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The Outlook Ribbon contains all the options and commands you use to accomplish tasks.  You click buttons on the ribbon to create a new email, delete emails, open a new meeting request, or assign a category to an item, a highly useful tool.  It does, however, take up a good […]

The Simplified Ribbon



In my last article, I talked about a quick way to see all your installed applications using the Windows shell command, Shell:appsfolder.  Shell commands have been around as long as Windows has and there are now quite a number of them.  You can use them to open folders, display the […]

Windows Shell Commands




Roland Schorr & Tower is proud to announce its acquisition of KronisTek IT Solutions, a Seattle based Managed Services Company.  Through this strategic partnership, we are excited to bring the same best-in-class Managed IT, Cloud, Consulting and Security Services to Washington, that we currently provide to Hawaii, Oregon and Arizona, […]

RST now serving Seattle, WA.





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It was 10-1/2 years ago that Matti and I founded Roland Schorr & Tower and over the years I’ve really enjoyed getting to know, and help, all of you. That’s why it’s somewhat bittersweet for me to announce that in mid-June I’m going to be leaving Roland Schorr & Tower. […]

Important Announcement




Over the next few months I’ll do a series of blog posts featuring short tips from my popular “60 Tips in 60 Minutes” presentation. To kick it off, here’s tip #1 – Microsoft OneNote. OneNote is Microsoft’s​ free-form note-taking software. You can think of it as a replacement for the […]

Tip #1 – Microsoft OneNote