Keeping Resolutions With Technology

In our last post, we discussed how to make resolutions you can keep. In this post, we’re going to show you how you can use technology as a tool to help improve your chances of achieving success with your new year’s resolutions. For almost any resolution, making lists is key. To keep track of your […]

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Kids and Coding: Why Learn?

If you hear anything about kids and technology, there’s a good chance it involves coding. There are tons of computer games designed for preschoolers, grade school kids, teens, and everything in between to help them learn how to code. These games have even come to include favorite cartoon characters, like Anna and Elsa from “Frozen” […]

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Automation: Victory Through Video Surveillance

Video surveillance has been around for decades. The footage collected from cameras have become evidence in numerous court cases, have been the smoking gun for prosecutors to make arrests, have saved accused citizens from being charged with crimes they did not commit, and have brought to light what exactly occurred in a non-biased format. According […]

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How Technology Benefits Nonprofits

Nonprofits face many challenges. One of these is finances. These organizations have been created to fulfill some goal, meaning most funds should go to that mission, but it is still a business with those associated costs. That in mind, there isn’t a huge budget for non-necessities, like the newest technologies, or aspects with flexible budgets, […]

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Thankful for Technology: Encouraging Progress

An essential part of a happy existence is recognizing the good around you. While we celebrate all that we have to be thankful for this month, we first look at the reason our company exists: technology. There are so many amazing features of technology that we take for granted each and every day, and it’s […]

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Thankful for Technology: Keep Us Connected

An essential part of a happy existence is recognizing the good around you. While we celebrate all that we have to be thankful for this month, we first look at the reason our company exists: technology. There are so many amazing features of technology that we take for granted each and every day, and it’s […]

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Cut Your Information Overload Down

Today is Information Overload Day, and it wasn’t until I checked out this eye-opening CNN article that I realized how inundated with digital information we truly are. The most shocking fact to me was that computer workers on average receive 93 emails a day. Now, let’s take this one step further. As of 2013, 39% of […]

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Two Steps to a Clean Desktop

October 19th is Destop Organization Day, a day devoted to creating order on your computer desktop screen. Think of it as spring cleaning for your computer! You may be feeling overwhelmed at how to go about starting the organization process, especially if your desktop looks like this: With a few simple changes and about fifteen […]

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Mac vs. PC: What’s the Difference?

There are Mac people. There are PC people. There are people who have no clue. To begin showing you the similarities and differences between the two, we must establish some things. “Mac” is referring to Apple and operating systems. “PC,” which stands for “personal computer,” will be referring to Windows operating systems. Because of PC’s definition, […]

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Managing BYOD in Schools

BYOD, or bring your own device, is a common practice in offices. This trend is now popping up in schools as well. BYOD means that students bring their own devices (laptops, smartphones, or tablets) and access the Internet or school network by the school’s WiFi connection. Schools can require specifications–such as RAM, software, and hardware–for […]

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