It is rather hard these days to imagine what life would be like without a computer. For many people, computer usage is a daily thing – paying bills, browse the internet, play games… There are countless things that we use them for and that’s not when we are not even working.
Digital inclusion means making sure that no young person gets left behind, slips through the net and misses the opportunities that they deserve and need.
With a growing trend in the number of young people using popular social media apps like Tiktok, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter etc, now more than ever it is vital to ensure your child’s safety online.
You left the world of open-plan offices behind, found the work-from-home job of your dreams, aced the interview, and got the gig. Now you have to deliver. Working remotely has many benefits, but it takes dedication and smart strategies to pull it off successfully.
Despite being a dusty old-sounding thing, having one of the best antivirus software packages in your device is still as important as it has ever been.
If, like me, you can’t help scanning the news inbetween the brother vs sister war games that are now almost a weekly planned mission. I found this an intresting story…
Children from wealthier families are spending more time each day studying in the coronavirus lockdown compared with the poorest, according to new research.