Data Protection

Undoubtedly, the majority of your colleagues are carrying their personal mobile devices to the office these days. Suffice to say, these professionals are producing, storing and sending such important documents as RFPs, presentations and financial results on these devices. Without question, the BYOD (bring your own device) generation is here to stay. Read More

Enhance Your Reality

By Joe Contreras

Augmented Reality Enhanced Photo

Want to take a selfie with your favorite celebrity sports player or music artist the next time you see them in action? Or how about juggling a virtual soccer ball while walking from the parking lot to stadium? With augmented reality (AR) this idea isn’t entirely farfetched.

AR is a technology, which enhances – or augments – your surroundings by overlaying digital information over your physical location. The wonder begins when launching an AR app on your smart device. Read More


Thankfully for American commerce, “retail therapy” is still very much a viable concept for many. And as our doctors would surely agree, is infinitely better than consuming a pint of ice cream while watching TV.

For many of us, retail therapy still means going to our favorite retailer or shopping outlet while running up our credit cards buying the latest apparel, maybe a road bike or perhaps going completely off the rails by making an offer on a dream home. Read More

LAI - Kings Fan

As I touched upon in my last blog post, the engagement element of live social media feeds displayed on digital signage during events for sports teams, music/literary artists, retailers and even corporations, for that matter, can be pretty profound. I mean, what team or music artist wouldn’t want praise from their fans at a live event, right? The same is true for retailers streaming social feeds at their outlets.   Such response and feedback however, may contain snarky comments or worse. Read More


As a parent myself, I have particular insight into the massive amount of paperwork schools must sort through and store. I know this as I have completed and submitted seemingly countless forms on behalf of my children throughout their K-12 experiences. Just recently, I completed the myriad papers to officially allow my youngest to enter his homeroom on the first day of school. And this doesn’t even touch upon all of the health forms I’ve completed throughout the years ensuring the school that my children were up to date on their various shots. Read More