After a year and a half of COVID-19 and a national shutdown, the government is taking action to ensure broadband infrastructure and connectivity for all Americans become a reality.
In late February, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved an emergency subsidy to help bridge the digital divide for low-income families during the pandemic. The Emergency Broadband Benefit program will bring affordable Internet service to households for distance working, virtual learning, and critical telehealth care.
While 2020 was a difficult year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the technological advancements were accelerated to meet the new demands that the coronavirus brought. Industry experts state that this momentum will continue in 2021 with smart cities at the core.
With a recent surge across the U.S. in COVID-19 cases, it is more important than ever to invest in technology that keeps you, your on-site staff, and your residents safe. We have previously discussed ways, such as UV-C Disinfection Lighting, to combat the spread of the virus, but how do you combat a resident or staff member testing positive for COVID-19?
In partnership with LED Lighting Consulting, Converged Services recently announced a safe and smart way for community associations to open during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by utilizing Ultraviolet (UV-C) disinfection lighting.
With everything that 2020 has brought so far, it is hard to believe that hurricane season is upon us. While it is vital to stock up on water, non-perishable food, and batteries, it is also important to invest in the proper technology, which could save your life during a hurricane.
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