You’re very likely familiar with the terms baby boomer (1946–1964), Gen X (1965–1976) and Gen Y (1977–1995) – with the latter more commonly known as millennials – but what happens when you group these generations together under one corporate roof in a world predominately ruled by technology?
For as long as we can remember, screen time has been widely regarded as a very bad thing. Nowadays, we acknowledge the necessity of technology in the modern world, yet we blame screen time for everything; from shortening attention spans to decreasing human connections. However, not all screen time is created equal.
Schools, for the most part, haven’t yet unlocked technology’s potential for transformation. Teachers are using technology to substitute traditional learning tools and methods. While this is a start, to truly transform the education system, technology needs to augment, modify and ultimately redefine the learning process.
Business owners and decision makers wanting to improve efficiencies often consider switching from PC to Mac, but are sometimes deterred by the perceived schlep involved. We list a few common myths that often deter business owners who consider switching to Mac – and explain why they shouldn’t be reluctant to take the plunge.
There’s no disputing Apple’s pulling power – the intuitive user experience, superb interface and design. However, when buying a new product, many people don’t ask the right questions of their reseller upfront. We break down four important questions you need to be asking your reseller when making a purchase.