Month: February 2021

3 Important Tech Trends from the Consumer Electronics Show

  3 Important Tech Trends from the Consumer Electronics Show The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) went virtual this year and the companies at the show unveiled products focused on convenience and sustainability. Learn more about the cutting-edge technology products that make life easier at home while being environmentally friendly. Read More

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2021 February – This Month’s Tech Funny

This Month’s Tech Funny As always, our goal is help you leverage technology for the growth of your business. So if you see yourself not laughing as much about technology, give our team a call – we can help. Contact Us

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Take Your Lunch Break!

Ruchika Tulshyan, Harvard Business Review Take Your Lunch Break! Working remotely has led to longer workdays and more emails and meetings. While skipping breaks can be hard to avoid, taking a real lunch break is linked to job productivity and satisfaction. Read more about how you can prioritize lunch and be happier in your job!

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Don’t Click on These 5 Dangerous Email Attachments

Barry Collins, Forbes Don’t Click on These 5 Dangerous Email Attachments Is your inbox filled with fake emails and dangerous attachments? Email is a common way of spreading malware and scammers are using the pandemic to increase the spread. Learn more about how to spot dangerous email attachments and five different file types to be

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Is Working from Home Here to Stay?

Nickie Rowley, Entrepreneur Is Working from Home Here to Stay? While many companies have had employees working from home for months,  we are quickly learning there is a down side to the digital workplace both functionally and culturally. Learn more about how a hybrid model could emerge as the future ideal. Read More

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2021 February – This Month’s Video Picks

Virtual Tour Picks from our Staff Dancing Robots Robots dancing to the 1962 hit “Do You Love Me?” by The Contours, was an instant hit View It Now Interactive Postcards Aircards created an engaging Augmented Reality experience that was embedded into a flyer View It Now Don’t Pop that Bubble Bubble microrobots are the future

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