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3 IoT Protocols to Watch in 2020

June 1, 2020

As we roll into the next decade and IoT becomes commonplace in most organizations, requirements for connectivity will change. Over the last decade of Wi-Fi, we’ve seen a push for faster speeds (high throughput and very high throughput) and recently the ability for greater …




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Becoming Your Family’s IT Support

May 22, 2020

Have you gotten the call/email/text yet? You know, the one where your mom tells you the printer is making a weird noise. Normally you’d reassure your mom it’s probably a paper jam and you can fix it the next time you visit. But you …


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Avant-Garde vs. Current Tech

May 20, 2020

Let’s look at your phone for a second. Do you have the newest model? If not, you probably know someone who does or who’s waited in line overnight to get the newest release. Maybe you don’t need the newest phone. Maybe you got a …



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Unexpected Global Situations and Business Continuity

May 8, 2020

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 (or coronavirus) continue to rise globally, and health departments have done much to attempt to control the outbreak. To prevent transmission of the virus, there are restrictions in place, including travel, avoidance of mass gatherings, and remote working. Many events …


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Take Your Video Call Out of This World

May 8, 2020

You probably aren’t surprised to know as I write this, I’m wearing pajamas. You probably are, too. These days, nobody’s going to judge our choices when we’re just trying to get comfortable. From DIY crafts to baking your tenth loaf of banana bread, we …


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Work-From-Home Whiplash

May 4, 2020

Global pandemic is a helluva way to learn work from home. After 20+ years of working in an office, it’s been a far bigger change than I’d imagined. Especially if you’re accustomed to working in a highly collaborative role where quick teamwork keeps the …


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Surviving Through Chaos

May 1, 2020

We fell asleep in one world and woke up in another. I read somewhere that suddenly, Disney is out of magic, Paris is no longer romantic, New York doesn’t stand up anymore, China’s wall is no longer a fortress, and Mecca is empty. Hugs …