Google Jamboard

The Google Jamboard is a tool developed by Google to enhance meetings and presentations. Featuring a 55” inch 4K touchscreen display. Capable of being mounted onto a wall or used on a stand, the Jamboard can be placed into any meeting room in a manner that is convenient or practical. As a proud reseller of
If you don’t have an offsite cloud storage plan (and you should), Google’s latest update to its cloud storage plan Google Drive is ready to fix your gaping data backup hole. By letting you pick which folders on your device to backup, instead of forcing you to put everything into one folder, Google Drive is
“Google is launching an educational program aimed to teach kids about phishing, internet harassment, passwords and other critical safety issues.   Called “Be Internet Awesome”, it includes a classroom curriculum and a videogame called Interland. It was developed with the help of teachers, Youtube videographers, and internet safety and literacy organizations.   Resources are available online
Creating a new website or redesigning your existing one is always exciting. You have the opportunity to flex those admittedly underused creativity muscles and present what you do online in an engaging and interactive way.   More often than not, too many ideas are presented and the effort to include them all becomes is daunting.
Just as the reverberations from the WannaCry ransomware outbreak earlier this month have started to slow, a new strain has already cropped up. On Sunday, researchers confirmed the new strain of malware called “EternalRocks”.   Already determined to be more dangerous than WannaCry and tougher to fight.   According to researchers, this worm that combines
Google I/O is Google’s annual developer conference, a three-day event where the company details the future of its various products and services. They also host education sessions for creators and developers who use their services.   What to Expect at I/O this year The biggest news from the conference is expected to be announced in
Hackers claim to have stolen the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean film. They are demanding that Disney pay a ransom or else have it released in intervals online.   At the present, there doesn’t appear to be any proof yet that the hackers actually have the film. However, this series of events closely mirrors what happened
“It is not fair to ask of others what you are not willing to do yourself.” — Eleanor Roosevelt   Arguably, Roosevelt taught us one of the most important lessons in management. Yes, it’s frequently written and widely known, yet it is the most misunderstood. The common meaning for this and what most people take
After exploring how machine learning can be applied to various creative challenges, designers at IDEO bring AI to the world of fonts.    Even for professional designers, choosing a font type can be daunting. The usual game plan is to stick with the tested and few very rarely branch out to explore the uncharted font territory. In
We’ve known for about a year now that Google’s been working on a new OS named “Fuschia”. Unlike Android or Chrome OS that are based in Linux, Fuchsia is built on a one-of-a-kind Google-built microkernel that is simply called “Magenta”.     First discovered by Ken Bradshaw at Hotfix, the user interface called is called