Month: May 2020

Review: JBL Charge 4 Bluetooth Speaker—A Personal Boombox for Wet and Wild Times

Review: JBL Charge 4 $179.95 JBL makes bigger speakers, like the Boombox 2 and the Xtreme 2, but for most people, the JBL Charge 4 will prove speaker enough for more listening experiences. At 8.66 x 3.74 x 3.66 and a little over 2 lbs the Charge 4 won’t be the lightest item in a.

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Review: Satechi Slim Type-C Multi-Port Adapter V2

$69.99 I evaluate USB-C hubs against two broad criteria: fit and function. The Satechi Slim Type-C Multi-Port Adapter V2, with its short cable, fits most USB-C devices well, even the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (though it does leave the hub dangling a bit).  At about a tenth of a pound and measuring in at 4.7 x.

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Review: Tranya Rimor True Wireless Earbuds

Review: Tranya Rimor True Wireless Earbuds We recommend Tranya Rimor True Wireless Earbuds as a solid investment for those who seek a good listening experience from the most compact of travel companions. When I first received a review request for the Tranya Rimor True Wireless Earbuds I was taken back to the Star Trek: TOS episode.

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Review: JBL Clip 3 [Video]—A Very Personal Waterproof Speaker

Review: JBL Clip 3 $69.95 The JBL Clip 3 fills the space with sound, takes calls, clips onto almost anything, and sinks to the bottom of a pool without damage. What more can you ask for in a wet hot summer companion? As the summer heats up, even in quarantine, people will want to listen.

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Watch New Video: Collaboration in a Time of Quarantine

Collaboration in a Time of Quarantine Collaboration in a Time of Quarantine: Our new video webinar explores changes to collaboration since the COVID Quarantine began and provides advice to organizations on how to better use collaboration tools, and improve support for employees, partners, and customers as they work in the emerging distributed work environment. The.

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Getting A Handle On What Your Organization Knows: Knowledge Management And The Covid Quarantine

Knowledge Management And The Covid Quarantine: Acting as a learning organization remains critical during the Covid Quarantine. Knowledge Management is perhaps more important now than ever. Organizations have separated themselves from hundreds or thousands of employees, contractors and partners. Knowledge from those employees may be inaccessible depending on the agreements between the parties. Knowledge Management And.

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