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Workplace Technology Innovations to Facilitate Social Distancing

Without technology, quarantine would have meant isolation. The coronavirus crisis considerably increased employer attention to software solutions and slick gadgets, which are now rapidly accelerating their development into the workplace. It was tech that connected co-workers during the past few months, and paradoxically, it will help keep everyone six feet away in the post-lockdown office. […]

Relying on Food Delivery Apps During Quarantine? Here’s How to Protect Your Privacy and Data Online

Panic-buying for COVID-19 might be behind us, but normal trips to the grocery stores, farmers’ markets, and restaurants are still a long way away. There’s debate on whether or not ordering delivery during the pandemic is ethical but some, for example, elderly or immune-compromised people, have no choice. Others believe that ordering through a food […]

Using a VPN for Better Online Security

Regardless of your internet usage, it’s highly advisable to keep online security in mind. In an era when most people think viruses are a thing of the past and data breaches are the new norm, it can seem like there’s simply not much you can do about it. While data breaches are often an external […]

Managing Work-Life Balance During a Pandemic

Like many people these days, you might find yourself trying to navigate an entirely new and unexpected period of uncertainty. With this change of pace come disruptions to your regular routines and your work-life balance. It is especially true for parents trying to work from home full-time while their children are demanding around-the-clock attention. A […]

7 Language Learning Apps That Actually Work

Apps prove really useful when learning or remembering a foreign language. Even if you’re not traveling outside the US in the foreseeable future, a new language may still come in handy. According to Wikipedia, 41 million people in the US speak Spanish at home, 2.9 million people speak Chinese, and 1.6 million people speak Tagalog. […]