heaps of advice for SMBs today - across a wide variety of topics. I'm also still sad that Lenovo took a monitor away from me. How can someone have an emotional connection to having three desktop windows open at once? I did. It also saved me a lot of time, frustration and exhaustion from not having to flick through different app. I'll shut up about the monitor now.

Have a great day!

Best regards,

Nick The Editor

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