Techexchange would like to offer our moms some Treats to sweeten their Mothers Day and some TechTips to ensure their loved ones are always safe online.
Parents are always asking us how to monitor the safety of their children online. Combine that with social media, and it can be really overwhelming for parents to know how to educate their kids while still keeping track of their activity. Here are the 5 most important things parents should make sure their children know before sending them off to surf the web:
1.The Internet remembers everything we post on it, forever.
2.Once we post something online, we can never take it back.
3.The Internet will share everything we tell it with anyone who asks, even if they are not our friends.
4.Its always okay to talk to an adult about something bad on the Internet.
5.Not everyone online is a friend, or who they say they are.
Apple Watches are great for moms, these smartwatches can assist with their entire lives. Apple Watch is perfect for keeping track of appointments, daily tasks, your fitness and being able to multi-task all things mothers need to be experts in.
Google Calendar App is a nifty tool to juggle multiple family calendars. It syncs up to all your family members and there is a quick Schedule View that lets you quickly see your schedule using photos and maps of the places you are going. This App is FREE on iTunes and Android, go get easily organized!
Power Banks should be a mom necessity. You never want to find yourself in a position where your phone is about to die and there is an emergency. Power banks are small and effective and have the power to fully charge your smartphone or tablet incase of an emergency.
iPads & Tablets with todays schooling requirements, these devices are a common household commodity. We love the idea that all schooling is moving towards E-Learning, which is scalable, effective and extremely helpful in the outskirts of our country. However, we also can assume that these devices have a tendency to get damaged easily or even go missing in the hands of our children, and we know how costly this can be.