Reboot Recast Rethink
Summary: A podcast about technology and why you should care. We take a dive into the areas of data, hardware, software, privacy, cyber-security and various aspects of tech. Our aim is to break tech down and keep it simple for you.
In the past we focused on multiple topics; from Social Media, User Data, Smartphones and more. However, we have a more informal Podcast. Today we will dive into questions from users, fans and others on Phishing, Windows, Smartphones, and more.
The impact smartphones have on our world is undeniable. At one time people wondered when every household would have a personal computer, but in 2020, everyone carries around their own computer. It keeps us in touch with loved ones, saves us from getting lost and most captures those embarrassing moments. Smartphone technology continues to evolve and who knows where it could take us.
Social media is no longer a fad. Tools like Facebook, and others, facilitated the sharing of content; connecting friends and family around the world. How will social media’s growth effect consumers and business alike? Facebook became the social media giant that connected the world. Its massive user base gave the company and advantage over others. But how will Facebook adapt to growing expectations? Lets talk!
If Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google vanished today what would you do? Of these companies, which do you subscribe to? Could you live without the services they provide? These companies, and how we use technology today, have become ubiquitous in nature. From computers, to tablets, smartphones and personal devices, we use technology each day. Take time to understand how data drives our world each day. Lets have a chat about data and the new oil of our economy.
From phishing scams, bots, ransomware or just exposure to the dark side of the web. The post COVID-19 world will probably be more reliant on technology, as people become more comfortable with it. Let’s “tech-splain” some common cybersecurity tips. Just like we’re working hard to “stay safe“, we’re here to talk about staying “tech-safe” during COVID-19.