Issue No. 24July 2014

Are you satisfied with your Internet connection?

If you’re not happy with the service you are receiving from your ISP, or if your internet connection is not as fast as you’d like, you should know that you have options for better Internet service. You don’t have to be locked into a single ISP for your geographic region, as options for internet connectivity are expanding rapidly.  From Cable and DSL to Ethernet over Copper and Fiber internet, there are ISPs looking to compete for and win your business by providing a superior service at a reasonable price. Kazmarek Technology Solutions (KTS) has the expertise and industry contacts to help you find a better option for your Internet service.

Perhaps you are moving offices, or expanding your existing office space. Maybe you’ve been locked into a long term contract that is set to lapse and you want to review your options for a new Internet Service Provider.  Maybe you are under terms of an existing contract, and you want to find out if you have any way to modify the service contract so that it would better fit your needs.  Kazmarek Technology has the experience and telecom industry contacts that allow us to serve as your trusted adviser for all telcom related concerns.

KTS provides free consultation for our clients, both new and existing, where we work with you to review your current telcom service contract and invoice, discuss your current and future plans,  and work with our trusted partners to find options for Internet connectivity that can provide you with faster service,  more reliable connectivity,  a cheaper bill or all of the above.

If you are interested in working with KTS to evaluate and improve your Internet Service, please contact our Support Desk.

 

Snipping Tool

You can use Snipping Tool to catpure a screenshot, or snip, of any object on your screen, and then annotate, save, or share the image.

Snipping Tool

You can capture any of the following types of snips:

  • Free-form snip. Draw a free form shape around an object
  • Rectangular snip. Drag the cursor around an object to form a rectangle
  • Window snip. Select a window, such as a browser window or dialog box, that you want to capture
  • Full screen snip. Capture the entire screen.

After you capture a snip, it’s automatically copied to the Clipboard and the mark-up window.

For directions on using the Snipping Tool, please visit Microsoft’s how-to Snipping Tool guide.

 

If you have questions regarding snipping tool, how to use it, or where to find it on your computer, please contact our Support Desk.