Kim Key

About the author

Kim Key is a tech and culture writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. She started her career in local tv news, then spent several years with CNN Sports where she covered major events like the Olympics, the World Cup, the Masters, the Superbowl and the NBA Finals. Currently Kim is a freelance writer covering everything from video games to modern psychology. She has a degree in Broadcast News from the University of Georgia.

Should You Make Software Updates? Absolutely Yes!

If you think you don’t have the time or inclination to install software updates on every computer, mobile phone, tablet, printer, payment device, security system, router or IoT devices that are in your business network of technology, think again. Taking the short time to download and install an update

5 Video Games To Encourage Creativity in the Workplace

You can’t just ask employees to be creative. You have to give them a method and a time to do it. Bringing gaming into your workplace can encourage fresh thinking and innovation. Fast, challenging, engaging. And it’s fun—at work.Choose games that make people think in new waysLook for games

Tech To Balance Your New E-Commerce Store with Your Brick and Mortar Business

So you've made the switch to e-commerce, but you still want to interface with your customers and provide excellent service and customer care. There's tech available to help you provide your customers a similar level of experience and care that you provide at your brick and mortar establishment.From data

10 Apps To Help Boost Your Employee and Business Productivity

Stop checking your email. Stop spending precious hours in meetings. It’s time to get organized and get your business moving. You’ve told yourself all of this in the past, but the “busy work” keeps piling up.There are ways to get out from under the weight of your responsibilities, and

Help, I Can’t Write! Are Digital Rewriting Tools a Good Idea?

If writing for your business blog or website is a task you dread, don’t waste your valuable time. Help is out there with digital writing programs. Using AI technology or the skills of real people, digital writing programs will help you get your points across in an easy-to-read, understandable

Best Ways To Use Livestreaming for Your Business

Livestreaming has been hugely popular in building audiences in online gaming. You now have a chance to get more interest in your business products and services by using many of the same ideas gamers and entertainers have been employing for years in front of online audiences.Whether you own a

How a Small Business Can Use Cloud Computing To Save Money

Outwardly, your business looks pretty busy to your customers, and behind the scenes you’ve got a whole infrastructure you have to keep running, too. Accounting, supply chain, project management, delivery, customer relationship management (CRM), marketing, payroll. It all adds up in time, people and money.Small business owners have taken

Cloud Backup Solutions: What’s Right for Your Business?

If you’re still only backing up all of your files locally on your computer, all it takes is a malware attack to expose your information, not to mention theft, flooding, fire or other disasters that can destroy your computers and ruin your business. Data loss prevention should be a

What Are the Digital Must-Haves To Run My Small Business?

Once your business is up and running, you need to think about growing it. This is where business software can help. You don't have to spend a fortune, as plenty of free and inexpensive business-technology tools can take your small business to the next level.Begin with just a few

How Do I Know My Payment Apps Are Secure?

A variety of payment apps are available that you can use for your business, and you’ll want to know which ones have your utmost security in mind. As a small business owner, protecting yourself and your customers is essential.Surprisingly, your customers aren’t paying as much attention to security as