I’ve used Fitbit “semi” smart watches from May of 2016. Since then I’ve had to updated product now twice. So why did I update this time?
First smart appliance was a vacuum robot, and that was taken into use in September of 2017. November of 2019 a Google Nest Mini smart speaker was added to the mix. Second appliance was added when our new washer/dryer was connected to the home network in January 2020. Fourth thing was a Google Nest Protect, that was installed in November 2020. Now, the next thing has been taken into use.Continue reading “The road to a smarter home”
In late January I wrote on my embarkation into the Apple ecosystem, with the switch from Windows to macOS, and from Dell XPS to Apple Macbook Pro. Could this switch be enhanced with the switch from Android to iPhone?Continue reading “Does additional Apple products help?”
As more and more business open new support channels, for instance Facebook, WhatsApp and others, does this mean theres less of commercial emails? And does this include B2B emails or just the B2C sector? Continue reading “0 new mail(s), utopia or dream come true in the modern era?”
So those who know me, know I’ve preferred Windows and Android for as long as I’ve used tech products. But can “the other side” improve my efficiency? The test has started. Continue reading “Ecosystems, is it one or the other?”
So there has been a lot of buzz about Whatsapp now when they are having users to consent to new Privacy terms. Is it taking every information imaginable from you, to Facebook? Continue reading “Is WhatsApp going down?”
#Dreamforce to you 2020, has been wrapped up. 4 days of sessions, forward looking technology and visions. What is my take then? Continue reading “Dreamforce to you 2020.”
Team spirit is important, may the setting be whichever and wherever. In the workplace, the team spirit well-being is directly in correlation to success and performance result.
As my work computer, I have a Dell XPS 15 which has been great. Only a few small problems along the road during my 2 years and 4 months. But now I luckily avoided a potential critical problem. Continue reading “Avoided potential critical problem”
As most in Finland, that are of age to work fulltime, I all so had 4 weeks of paid vacation, and this year I enjoyed it in July. And almost every minute of it, out at the cottage with my 3 kids.