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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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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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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What to Ask IT Before Choosing BYOD

BYOD (bring your own device) is great. There is something great about having access to your work information anywhere you are. If a coworker calls you while you’re out with questions, all of your emails and files can be right at your fingertips. Especially if you’re in a position where you are out of the […]

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What is IoT?

If you’re looking into any tech-related news or articles lately, you’ll recognize the acronym “IoT.” Just about everything is somehow related to IoT or mentioning IoT or hey, maybe they’re just throwing in “IoT” to seem relevant. After a solid two months of scanning article after article and title after title referencing IoT, I had […]

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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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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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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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