Many of you may know we have awesome engineering days once a month at Keystone: talk some company business, some technology, lunch, and games or something else fun. We were […]
Many years ago when I started using text messaging, I thought to myself, “wouldn’t it be great if I could get a text message when I walked into a store […]
A phrase now commonly used is the “internet of things”: cell phones, thermostats, health meters, freezers, cars and other common devices that surround us connected to the internet. Many people […]
Keystone works with various business sizes and offers Office365 for email and Microsoft Office applications. It is solid platform at a great price! Contact us and let us know how […]
Leadership in corporations are now experiencing something similar to leaders of the middle-eastern countries that have been part of the “Arab Spring”: social media allows the people they oversee to […]
While I focused on the hardware in part 1, today we’ll focus on the software, Windows 8. I have taken a little more time for the software review because I wanted to a) get used to it and b) give Microsoft a chance to update some glitches, which in some cases they have.
Happy Cyber Monday! As Black Friday bleeds into Cyber Monday… and what is becoming Cyber Week, we want to make sure we give you our gift ideas for the techie […]
I have been working with the new Microsoft Windows 8 “RT” Surface Tablet since The day it was delivered (October 26th) and it has been an interesting experience for many […]
What are perceived to be the biggest time wasters in the workplace? You may be surprised.
Recently, Keystone’s Greg Cordray and myself were asked to attend ABB’s Automation & Power World. Keystone has been supporting ABB University for many years with technology training.