Technology is constantly evolving. Whenever new technology or devices come along, the first to market with new products takes a risk on whether consumers will like, use and want to adopt this new technology.
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In the digital age, we spend more and more of our time each day working on a computer, whether it’s sending emails, working on documents, or even just networking on LinkedIn or Facebook. But unfortunately, while this means we can get a lot done, it also means spending a lot of time at our desks looking at screens, which our bodies were not designed to do. So it’s no wonder that some people are experiencing negative effects on their overall health.
Microsoft recently released the Surface Pro 4, building on its successful Surface Pro 3 edition. The Surface Pro 3, marketed as the tablet that could replace your laptop, was already a great product. It had the brain of a PC processor in the body of a mobile tablet.
Are you an iPhone, iPad or Android user, looking for a way to access your email, calendar, contacts and files without having to toggle between different apps? If you’re in search of an app that gives you the same functionality you have with your desktop Outlook application, then the Outlook app from Microsoft is the app you need.
One of the biggest security threats that people may not be aware of is found right in your pocket. You carry it around with you every day. Wondering what it is?
It’s your cell phone.
Mobile devices are becoming more and more ubiquitous for most people in their business and personal lives. In fact, leaving your cell phone behind can cause many people to feel positively untethered, yet cell phones and mobile devices can also create a big security risk for your business if you’re not aware of how to maintain their security.
Sore neck, achy back, locked shoulders – if you spend a lot of time working on computers or mobile devices, these are just a few of the ways that bad ergonomics could be taking a toll on your health and happiness.
Fortunately, there are ways to alleviate the discomfort. We’ll provide you a few tips and ideas to help make your work and life more comfortable.