The Future of Video Conferencing

As August comes to a close and fall creeps in, many changes occur around us. Children go to school, students go back to college, and recent grads find their first full-time positions. With your family moving in opposite directions, how can you connect with them all? Video conferencing. Video conferencing sounds very business-like, but it […]

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Is Someone Else Using Your Computer?

Living with another person–be that a roommate, significant other, child, or someone else–challenges you in more ways than one. One of those ways may be the use of your computer. Perhaps you don’t want your roommate stealing your study guides or you’ve grounded your son or daughter for misbehavior. Either way, someone’s accessing your device […]

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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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Surveillance Shifts in Senior Living

From the time you were born and couldn’t even hold up your head on your own, your parents were there. They held you as you cried, fed you when you were hungry, provided you with shelter and clothing, taught you how to survive, and nurtured you. As we age, though, our parents age, too. Often […]

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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 Education: Improving Lives or Inhibiting Growth?

Technology in education has been a highly-debated topic. As schools add technology into their curriculum, there are those that praise the adjustment and those that believe it is not conducive to the learning environment. Time and time again, we’ve been told that too much technology is bad for a child’s development and social growth. If […]

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Tech Gifts for Every Dad

Fathers play a large role in a person’s life. They teach us to ride our bikes, tie our shoes, and how to drive. They stand by us in difficult times, drying our tears and telling us to trust that everything will be alright. They cheer with us in our times of triumph, proud of the […]

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