Congrats Graduates

Graduations are cause for celebration, whether a student is graduating from high school, college, or another type of educational program. We recognize the hard work required to reach these important milestones and wish good luck to all the graduates in our community!

The ABCs of DMs

May 9th, 2022 by GSC Customer Care

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Learn the “how,” “when,” and “why” of direct messages Social media is for broadcasting your thoughts, images, and videos to dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of followers. But what if you have something to say to just one person? Direct messages, known as DMs, are the solution, and they’re available on all the most popular

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You may be surprised how many factors could be at play. The first thing you think of when it comes to your home’s internet speed is probably what you signed up for with your internet provider, such as 100 Mbps. This network speed represents the speed that comes into your router from outside, and it

National Telephone Day

On this day in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell introduced the first version of the telephone, which he called the “electric speech machine.” Bell’s life-changing invention led to a series of innovations — from switchboard operators to rotary dial and push-button phones to VoIP systems to smartphones. This calls for a celebration! Instead of your usual texts

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**UPDATE, 4/24 7:30am**— All email services have been fully restored. All new messages are being delivered in a timely fashion. We will continue to monitor and provide additional updates if the situation changes. **UPDATE, 4/23/22, 8am ** — The issue causing yesterday’s email outage has been resolved. New message delivery is improving, but may be

world backup day

Don’t be an April Fool (like the 30 percent of people who have never backed up their files). Back up all your family photos, home videos, and important documents on World Backup Day, March 31st, and regularly throughout the year. Losing personal files can be a devastating experience.

Stolen Identity

To spot identity theft, do the following: 1) Get your free credit report at AnnualCreditReport.com and review it for accounts you didn’t open or inquiries you don’t recognize. 2) Regularly check your credit card and bank statements for purchases or withdrawals you didn’t make. 3) Review your medical bills and Explanation of Benefits statements for

Google Yourself

People are Googling you, so it’s important to know what they see What information will a potential employer, new friend or coworker, or first date find when they Google you? Are the search results showing you in a positive light? Is the content true and relevant? Google could be displaying personal data about you that’s

bad bots

A bot – short for robot – is a software program that performs automated, repetitive, pre-defined tasks. Bots typically imitate or replace human user behavior. While some bots, such as search engine crawlers, are good, bad bots are built to carry out malicious attacks at scale. When left unchecked, these bad bots can steal data,

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We’re preparing for possible weather-related outages ahead of this weekend’s developing winter storm. Restoration crews are ready and standing by to respond quickly if an outage does occur.  We will provide updates on widespread outages on our website and social media accounts. To learn more about how GSC crews prepare for a major winter storm