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  1. Well that was disappointing as hell. Though I will say that I never expected the Packers to even make it to the NFC championship game in the first place with a 4-6 record as the regular season was winding down. We had a hell of a run. Will be cheering for the dirty birds against the Patriots.
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  3. Not really Go Hawks! Oh wait.... Sent from my SM-G925V using Tapatalk
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  5. LOL...
  6. Who's ready for a REPEAT?! @csb flights to ATL are sub $500......just sayin'.
  7. So my nephew has two tickets for the 2017 SUPER BOWL, both box seats. He paid $2,500 for each ticket, but he didn't realize last year when he bought them, it was going to be on the same day as his wedding. If you are interested, he is looking for someone to take his place...It's at St. Joseph Church, in Tampa at 3pm. Her name is Melissa . She's 5'7 about 140 lbs. She's a good cook, too. She'll be the one in the white dress.
  8. Well you see P-E, we sort of lost some people. So we're gonna need you to come in on Sunday too. THANKS A BUNCH!
  9. So in my area, I'm now hearing radio ads for TWC changing names to Spectrum after the merger with Charter. Is this the case for any other TWC subscribers?
  10. Essentially yes (though I was able to get a student GoToMeeting account). But it's definitely more on the personal/private/small business level in my opinion. I'm not sure what security measures are employed but my guess is it's minimal. Skype is much more geared towards the corporate enterprise level and has various levels of security and authentication. But that also comes at a price. But if the company is paying for it, cost is generally a non-issue. I'd reach out to some of your I.T. people (or equivalent) to see what resources the govt. already has (aside from WebEx).
  11. Perhaps @CAPLS can provide some input on this for you.
  12. I'm guessing your I.T. group hasn't pushed any recent updates to your PCs lately. In Nov. 2015, Lync became Skype for Business when Microsoft acquired Skype. It actually added some nice functionality and also integrates well across different device platforms too.
  13. We are phasing out WebEx due to the high cost and functionality issues you described. GoToMeeting worked quite well when I was in grad school and needed to set up a brief meeting with a professor. Those who are familiar with Android and Google, Hangouts works pretty slick and integrates nicely across multiple device platforms (and it's free). That was actually more suitable to a school environment because with Google Docs, we could all be editing the same spreadsheet or Word doc all with video and and all while making comments too. In more of a corporate setting, Skype for Business works pretty flawlessly and obviously integrates well with other MS Office apps (e.g. you can add a Skype meeting link to your Outlook calendar invite for those attendees who are remote).
  14. Totally! Just as much as turkey bacon!!!