USB flash drives are everyone’s favorite promotional gift, desk drawer pile, and junk drawer staple-but they are so popular because they are incredibly useful! Even if you are suffering from total USB flash drive overload, don’t discount their importance to your technology life. Here are some of the best reasons why they are still incredibly useful and powerful tools.
Chances are, unless you are completely avoiding Bluetooth technology on purpose, you have at least two items in your home that are Bluetooth enabled. What exactly is the mysterious technology that allows you to chat hands-free in the car, wirelessly print from your cellphone, and feel one step closer to the ruler of your household?
In a world filled with technology, it’s no surprise that even our presidential elections are being affected. Of course, we’ve been through the last few elections with an increase in technological sophistication, and social media has been quite the influence. But where does current technology in 2016 end up making a huge, groundbreaking difference in the outcome of our election? At Working Nets, technology is our passion; let’s go over the fascinating ways it influences everything, even our politics.
As technology continues to advance and further integrate into our daily lives, it can become difficult to disconnect. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Working Nets, Inc. is here to share information with you about distracted driving and help spread awareness about the dangers of technology at the wheel. [Read more…]
If you have been keeping up with the news lately – or even if you haven’t – you have probably still heard a bit about the legal faceoff between Apple Inc and the FBI regarding iPhone encryption and privacy rights. Working Nets is here with to fill you in on some details about the privacy battle between Apple and the FBI. [Read more…]
Microsoft’s released its latest operating system, Windows 10, this summer. Now it’s time for an update.
If you are a veteran Windows user, you might want to call this a “Service Pack,” as updates were called in many previous Windows versions. However, Microsoft wants us to be thinking of Windows 10 more as a cloud service, where the idea is that updates are happening on a continual basis. So while initially referred to as “Threshold 2,” Microsoft now is officially referring to this update with the more subdued name of “Windows 10 November update.”