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How to build a solid z-wave mesh network

Hubitat YouTube Channel – 5.19.20 (5.15.20)

 

If you are switching your smart devices from another system to Hubitat Elevation, it is vital that you take the steps build a solid z-wave mesh network. Yes, it takes time, but having a rock-solid mesh will save you a ton of frustration down the road.

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Virtual Graduation Dos and Don’ts – A Checklist from Our IT Experts

Western Digital Blog – 5.19.20 (5.14.20)

In our previous blog post, we asked a middle school, high school, and community college teacher to share their experiences and best practices teaching their students using remote learning. Now, we turn our attention from students studying to students graduating. As Vice President of Global Infrastructure and IT Operations, my insights stem from leading teams that have live-streamed global town halls to thousands of viewers around the world.

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In Uncertain Times, One Thing is Certain: “Some Good News” is Happening Somewhere

Adobe Blog – 5.19.20 (5.14.20)

“Hey, I’m friends with John Krasinski and he’s trying to make this TV show that he wants to put out on Sunday. I know it’s Friday at midnight. Do you want to help?”

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Non-Running Fitness Activities To Try Based on Your Zodiac Sign

AfterShokz Blog – 5.19.20 (5.14.20)

They say that variety is the spice of life, and shouldn’t the same be said for training? As a runner, falling into a rut due to lack of workout variety is a very real possibility. To beat the monotony, we’ve consulted the stars to bring you the best non-running fitness activities to incorporate into your workout routine based on your zodiac signs.

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The New Normal: Perspectives on What’s to Come and How We’ll Adapt

Dell Blog – 5.19.20 (5.14.20)

The days and weeks navigating our “new normal” during the global pandemic have been a whirlwind. I am personally hitting my stride with new routines. I’m eating lunch and dinner with my family every day – I can’t remember the last time we did that. I get to have my dogs around 24×7.

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Technology – and VR – Evolves to be More Accessible and Collaborative

HTC VIVE Blog – 5.19.20 (5.14.20)

Over the years, technology has evolved to become more intuitive and easier to use. As companies today are quickly adjusting to the new norm of remote workforces, technology offers new ways to address the changing face of work, keeping teams and employees engaged, collaborative and productive. Right now, we’re witnessing how relatively simple innovations make technology not only accessible to more people, but more adaptive to our needs.

Source: Technology – and VR – Evolves to be More Accessible and Collaborative

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