Top Five Ways to Save Battery Life

Poor battery life ranks high on common complaint with iPhones, iPads, and iPods. This understandable issue raises concern for Apple users. What if the battery dies and your car breaks down? What if you get lost and can no longer access phone numbers or maps? This puts the reliant user in risk of dangerous circumstances. […]

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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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Should We Hang Up on the Idea of Office Phones?

Office phones have been on the decline since 2008. For many businesses, they believe that switching to communications systems that integrate your employees’ smartphones and other devices. Understandably so, really. According to Pew Research, about 64% of American adults own a smartphone. These phones offer so many features and capabilities that can keep your employees connected […]

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Working Remotely: Employees Tell All

All month long, we’ve been sharing with you how working remotely can change the way you do business. We’ve given you tips and ideas of how to make the move to remote working and provided our own thoughts on the process and how it affects our productivity. In prepping for this blog, I came across […]

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Simplify Your Life With Technology

This Sunday is Simplicity Day, a day when we are supposed to enjoy life’s little simplicities and disregard what complicates our lives, if only for a day. Sounds nice, right? This got us thinking: Why can’t every day be Simplicity Day? In the grand scheme of things, technology is constantly being created to advance us […]

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