How Much is Your Hacked Account Worth?

Scanning through my daily newsfeed, my eyes swept to a Sophos article titled “What your hacked account is worth on the Dark Web.” This concept weighs on my mind from time to time. Perhaps it’s come to your mind as well. We constantly hear about hackers breaking into accounts on this site or cyber criminals […]

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Top Mobile Trends of 2016

When it comes to technology, one of your first thoughts should be mobile. We are always on the go, and in 2015, 51% of all web connectivity happened on mobile devices. The numbers are only growing from here. When using mobile devices, messaging rules. Business Insider states that the top four messaging apps have close […]

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Great HEART Give Nominations Closed–Then What?

Great HEART Give nominations have come to a close. We would like to take a moment and say how appreciative we are for so many Great HEART Give nominations submitted. It is so exciting to see the positive feedback, and we have enjoyed learning more about the organizations in our community with each incoming submitted […]

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Does the Internet Need an Age Requirement?

Last month, The Verge posted an article about Europe’s talks of changing the age of Internet consent to 16, up three years from the current age of consent. In many ways, this shift can be seen as a good thing or a bad thing. On the one hand, this has the potential to protect youths […]

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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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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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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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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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Social Media 101

Educators are frequently trying to tie students’ interests and hobbies into their teaching techniques. When video games grew in popularity, so did educational video games. When the Internet became popular, the amount of educational websites increased. In the past ten years, social media sites have become an incredibly influential tool in communication, news reporting, and […]

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Best Business Apps

Who says apps can’t help you get work done? With technology as our focus, Heart knows that apps can be used to increase productivity, open communication pathways, and get things done in the working world. There are so many business apps out there, and we’ve tried the majority of them. Here, we’ve compiled just a […]

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