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Make Remote Work From Home Happen Quickly

How well does your home network handle the stress of multiple devices and multiple family members all trying to stream high definition videos, participate in video conferencing, and play online games with friends simultaneously?

With an increasing number of businesses and schools worldwide moving to remote workplace and homeschooling situations due to the existing global pandemic, the urgent need to improve home network speeds and capabilities for things such as video conferencing with Microsoft Teams has become paramount. Having the right network hardware can help maximize the existing capabilities of your connected devices and subscribed services. If you find your existing setup is insufficient for the new load being placed upon it, consider upgrading your hardware to match!

Make Remote Work Happen Quickly with Microsoft Teams

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the CDC is recommending social distancing and encouraging people to work from home if possible. This of course is with the hope of flattening the infection curve and giving hospitals, health providers, and government agencies a chance to keep up and reduce overall fatalities. Last Wednesday, Microsoft asked 50,000 Seattle-area employees to stay home and use Microsoft Teams...

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Microsoft's New Chromium-Based Edge Browser Launches

Microsoft had teased back in November that it's newly rebuilt Microsoft Edge browser would release in January. Now, the Chromium-based browser is available for both Windows and Mac users alike. Anyone looking to install the new version can simply head over to the Microsoft Edge site and download it for free.
How Does Chromium Edge Perform?

As a major Gold-certified partner to Microsoft we test things pretty heavily prior to rollout and over the last few months - I can say I'm happy with how this browser performs. Dynamics 365 pages load quickly as do all of the other Microsoft services I frequently use such as SharePoint, Stream, and PowerBI. The same is true of most personal sites I visit from banking to news. Not surprisingly, pages load just as quickly as they do in Chrome.

 

DXNotifi Creates a Better Platform to Engage Audiences

The human brain processes visuals 60,000 times faster than text – and it takes just 13 milliseconds to see an image. Digital signage is an ideal way to drive communication and create sales opportunities.
Companies across the world are employing it in their offices, stores, and branch locations – and encountering challenges along the way. How do I update dozens, or even thousands of locations simultaneously? How do I track my campaigns? How much expensive architecture will I need to manage the service? DXNotifi has come up with the answer.

iBank

Apple is diving into the world of personal finance (in due time) as it has been developing a person to person payment service which will operate under the label of Apple Pay.  This is coming under much speculation as Apple has applied for a patent for their person-to-person payment system which is speculated to be secured by Touch ID.   This brings up an interesting thought of Apple starting a bank.  Although this maybe a far off thought for many Apple users, this push for market share has started the conversation.  With Apples application for a personal transfer system, organizations like PayPal may begin to feel the heat of completion.  

The Coolest Smartphone Accessory

The holiday shopping season is right around the corner and I wanted to share some products I believe that many people would find either beneficial for themselves or just an awesome gift for others.  Today I wanted to share Luckies of London Smart Phone Projector.  A portable projector that allows you to turn your smart phone into a projector at around eight-times magnification.  This projector is compatible is iPhone along with Android based smartphones and goes for $26.95 through brickbox.com.  So if someone on your list is getting a smartphone for the holidays be sure to through in an accessory or two.  

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