4 Tips for Tech this Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for holiday gifts! From virtual reality to the latest and greatest smartphones, there’s a lot to keep in mind this year, especially when looking for the ultimate tech-y gift for tech-obsessed loved ones. In order to help prepare you for the onslaught of gadgets and gizmos, our very own director of technology […]

First down: Technology and the Super Bowl

In 1967, two football teams competed in the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The event included 30 minutes of pre-game programming and one marching band at halftime, and it was broadcast on two stations. It was the first Super Bowl ever, and it was a long way from the game that millions of Americans will watch [...]
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Face Off as a Tech All-Star

In one week, the city will swell with fans as the excitement of the NHL All-Star Weekend kicks off in Nashville. Not only has our city been given the honor to host the event, it’s exciting to see that three Predators, Shea Weber, Roman Josi and Pekka Rinne, were also selected for the All-Star festivities. [...]

The Ultimate Techie Gift Guide

We all know someone who is tethered to a smartphone. Technology is ubiquitous and always improving, which can make gifting the latest and greatest gadgets seem like a futile endeavor. But don’t despair! This holiday season, the most innovative technology ranges from home security software to the newest toy droid on the market. Here are […]

Chat Apps In the Workplace: Collaboration or Chaos?

Ever since the days of Internet Relay Chat (IRC), information technology enthusiasts have been using chat apps as a means of external communication. Being in the same “room” with others interested in some esoteric topic was addictive. It was incredibly cool to discover and create new IRC channels devoted to whatever subject crossed one’s mind [...]

4 Steps to Avoid an IT Nightmare

As a business owner, you likely depend on your IT employees to manage technology issues within your organization — but what would happen if these people suddenly left your company? Do you have the knowledge to keep IT operations running smoothly? If you’re anything like the average small business owner, the answer is probably “no.” So, […]

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Heard of Spear Phishing? Hackers Hope You Haven’t

Cyber crime is a lucrative business. According to a report by The Guardian, cyber attacks cost the U.S. economy roughly $100 billion each year. That’s right, $100 billion, with a “B.” These attacks aren’t just on big-name brands like Target, JP Morgan Chase and Sony, either. Small businesses are just as vulnerable to this kind of […]

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