Relax with Technology

Technology keeps you from being able to fully relax, or so they say. While the research may suggest that, there are gadgets and apps that can actually help instead of hurt. At Heart, we believe you can relax with technology. Here, we’ve chosen some cool finds that you may not know about. Give them a […]

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FORE! Heart Technologies Supports Limestone Football

On Saturday, August 8th, Heart Technologies attended Limestone Community High School’s golf outing to support their football program. Jim Bainter, the Limestone Board of Education Secretary and Telecom Manager at Heart Technologies, and Christine Bare-Kemper, Heart Technologies’ Director of Business Development, enjoyed a round of golf at Coyote Creek Golf Course in Bartonville. Afterwards, guests […]

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App Review: Evernote

  If you know one business app, then it is probably Evernote. Evernote is a digital note-taking and organization app created with the premise that this one app will allow you to never forget anything ever again. Instead of exercising your brain and trying to expand it, Evernote assists you in tracking everything from daily thoughts to […]

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Lifting the Fog on Cloud Services

The cloud is a trending topic in technology. Everywhere you go, you’re hearing about the cloud, saving things to the cloud, backing up to the cloud. Have you ever stopped to think, what is the cloud? Explaining what the cloud is can get very complex very quickly. The overall concept, however, is quite simple. Think […]

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Best Business Apps

Who says apps can’t help you get work done? With technology as our focus, Heart knows that apps can be used to increase productivity, open communication pathways, and get things done in the working world. There are so many business apps out there, and we’ve tried the majority of them. Here, we’ve compiled just a […]

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Voicemail: To Save or Not to Save

Lately, I’ve been coming across a lot of debate about telecommunications, and more specifically, voicemail. First, there was this article from Information Age. In the end, Ben Rossi says that voicemail is no longer a necessity in the business world. Being that I work for a business technology company, this sparked my interest. I have […]

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Apple Makes You the Apple of Marketers’ Eyes: How Apple Ads Can Be a Security Threat

On Thursday, it was announced that Apple has a patent application filed that would allow iAd, Apple’s advertising branch, to target advertisements to you based on your credit card limits and projected income. In short, if Apple does not believe you could pay for the item, Apple ads won’t show it to you. The wording used […]

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How Technology in Summer is Worse Than Not Getting a Rose, and How to Fix It

If you’re anything like us, you love your technology. It’s what keeps us running, in touch with our family and friends, and connects us to the (virtual) world around us. If you’re anything like us, though, you probably also love this summer weather. After work, on your lunch break, or on your day off, you could find us […]

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Remote Networking the Right Way

  As a remote worker, it can be hard to build and expand your professional network. A good portion of your working time is spent on a computer in different places, or maybe one central location, and perhaps not interacting face-to-face with others as often as necessary to create a solid network. Creating and upholding […]

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