Posts made in August 2018

Reputation, Relationships and Recreation

Life requires technology. Keep it efficient, secure and connected. Your reputation, relationships and recreation count on it!

  • Security means sensitive information is protected.  A great reputation is built over years, but can be destroyed in a day.  When business systems and client information are protected from outside threats, this so a good reputation!
  • Connectivity means communication and relationships. Potential clients, colleagues, friends and family members have easy access to you and your goods or services when needed.
  • Efficiency means more work gets done faster.  Important deadlines get met and recreation time is more abundant.

Your Computer Hero has been an IT Services Management specialist in Minnesota since 2004.  Call our shop at 763-229-4467 to talk to an expert Computer Hero about our business technology needs.

Living Well and Doing Good with Technology: Stephanie Paige, Stories Foundation

In this interview, Stephanie Paige, founder of Stores Foundation and host Jenna MacLennan, co-owner of Your Computer Hero have a candid conversation about human trafficking and how to equip and protect our children from predatory influences online.

This is a bold conversation about the influences we face in our culture with great tips from someone on the front lines of this widespread problem.

Stephanie references a number of ways to get involved in the fight against human trafficking.  The links below bring you directly to more information:

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How I.T. Works

On July 28th, we hosted another free “How I.T. Works” event for families!  These are our favorite days at Your Computer Hero! We open our shop to area families for this free event.  Parent child teams come in to take apart a laptop and explore what’s inside.  We provide the laptop computers and tools and the families provide the curiosity!

I am always excited at the way kids react to this hands on experience-they are intrigued, engaged and amazed.  Many take home a small part of the computer they dissembled as a memento from the experience.  Who knows, we may be inspiring some future I.T. professionals.

We will be offering our popular class “How I.T. Works: A Class for the Curious” again this fall.  The best way to get notified of future events is by email. Sign up to be notified today!