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Improving Your Team Through Technology: Tech for Businesses

Welcome to my blog. My name is Helen. During the 10 years I have worked in offices, I have seen my bosses approach technology from a range of angles. In some cases, they optimised their team's relationship with technology, and as a result, there was less downtime, more creativity and a better overall use of tech. In other cases, the employers missed the mark a bit, and the business suffered. For example, they failed to train employees how to use certain aspects of technology. In this blog, I am going to explain positive and useful business approaches to technology. I want to write about training, optimising and understanding its role in your business. I may write some posts for individuals as well. I hope you like my blogs, and thanks for reading!

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Improving Your Team Through Technology: Tech for Businesses

    Understanding Dry Fire Detection System Installation

    Dry fire detection system installation, just as the name suggests, includes electrical and computerised devices installed in a building or structure to help detect smoke or fire and then give a warning through sound or lighting. They can also be programmed to automatically power firefighting measures that are waterless. Dry fire detection system installation can also include the installation and manual use of portable carbon dioxide fire extinguishers and blankets.

    What Are the Benefits of Knowing the Future?

    With a simple phone call to a medium, you could know what the future holds in store for you. Of course, depending on the nature of the psychic reading, you could end up with a very detailed understanding of your long-term future or, in some cases, a bit more of an idea about the immediate events in your life. Some readings are very in-depth, and others offer more of a panoramic view of the future.

    How to Tell When Your Computer Is Low on RAM

    RAM refers to random-access memory. It comes as a small physical component of your personal computer. Its purpose is to store data over a temporary period, making it the working memory of your computer that enables you to manoeuvre and carry out tasks hastily. When a computer has enough RAM, it means that there is enough space to store information temporarily so that you can access it within the shortest possible period.

    How To Ensure Your House And Small Business Are Safe

    Although crime is slowly becoming less prevalent in Australia, there is no denying that it remains a problem and burglary and theft is still a real concern for many families and small business owners. While it can be too expensive to try and keep up with all the latest gadgets that promise to keep your property safer than ever before it is important that you have at least a basic level of home security that will deter potential criminals from your home and business.

    When to Consider Structured Cabling at Home

    Although structured cabling via Ethernet flood wiring is common in many offices, it is still not the norm in domestic situations. This is because most homeowners will opt for a straightforward Wi-Fi set up at home with their router providing access to the internet via their telephone line. All of the devices in use at home share access to the internet and to one another via this single device which transmits and receives data wirelessly.

    Tips for Getting the Best Signal from Your TV

    With the rise of the digital age and digital television packages, TV service has become noticeable more expensive. A great way to save on costs is to obtain TV antenna installation in order to cut down on costly digital TV prices. A TV antenna will enable you to gain access to channels that are free to air. However, proper reception of these channels will depend on the placement of your antenna.

    5 Myths About Wired Connections and the Truth Behind Them

    Wired connections over faster download speeds than wireless connections, and they are more secure in most cases. In spite of these advantages, some companies still opt for a wireless connection. That works in some cases, but before you go that direction, you may want to make sure you have all the facts. Here's a look at some common myths about wired connections and the truth behind them.  1. Myth: You Can't Have WiFi and Wired Connections

    Three Retro Items That Every Student Flat Needs

    Whether you're living with roommates or have your very own student flat, now is the perfect time to enjoy a blast from the past with some fun retro pieces. You'll add a nice bit of character to your flat, and old-fashioned items are often cheaper than their modern counterparts. Forget listening to music through a tinny Bluetooth speak attached to your phone, and enjoy the full-bodied sound of a record player instead.