About the Author - Dorrie Toney
Solutions Specialist Dorrie Toney has a passion for using technology to manage and simplify daily tasks so there’s more time for enjoying life.
“People spend hundreds on electronics and often use just a tenth of the devices’ capabilities. I love to help them discover how easy it is to do more with what they have, removing the intimidation factor from technology."
Dorrie is a graduate of Winthrop University. She began a journalism career as a newspaper copy editor and spent 19 years working as a business editor and digital manager at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Most recently she was senior editor of breaking news.
These appointments are among our favorites because we love showing how technology can simplify your life. So ask away…
While technology adds ease and speed to our lives, it also requires us to stay abreast of changes and update the tools we use. Keeping up with what’s new and old (as in this case) is how we at She’s Wired like to help. In recent weeks, we have been testing alternatives to Apple’s Time Capsule, which the company stopped selling a few years ago.
Today's Ask She's Wired question comes from quite a few She’s Wired clients. They want to know how to pair their Smart Phone to their Smart Car.
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She's Wired is turning 10 and we want to thank you for making it happen!
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