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The Microsoft TechSpark program will support AARP Wyoming’s Senior High Tech program through a $5,000 donation to foster the program’s expansion in Wyoming.
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In an age where technology like computers and smartphones are used for just about everything, cybercriminals are getting good at targeting vulnerable populations and gaining access to confidential information. It's important for you to learn how to avoid scams and take other steps in order to protect your privacy, and the privacy of your employees, clients, and loved ones.
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You get a call from someone who says they’re from the IRS, and you owe back taxes. But do you?  A pop-up on your computer warns your machine is infected and you need immediate technical support.  Should you be worried?  You get a call: “Grandma, I need money for bail.” But is it really your grandchild? 
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By Jill Gambon
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Ever wish you could communicate better with e-mail or Skype? Have you wondered about online safety and cloud computing? AARP and the Microsoft Store are teaming up to provide FREE classes that will help you bridge the digital divide. Classes will be held at the Microsoft Store in Oak Park Mall.
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Get a peek behind the scenes of the cyberwar against fraud on a tour of the state of the art Microsoft Cybercrime Center in Redmond.
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AARP Colorado and Microsoft are pleased to offer free Microsoft classes for AARP members.  The classes will be offered at the Microsoft store at the Park Meadows Mall location only.
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