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Spring Clean Your Digital Home

Spring has sprung and people are cooped up inside their homes due to coronavirus. They’re cleaning every nook and cranny of their establishment, partially due to the time they now have, and partially in an attempt to ward off the encroachment of the virus.

With the world’s mass migration to the digital realm inside their home, it might be time to start thinking about how those spring cleaning habits can be applied to every nook and cranny of your digital world.

Below are five areas of your digital life that might warrant some of your spring cleaning attention.

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Five Bold Predictions for How the Coronavirus Will Shape our Digital Future

If the predictions from science fiction literature were accurate, we’d be living in a very different society than we do today. Autonomous, flying cars would shepherd deliveries between locations while the members of our society would be interacting with holograms and living in virtual reality worlds.

Unfortunately, for those who closely follow consumer technology, its pace seems to be more glacial than transformative.  While streaming media has grown exponentially, physical media still exists.  While online banking is normal, physical branches have a strong foothold in both urban and suburban settings.  While home automation technology has slowly invaded the home, stitching it together in a usable way is still a challenge.

Though no one should wish upon the world of technology a global pandemic like the coronavirus, its rise may actually give birth to a new world of innovation that shifts the technology world out of its methodical crawl and into an outright sprint.

While we wait to see what innovations arise from the constraints the virus has placed on our society, there are a few areas of our lives that we may see tangible change sooner rather than later.  Below are five such areas that are worth watching…

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