Automation: Remote Access Simplicity

IoT is blowing up so much because it integrates all of your gadgets and gizmos via Internet connection. Now, you can do so many basic tasks from remote locations, from drawing the blinds to turning on lights to recording a television program. With the tap of a screen, the world gets simpler, thanks to a […]

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Tech Gift Guide 2015

With the year coming to an end, this is a popular time to give gifts to friends, family, and colleagues as a token of appreciation and camaraderie or love. However, these people can also be an absolute nightmare to shop for. Whether it be they already have everything they could ever need or they’re just […]

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Can Social Media HELP Transportation?

DISCLAIMER: Heart Technologies does not support nor promote the use of mobile devices while operating motorized vehicles. Use of your phone, unless doing so with hands-free capabilities, is illegal and dangerous. Practice safe driving, and never text, browse social media, or use your phone while driving. For more information, click here. If you’ve driven in […]

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Cyber Monday Security Tips

Now that Thanksgiving has passed, the holiday season is officially in full swing! Whether you have a religious holiday coming up or just want in on some bargains, odds are, you’ll be looking at the Cyber Monday sales. This year is a bit different than previous years, though, and that’s because of the insane amounts of […]

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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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Why You Want Two-Factor Authentication

If you have been recently following the cybersecurity trend on news sources and tech websites, you likely have heard the phrase “two-factor authentication.” This method of double-checking your identity before granting access to an account or webpage is becoming more and more commonly used in the cyber community. According to TechTarget, two-factor authentication is ” security […]

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How a VPN Can Increase Your Cybersecurity

A Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a method often used by corporations to “add security and privacy to private and public networks, like WiFi Hotspots and the Internet.” To easily explain this idea, check out the video below: NOTE: Heart Technologies does not endorse or promote the usage of SumRando company, but is simply using […]

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What are Cookies?

Have you ever searched for something, then clicked to a different website to see advertisements for your searched item on that webpage? It’s no coincidence. It’s because of your cookies, and in this post, we’re going to explore what they are, how they are used, and why you need to be aware. According to WhatAreCookies.com, […]

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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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IT Goes Mobile: Top Apps for IT Staff

There’s an app for that. Remember those commercials? That campaign was launched in early 2009, and while Apple (and everyone else) is so over that phrase, it still rings true. Now, IT staff and administrators can take their work with them thanks to mobile apps. We’ve compiled a few awesome apps just for your IT […]

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