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Cleveland I-X closing highlights the importance of the Red Alert RESTART

Cleveland I-X closing highlights the importance of the Red Alert RESTART

September 24, 2020

Without government relief soon, the face of the events industry could change forever. The events industry shutdown created by the COVID-19 pandemic has caused 96% of companies to cut staff and/or wages, 77% of entertainment workers to lose all of their income, and communities everywhere struggling to find the support necessary to stay afloat. The 2 million workers […]

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Apple Event 2020: “Time Flies” with 2 New iPads, Apple Watch, and More!

Apple Event 2020: “Time Flies” with 2 New iPads, Apple Watch, and More!

September 15, 2020

An unusual September event for Apple: instead of leading with iPhones in September, everyone is expecting iPads and new Apple Watches. The event kicked off at 1pm EST, check out some of the latest updates for Apple’s Fall Event here.   9/15/2020 – Time Flies 1:15pm — Tim Cook kicks off the “Time Flies” event, everyone […]

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Remote Education with iPads, the “iPad 4” Release Event, Cost-Effective Remote Devices, And More!

Remote Education with iPads, the “iPad 4” Release Event, Cost-Effective Remote Devices, And More!

September 10, 2020

Remote Education Amid A Pandemic You’re probably aware by now of the unprecedented change in the education system in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic. But what you might not know is the chaos created by the COVID-19 shutdown has opened the door for tech companies like Apple and Microsoft to develop further their remote-learning devices, […]

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The North American Events Industry has issued its own Red Alert

The North American Events Industry has issued its own Red Alert

September 1, 2020

September 1, 9 p.m. The time and date that the 12 million people involved in planning, developing, marketing, working, and attending events all band together in North America to show support for the industry that has nearly ground to a halt since March 2020. ‘#RedAlertRESTART’ Photos and Testimonials Check back here after 9/1 to see […]

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Server Rentals are not All the Same (Cloud vs. Physical)

Server Rentals are not All the Same (Cloud vs. Physical)

August 19, 2020

Your company wants to rent a server for a short period to migrate operating systems, test apps, or consolidate projects. Chances are if you Google “server rentals near me,” the first several entries will encompass cloud-based offerings. Some may be tempted to take that course of action, but consider taking the time to learn more […]

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Education Associations want remote learning for schools in high-risk counties

Education Associations want remote learning for schools in high-risk counties

August 4, 2020

As we get closer to the fall semester for elementary schools, high schools, and universities, there’s still debate as to how kids will be educated in the midst of a pandemic. Many school districts are being left without direction, forcing them to come up with their own pandemic learning plans. Many states are calling for […]

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