Everyone has Wi-Fi. We all expect to see it wherever we go, and most of us have more than one Wi-Fi-enabled device. Grocery stores, fast food restaurants – even your mechanic has Wi-Fi. But does that mean you REALLY need it in your school? Isn’t it less secure than wired?
Businesses often have a love/hate relationship with Apple computers. While Mac advocates are adamant about using their favorite machines, Apple business computer support is often sketchy at best. The majority of businesses utilize Windows PCs, making it tough for business technology departments to stay up-to-speed on both Windows and Apple operating systems.
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Snapchat is a form of now commonly used social media more recent than Facebook, Myspace, or Twitter. It’s unique in that it allows users to create pictures or messages that are only available for a short period of time before they become inaccessible to viewers. This is considered a convenient self-cleaning of media in addition to its other features. Just like Facebook timelines and Twitter feeds, users are allowed to create original “Stories” as 24-hour feeds of content presented chronologically through the app.