The Tech Newsletter
EMPIST Tech Talk
It’s the first EMPIST Tech Talk newsletter of April! Let’s get into the latest technology news, marketing highlights, trivia, and more. Here we go!
The Weekly Tech News Update
Google has launched an app known as Stack. This application can scan a large size-range of documents, receipts, IDs and turn them into PDFs. From there, the app organizes your PDFs for you, and using A.I. technology, can pull important information from within the file. Searching through documentation will never be the same! Read the full story >>
The Weekly EMPIST Blog
How to Fix a Slow Computer
Your workday doesn’t freeze when your computer does. There is nothing more frustrating than working on a slow computer. We’ve listed some of the most common issues that cause things to slow down, so you can learn how to fix a slow computer. Let’s get started. Read the blog >>
The Tech Talk Newsletter Tip
From the EMPIST Help Desk
Cybersecurity Tip: Do not leave your devices unattended in a public setting. Even walking away from your work computer in the office without signing off could be an opportunity for someone else to access your sensitive information.
The Tech Talk Trivia
Question: What was the name of the first all-transistor television?
The Weekly Marketing Spotlight
Beer here! In light of COVID-19, Budweiser wanted to safely spread the spirit of opening day for baseball season by setting up stadium pop-ups in Chicago and New York City. The pop-ups will be equipped with ballpark hot dogs, free beer tokens, and the chance for fans to win tickets to a game. Budweiser will also be running a contest on social media in addition to the stadium pop-ups. Read the full story >>
Trivia Answer: The Sony TV8-301