Why Schools Need Cybersecurity

According to PwC, nearly 80% of organizations today will encounter a cyberattack at least once. When hearing this statistic,  most would picture retail stores, offices, or big corporations, but what we should really be picturing are schools. Cybersecurity in schools is becoming increasingly important, and making this a school’s high priority is in the best […]

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Our Kids Online: Building & Protecting Their Digital Footprints

Every parent worries about their child online, and with good reason. With an excess of security and data breaches lately, it’s clear that many adults do not how to properly and/or safely use the Internet. How can we expect our kids, who have so much to learn and much more growing and developing to do, […]

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Online Classes Aren’t As Bad As You Think

A recent survey found that students who have not taken an online course are increasingly interested in the opportunity to do so. These students cited a desire to have more control over their learning and believing that they will get more support from an online teacher. Those surveyed felt that math and foreign language were their top […]

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Educational Videos Bring Learning Home

When you think educational videos you’re probably thinking something like this: In reality, when you hear educational videos, you should be thinking of this: Students are turning more and more to educational videos online as a way to interact with their course materials at home. Whether it’s a teacher’s recordings of lecture, a student’s taping from a cell phone of […]

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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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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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Your Three Options In Cloud Security

Clouds are so incredibly useful, so why are companies shying away from cloud services? Number one reason: security. We tend to not trust what we don’t fully understand, and since cloud services is a complicated concept to wrap your mind around, it may be tough to fully trust. This month, we hope to ease the […]

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Remote Working: The Way of the Future

In 2013, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer decided to no longer allow Yahoo! employees to work remotely. The company was sent this message: When news broke out of this, many people–including employees–took to the Internet to share their two cents about this decision. One of these opinion-sharers was Jason Fried, Co-Founder of 37 Signals. Web magazine […]

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