Heart Goes Golfing Fore the Girl Scouts

On Monday, September 19, Heart Technologies’ Heart Technologies joined the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois for their 3rd Annual Golf Fore Girls outing. The event took place at The Rail Golf Course in Springfield, Illinois. The event description states that this outing “help us give girls the chance to reach their highest potential and become […]

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Digital Subscriptions: The Netflix of News

It’s no secret that the rise in technology and Internet usage has resulted in a decline in newspaper readership. Since this correlation was discovered, newspapers have been searching for ways to stay relevant. The numbers don’t lie: print newspapers are becoming less and less desired: News has recently been shifting towards the direction that many […]

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HEART Has a BALL Supporting Easter Seals

Heart Technologies believes in supporting our community in as many ways as we can. For years, Heart has aided Easter Seals. For many employees, the mission of Easter Seals and services it provides have closely affected our lives.  For others, we enjoy the feeling of knowing what we are doing is helping make a positive […]

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Valentine’s Day Technology

As technology enthusiasts, we know that your devices can be used to make life easier, and in some cases, better. Why would Valentine’s Day be any exception? No! Here are some great ways that technology can help you so much this holiday, you’ll be singing this: Napoleon Dynamite. Perf. Jon Heder, Aaron Ruell. 20th Century Fox, […]

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How to Give Up Technology for Lent

Lent is upon us, and with that, many choose to give something up for the next forty days. In 2014, it was found that 33% of Americans were giving up technology during this time. However, this isn’t really possible for many people. They need computers at work, they need access to texting when communicating with close […]

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What You Need To Know About Malware

We fear malware. This software that is designed to harm or completely disable your systems can be harmful for anyone or any business. So if or when malware is detected, it may seem typical to run from malware. The reaction reminds me of this scene from “Monsters, Inc.” Source: Docter, P., & Silverman, D. (Writers). (2001). […]

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Defining Your Cloud Strategy

If you’re planning on implementing cloud services, having a defined strategy for cloud usage is imperative to ensuring your organization’s cybersecurity. Regardless of what type of cloud you are using, improper use of clouds can cause major issues for your career, for your clients, and your organization. Cybersecurity is not something people take lightly. With […]

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Microsoft Office in the Car Makes Work Inescapable

  Harman, the consumer electronics company that specializes in car technologies, is adding Microsoft Office Suite to new cars’ infotainment systems. This means that touchscreen in your dashboard that lets you call Mom hands-free and change the radio station will now allow you to make PowerPoint presentations at stoplights. It’s like having the convenience of […]

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Cloud Types: The Hybrid Cloud

The term “hybrid cloud” elicits a very distinct mood. To me, it sounds like some kind of crazy Transformer-like system that is the result of odd cross-breeding. To others, it reminds them of hybrid cars, giving off the feeling of green living. A hybrid cloud, though, is a connecting cloud system that serves as a […]

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Cloud Types: The Private Cloud

If you’ve been looking into cloud services recently, you know there are different types of clouds. The varying types of clouds can get confusing, leaving you lost and unsure what the right fit for your needs is. For your convenience, we’re comparing and contrasting different types of cloud solutions. Click here for part one on […]

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