- The setup was quick and easy.
- We were surprised that the 5ghz broadcast radio does not come enabled by default!
- You have to find it in the app's Wireless Options and turn it on.
- The signals were good and strong, enabling good WiFi connections to every device we connected.
- We use multiple SSIDs that segregate WiFi traffic into different VLANs, just like most of our clients do.
- There is not a way for the Airport Extreme to recognize VLANs in its configuration.
- Thus, all access is the same, with the exception of setting up a guest network in the device configuration; but the guest network does not accomplish what we need and accomplish via VLANs.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Posted by Nick Nicholaou at Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Monday, January 18, 2016
I just sent an article to the publisher on issues related to migrating to Microsoft's O365. It includes some good news, details some of O365's limitations, and concludes with a creative way to save money!
Interested? Click here to read a free copy!
Posted by Nick Nicholaou at Monday, January 18, 2016
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Over the years The Lord has helped me develop a tool that has become the most referenced set of data on church management software. It is completely objective (does not try to persuade you to contact a sponsoring ChMS provider), is simple and easy to use, and it is free!
If you'd like to see this year's article, click here!
Posted by Nick Nicholaou at Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Thursday, December 17, 2015
- Business Mileage: $ .54/mile
- down from 2015’s $ .575
- Medical & Moving Mileage: $ .19/mile
- down from 2015’s $ .23
- Charitable Mileage: $ .14/mile
- unchanged for more than a decade
Posted by Nick Nicholaou at Thursday, December 17, 2015
Monday, October 12, 2015
I just released an article to the publisher announcing that Microsoft has resolved the non-discrimination language in its O365 charity licensing agreement. The Lord used MBS in that process, and we are excited to announce it!
Click here if you’d like to read a free pre-release of the article via the MBS website!
Posted by Nick Nicholaou at Monday, October 12, 2015
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
There’s no doubt that family structures have changed dramatically in the last forty years. ChMS databases are struggling to cope with those changes, and that makes ministry more challenging because most ChMSes impose traditional family structures on today’s family structures. A change must be made! Here are some thoughts that may help.
To read a free advance copy, click here!
Jesus made an interesting statement in Matthew 10:16b, "...be as shrewd as serpents, and innocent as doves" (NASB). I believe these words of His are good guidelines for Christians to apply in every aspect of doing business. We are to be shrewd, yet innocent.
What does all of this have to do with computers? Click here to read the article!