Tag Archives | Schaumburg

Why does search marketing matter so much?

Bing Ads Express for Small and Midsize Businesses: Quick and Easy Online Advertising You have seen the ads for Bing, but you haven’t tried it yet, right? When invited to take the Bing It On Challenge, participants chose Bing over Google for the web’s top searches. Try it for yourself at www.BingItOne.com Now you know. […]

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Why does Microsoft offer free resources to teachers?

I have recently had the opportunity to talk with school districts about our Educator Workshops and the online resources Microsoft offers to teachers at no cost. Learning is no longer contained within the four walls of a classroom. A virtual learning environment is powerful in supporting the development of a range of 21st Century skills, […]

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Why choose Office 365?

We know that you work hard at your business, and we work hard to give you tools that can help you be productive, effective and successful in everything you do. I think that one of the most productive tools available is Microsoft Office 365. From home to business, Office 365 installs on your PC or […]

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From Sap to Syrup

Finding Beauty in Our Community In the middle of March, a persistent blanket of white and grey snow covers all that was once green, fruitful, and flourishing. It appears to be a cold and barren landscape, however, beneath this hibernating world, deep in the heart of winter, are signs of renewing life. We celebrate one […]

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Trickster Exhibit

Native Art Gallery

Schaumburg is home to the only Native American owned and operated Art Institution in Illinois: The Trickster Art Gallery. It is more than a gallery of contemporary art (post 1960s). As their vision states, they also provide “first voice cultural education and awareness.” A comprehensive gallery, The Trickster showcases various art disciplines; visual, music, educational […]

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The Sky’s the Limit

Sky’s the Limit At Microsoft, giving is ingrained in our culture, a cornerstone of our citizenship and as our employees will tell you, one of the most rewarding — not to mention fun — aspects of our jobs. As a private pilot with an airplane, I choose to volunteer my time with aviation organizations such […]

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Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful ???

  Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful ??? Beautiful enterprise software?   A paradox.   Enterprise software is not supposed to be beautiful – bits and bytes are not beautiful, sexy or pleasing. Need it be?  After all, technology, in order to do anything useful for us, should effect an action or change in our […]

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Being Proactive

     Being Proactive     Giving personnel access to decision-making tools, contextual data and strategic planning resources also builds the company culture that supports being proactive-rather than reactive. Personnel learn to make decisions independently, thoroughly researching cause-and-effect data and making fact-based decisions. Employees learn that slow response is no longer acceptable. Teams understand that […]

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The ladies refused to acknowledge the 800 pound white gorilla in the room

Fractured Cliché #39

Fractured Cliché: Ignoring the white elephant in the room Correct Cliché: Ignoring the 800 pound gorilla in the room To me there’s little material difference between these clichés. Imagine a white elephant or an 800-pound gorilla. Either would be hard to ignore. Something else that would be hard to ignore is two football fields, adjacent to […]

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Survival of the Fastest

           SURVIVAL OF THE FASTEST       Infor says speed is a competitive weapon.       Why? We believe that speed—not just scale—is the new basis for competition. It’s no longer about how big a company is; it’s about how fast you can execute. You may never be able to out-scale a competitor, but you […]

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Points of Light launches the Financial Opportunity Corps

The Financial Opportunity Corps RFP is now available! Through generous support from Bank of America, Points of Light is excited to announce a new program to help low- and moderate-income households achieve financial stability: the Financial Opportunity Corps. Ten organizations will be selected to host two AmeriCorps VISTA members each to launch a financial coaching […]

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Izaak Walton League gives 11 acres to Hanover Township

The Elgin chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America has found a new owner to take over 11 acres along Poplar Creek with the promise of furthering its conservation efforts. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Dancing down the rabbit hole

The imaginative production, featuring around 40 talented young dancers plus professional guest artists, will be performed on Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21 at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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AmericInn Acquires, Converts Illinois Hampton Inn

AmericInn acquired a former Hampton Inn, located here at 1300 E. Higgins Road, that has been reflagged as the AmericInn Hotel & Suites Schaumburg, which AmericInn will manage. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Millburn bypass public hearing:

The Illinois Department of Transportation and the Lake County Division of Transportation will host an open house public hearing on Route 45 and the Millburn bypass from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, at Millburn Middle School, 640 Freedom Way, Lindenhurst. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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GenerationOn Mobilizes to Fight Child Hunger

Beginning today through April 30, generationOn, the youth division of Points of Light is calling on young people across the country to bring their ideas, creativity and passion to the table to help end child hunger. There are nearly 17 million kids in the United States who encounter hunger at any given time throughout the […]

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Reliable Web Hosting at a Special Offer from Wirenine.com

Mar. 19, 2013 – SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Schaumburg, Illinois – A lot of people are now interested in web hosting (http://www.wirenine.com/ to promote their business, projects, organizations, and more. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Mortgage-Free Homes for Combat-Wounded Veterans of OEF/OIF

Homes4WoundedHeroes, awards 100% Mortgage-free homes to both combat-wounded veterans, and surviving spouses of those killed in the line of duty, from Operation Enduring Freedom and/or Operation Iraqi Freedom. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Arlington Hts. candidates differ sharply on issues

But Arlington Heights village president candidates Ron Drake, Tom Hayes and Mark Hellner collaborated in providing voters with clear choices in the April 9 election during a feisty exchange Saturday. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Sanitation Positions – Manufacturing Nation Pizza and Foods is hiring …

Manufacturing Nation Pizza and Foods is hiring Sanitation positions 3rd shift -$10.50/hour We offer a safe & clean working environment, competitive wages, & complete medical, dental, & vision benefits. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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Fitch Downgrades Roosevelt University (IL) Revs to 'BBB'; Outlook Remains Negative

Fitch Ratings has downgraded the rating on $226.1 million Illinois Finance Authority revenue bonds issued on behalf of Roosevelt University to ‘BBB’ from ‘BBB+’. SECURITY The bonds are a general obligation of the university. Read More at Author: Go to Source

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