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Security Lunch & Learn

You're invited to a Security Lunch & Learn, hosted by Heartland Technology Solutions and sponsored by Dell!

This Lunch & Learn is a local event taking place in Sioux City, IA on June 3rd.

E-Rate Funding: Get Your Fair Share

There were several changes with the new E-Rate version 2.0 in 2015, and with under 30 days until the E-Rate 2016 Filing Season, we want to make sure that you are applying for and getting your fair share of available funding.

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World's Largest Technology Distributor Selects Heartland Technology Solutions to Join Elite Group of IT Solution Providers

Trust X Alliance

Harlan, IA – May 18, 2015 – Heartland Technology Solutions (HTS) has been selected to join Ingram Micro's Trust X Alliance. Ingram Micro is the world's largest technology distribution corporation. This exclusive community is compiled of 350 technology providers who specialize in addressing the technology needs of both small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs), as well as midmarket organizations in the U.S. and Canada.

Looping a Slideshow in PowerPoint 2013

Sometimes you want to run a PowerPoint presentation on repeat – looping the slideshow so it can play in the background during an event, perhaps at a booth at a tradeshow. Is it possible to automatically loop a slideshow in PowerPoint? Yes! In PowerPoint 2013, it’s easy.

  1. Open your PowerPoint file.
  2. First, make sure your slides are set to advance automatically.
  3. Go to the Transitions tab on the Ribbon.
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