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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Technology Influencing the Classroom Layout

Technology is becoming more and more of an essential in the educational environment. The traditional classroom layout was created to best suit that style of teaching and learning. Now that our educating methods are changing and technology’s importance is increasing, the classroom layout needs to alter to accommodate these changes and improve the learning environment […]

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Technology in the Classroom

As our world shifts to a digital platform, our education systems must follow. The days of textbooks and paper handouts as our only learning tools are long gone. Now, there are digital textbooks, videos, online games, PowerPoint presentations, and so many other ways for students to use the Internet and technology to learn. Technology in […]

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What Is Good Screen Time?

Most people think that screen time is bad for children. While there are valid arguments to support this, it is not necessarily true. Technology is created to enhance all of our lives, including kids. Technology presents us with the opportunity to interact with our kids and educate them. The key is to be using technology properly […]

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Technology in Education: Improving Lives or Inhibiting Growth?

Technology in education has been a highly-debated topic. As schools add technology into their curriculum, there are those that praise the adjustment and those that believe it is not conducive to the learning environment. Time and time again, we’ve been told that too much technology is bad for a child’s development and social growth. If […]

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Cloud Services In a Nutshell

Cloud services, from communication to data storage, is a great solution that can be customized to fit any size business. No matter what you use it for, cloud services provide you with the following: Quality service Rapid speed User-friendly experience, regardless of technical knowledge Ability to have as much or as little control of your service/maintenance […]

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Risks of Cloud Services

As with anything in life, cloud services come with its own risks. These risks may affect your company, and there is a chance none of these risks will ever hinder your business. Regardless, it is important to be aware of these possible threats in order to make the most informed decision. By knowing these risks […]

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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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