There is a large divide spanning across modern societies. Some people are able to easily pick up on new technology, finding it a simple task to master the devices they use each day. Others, though, find this sort of work extremely difficult. Not only are the machines of the modern world complicated, but they are also very daunting, and this leaves a huge portion of the population unable to get to grips with them. What exactly makes digital devices so hard for some people to use, though? To help you to help others, this post will be showing you what makes tech such a touchy field, giving you the information you need to work with those who struggle in this area.
Downtime is the last thing that you want to be dealing with as a business. All that comes from it is stress, stress, and a sprinkle more of stress. So, what do you think you can do to say goodbye to downtime. Because surely you are experiencing a little bit of it at the minute, or you just wouldn't be reading this article. It can have such a snowball effect if your business is always going through periods of downtime, and that snowball is going to head right to your finances. But we don’t want to let it get that far. We want you to be able to say goodbye to downtime altogether so that your business is always on the up, rather than struggling financially.The few tips that we’ve got below should point you in the right direction, and hopefully you won’t find yourself struggling over dowtime again!
Nobody said that running a business was easy. There are so many things that you have to think about at all times, and this can be extremely overwhelming, and yet you have no choice but to ride through it if you want to become a success and make money.
One tip that you should always keep in mind, is trying to be one step ahead and prepare yourself for disasters. Now of course, you can’t see into the future and catch every issue before it happens, but being a lot more prepared will certainly help you if and when the time comes.
For the meantime, here are some examples of where you can avoid the most common business meltdowns. - You're welcome.
If you want to shake things up a little in your life, there are many things you can look at. One which more and more people are doing these days is looking to how to make sure that they are being as green as possible. And when it comes to that, you might want to look at a range of factors in your life which you have some control over, even if it is only limited control. One thing you should be able to change fairly easily which is likely to make a difference is how you get to work. If you currently drive, you will find that there are many other ways to get to work, in almost all circumstances, so let’s take a look at what kinds of options might be available to you. Chances are, at least one of these apply to you and suit you.
Verizon’s new 5G Experience Lab is officially open to the public in Downtown Los Angeles through Sunday, 12/9. The new Lab is located at 846 S. Los Angeles St and is open from 12pm to 8pm. The 5G Experience Lab introduced to the public first-to-market 5G technology using real future-use cases, including four impressive demonstrations that range from a stronger and faster home technology to a 4-dimensional cinematic trip to the moon.
As the new year approaches, we all start to look forward to what advances to expect in the new year with regard to tech trends.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at some of the hottest topics and anticipated trends in 2019, just one year away from the next decade which many strategists believe will herald a whole new wave of technological advances and societal shifts, as this is the milestone many organisations and governments have been working toward for the past few years.
On November 28, General Motors announced their new Maven Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing program. Maven is a car sharing app that allows users to rent a car hourly or daily. It also allows users to list their car for rent and earn money. Unlike other car sharing services like Zipcar, there is no annual fee.
Some of you will argue that technology is the reason we have so many problems. Both with business, and with our personal lives, technology is the route of all evil as it were. But it’s not just the negatives that we need to be thinking of. Because yes, technology has created some of the problems that our ancestors wouldn’t have had to deal with, but it has also created solutions to some of the biggest problems that we might not have been able to deal with. But when it comes to business, the last thing that we should be focusing our energy on is the problems we’re having, because they just shouldn’t be there at all. Instead, we need to talk about how technology can help the biggest of your problems, and why you should try and implement some of these solutions today!
Someone like Warren Buffett will tell you that staying calm and in it for the long term as an investor is what counts the most. Making investments that go long is what makes you rich and successful not changing around and getting cold feet. This is absolutely true but that requires a certain kind of investor. For instance you need to have a large bankroll, as making investments that are long-term are almost always going to be large. But what if you’re a small business owner that simply wants to spread your money around and therefore make sure you have a safety net or two to fall back on when and or if things go wrong? What if you’re just a private investor that is entering into this field for the very first time? What if you’re someone that isn’t interested in getting to deep into the financial world and just want their money to grow somehow? Then you have to be flexible, you have to keep up with small moves and even make short-term risks. Overall you’ll be more active but you’ll have more control over your investment since it isn’t large and it might just be only for the short term.
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We live in an ever moving world where we're always on the go with a rare break.
Weâre always stressed out. Weâve always got a huge to-do list, and we very rarely get a chance to take a break.
When I was in the military there was this phrase we used called "Hurry Up and Wait." That same thing applies to adulting. We are fighting traffic, rushing and more often than not, we find ourselves waiting hen we reach our appointments.
We sit on trains waiting to reach our destinations. We wait for other people, and we wait for meetings to start. We wait for the oven to ping, and we wait for the washing to finish.
This waiting can be quite stressful. It can also make you feel somewhat guilty. When youâve got so much going on, being forced to wait can be awful. Sometimes, itâs worse when you are only waiting for a short time. Long enough to log on for a quick game on Bitcasino but not long enough to get work done or do anything significant. Sometimes, the best way to pass the time and take your mind off everything else is with a game, and now that most of us have a smartphone, easy, addictive games are very easy to find.
When you start a business, it becomes your baby. As you would with a child, you’ll want the best for it every step of the way. You would do anything to ensure your business baby reaches its full potential.
Heck, you’ve busted your backside to get it this far. Sadly, you’ve hit upon an obstacle you can’t see yourself overcoming anytime soon.
There’s no way to grow your business further unless you take it online. But, you haven’t got the foggiest idea about how to do that. You and computers simply don’t mix. You’ve let your baby down. You may as well walk away and hang your head in shame, mightn’t you?
We don’t think so. Do you think parents relinquish responsibility the moment their child comes to them with difficult math homework? Of course not. They do whatever they can to help. And, you should do the same for your business. Instead of walking away the moment the need for a website comes up, take the following steps to create one.
Ok, it may not seem like the most interesting topic in the world, but with all of the news reports about how major companies like Amazon took a hacker hit just days before their annual Black Friday shenanigans, we felt the need to touch again on the most important things you need to know when it comes to protecting your online data.
Technology has always moved at a blistering pace and so it is with consumer technology. It seems as though we've just barely gotten our hands on the latest and greatest piece of life changing tech when it is rendered obsolete by a rival product or a new iteration of the product you've just bought. It can be very tempting to assume that our outmoded tech has been rendered obsolete, worthless, junk and fit only for recycling (whatever you do don't throw old tech in the trash, the consequences for the environment are dire). Besides which, that old tech gathering dust in your attic or sitting in storage boxes in your parents' basement could well be worth more than you might expect.
Editors note: Sasha Talks Tech is excited to welcome ABC Whodunnit? Alum Melina Alves as a regular contributor to this site. Read more about Melina below!
The van movement is having a moment. Major life decisions are being made. Savings accounts created. Jobs quit. Furniture sold. Leases cancelled. Vacation days depleted. People are opting to live in their vehicles and set off on a cross country excursion....for pleasure. Something exciting is waiting out there for you and an old VW van or Chevy might be your key to finding it.
It's time to buckle up and enjoy the open road!
There are a lot of benefits to working remotely, and technology has made remote work accessible to more people than ever. Parents can be more flexible to spend time with their children, travelers can go jet-setting while maintaining an income, and skipping time-consuming commutes and office politics.
One of the main challenges of working remotely is staying productive. Here are some helpful tips for remote workers looking to increase their productivity.
Tis the season for ugly sweaters, egg nog, and epic holiday parties.
Dubbed the December Bender by some, the first few weeks of the twelfth month of the year are often jam-packed with invites of formals, charity events and all of the epic-ness the season of giving has to offer.
Organizing a holiday event?
Looking to make your mark with your holiday soiree?
Here are the top tech tools to help make your event awesome!
From health care to location independent work, one of our favorite parts of chronicling today's digital age is looking back at how technology has enhanced and disrupted nearly every industry imaginable.
Technology has also transformed the recruitment sector over the years; an interesting subject as it’s a sector that seems to be the focus of many tech start-ups and therefore likely to continue to evolve in the coming years.
There have been a lot of jokes going around the internet over the last couple of years regarding Netflix's seemingly endless hunger for new shows to add to their platform.
Whether it is something they create themselves or media which already exists, Amazon and Netflix have been adding vast amounts of content to their platforms in this time, giving their customers access to a range which simply can't be found elsewhere.
Of course, though, how exactly does a company like this come into possession of a show or an idea which belongs to someone else? To answer this question, this post will be exploring what goes into this sort of work.
REME the go-to app for health and wellness at your home or office - delivering massage, stretch and hydration has officially launched.
With a mission of helping you to feel your best, whenever and wherever you are, we are excited to on #Wellness Wednesday introduce you to this mindful health and wellness community.
It’s fair to say that the majority of people didn’t predict how the modern internet would work. In the early days, back in the 1990s, internet service providers built out the physical network that would carry the data, and then individual website owners bought their servers to process the traffic.
Almost everything was free, and advertising was unobtrusive and comparatively rare.
But as the internet developed, a new model began to emerge: yes, the internet would continue to be free (at least in monetary terms), but those using it would have to pay the price somehow.
Most users of the internet still have the old payment paradigm in their heads - internet service providers get money to provide, well, services on the internet. But in truth, that model has been dead for a long time. Users now hand over their money to ISPs, and data to FAANG companies in return for the services they get.
I just upgraded the iPhone XS and when I learned about this Liquid Pro Glass Screen Protector from CellHelmet, I knew I needed it in my life and that's how this item became # 1 on our PRACTICAL holiday gift guide...gifts your friends and fam will ACTUALLY use.
Read on to learn more about this indie product which got its start on the popular show Shark Tank!
The days get shorter, the nights get longer, and the blazing heat from the sun is nothing more than a fond summer memory. That’s right; winter is coming! Some people deal with these cold winter months better than others, and some even prefer it to summer.
There’s a lot that goes on during this period of the year so it can be pretty tough to handle the sheer excitement of the festive season combined with the cold weather.
Luckily, as with most things these days, some apps make your life that little bit easier! Check out this guide to the top apps to help you get through winter this year:
Halloween is over so it's time for the season of giving, no?
My New Year's Resolutions in 2018 were simple, yet challenging: practice self care and getting organized.
I now have an AMAZING team that helps Sasha Talks Tech, Perks of Ambition and all of our projects running smoothly...but I digress.
Tis the season for Sasha Talks Tech to offer our picks of the hottest, most practical gifts you could give this holiday season.
These are the types of gifts that your friend, co-worker and/or loved one will not just appreciate, they'll actually USE.
Read on for a sneak peek at some of the early goodies that have come including an invisible screen protector that makes your screen stronger on a molecular level.
Sasha Talks Tech Practical Holiday Guide
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