Where will technology go next

3D printers were so new, it seems like months ago. Now they have them available at local stores. To quote Steven Tweedie in his latest article about a blind mom “seeing” her unborn child “modern technology can help people achieve something that simply wasn’t possible years ago” So our question to you is, where will technology […]

Axis introduces Sharpdome and Lightfinder technologies in new high-end PTZ dome camera Series

Critical Edge shares: Axis introduces Sharpdome and Lightfinder technologies in new high-end PTZ dome camera Series The new Sharpdome technology included in AXIS Q61-E Series will provide sharp images in all directions. These compact PTZ cameras are suitable for indoor and outdoor applications, also in lowlight and challenging conditions, making them ideal for applications such […]

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Critical Edge Becomes a Microsoft Authorized Education Reseller

For Release 2 p.m. CST May, 6, 2015 Critical Edge Becomes a Microsoft Authorized Education Reseller Critical Edge earns distinction through commitment to academic customers. Jonesboro, AR, Criaghead County — 5/6/15 Critical Edge today announced it has become a Microsoft Authorized Education Reseller (AER), demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft academic customers’ evolving needs in […]

Would you think better standing up?

According to a new study by researchers at Texas A&M, you might just focus better standing up during the day. Hard to believe, but it’s true. Maybe we’re just too comfortable sitting down? The study also showed health benefits of standing versus sitting all day. Students burned 15% more calories everyday over those that sat down […]

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Learn a new password for goodness sake.

If you’re my age you remember waiting around for that lovely squeal connecting you to the internet. Be honest, some of you haven’t changed your password since then. It’s 2015 and it would be nice to think that people had learned what makes a good password by now. Trust me they haven’t. SplashData’s annual list compiles […]

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Why does Quick books automatically switch to single user mode?

Maybe you’re new to Quick books, maybe you’re an old pro, but suddenly you’ve realized that when you log in, Quick books decides you should be in “single user” mode, not “multi-user” anymore. This becomes quiet the headache as everyone has to log out, find out who the first user was in the system, and […]