Social distancing brings a greater reliance on technology to communicate.
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In this new age of social distancing and Zoom calls, our technology plays a bigger part in our lives than ever before when it comes to communicating with friends and loved ones. Is your computer pokey or acting unexpectedly? We can provide a remote diagnostic to let you know where your computer is at in its lifecycle, get rid of unnecessary programs that may slow it down, and tweak your computer to be its very best.
Of course, we’re not just using computers, but also smartphones and iPads. We’ve got you covered there too! Our business license for TeamViewer can let us remotely support your iPhone, iPad, and many Android phones as well!
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Regular updates keep your system secure and functioning optimally.
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Whatever tense you use, updates are critical to keep your computer functioning at its best, not to mention security. Here is a typical list of updates that your technology may need:
Depending on your equipment, there may be other updates that you need. We can help you check all the boxes and make sure your tech is working at its best!
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North Carolina is deploying wi-fi equipped school buses to rural areas.
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How's the Internet holding up in the age of coronavirus?
While the Coronavirus has caused interruptions in many of the systems that civilization relies on, the internet has proven for the most part reliable during the pandemic. It’s worth thinking about how society has been able to communicate over the internet since the pandemic began, and how things would be different if availability to connect to the internet fluctuated as much as availability of toilet paper.
Not to say that there haven’t been issues. Many companies, due to stay at home orders, are changing operations by having people work from home, so we have seen quite a few glitches in cloud technology services, from Zoom to iTunes and beyond. However, general ability to use the internet for those who have access has remained strong. Click here to read more about the internet's reliability.
Of course, the crisis and reliance on video calls have focused a new light on just how vital the internet can be in providing needed services and even social connection. Unfortunately, it also spotlights the consequences for those rural or lower income folks who are unable to get internet access.
NC is deploying wifi-equipped school buses to get internet to more who need it, but the USA needs to do more so that everyone has access to what is being considered more than ever a utility, not a luxury.
Jensen Gelfond is the Owner Asheville Digital Lifestyle, helps people use their technology more effectively and joyfully.