Tech Necessities for Your Summer RV Journey

Posted by Marie Johnson on Jul 27, 2020 6:30:04 PM

Summer usually means venturing on your favorite getaway and getting some much needed rest and relaxation. This summer, the COVID-19 pandemic has made getting away more difficult, leaving summer vacationers feeling stranded.

 

As the world, and Americans especially, faced a summer spent at home, a solution came into view that would allow them to safely travel. RV sales skyrocketed this summer, with one booking siteseeing a 1,000% increase in bookings.

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Topics: travel wifi, domestic travel, Mobile Technology, Quarantine

3 Tips to Dewire Your Home Office

Posted by Martinique Lewis on Jul 13, 2020 3:34:34 PM

Telecommuting is still on the rise, and it shows no indications of stopping anytime soon. In 2020, 5 million employees worked at least half of their work hours from their homes, which has resulted in 173% growth in the number of telecommuters from 2005 to today.

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Topics: wifi hotspot, remote work

4 Ways to Prepare for Life After Quarantine

Posted by Stephen Genest on May 28, 2020 5:50:50 PM

After weeks of social distancing due to COVID-19, it’s time to start moving forward and making plans. During these uncertain times, a lot has changed and our day-to-day lives as we knew them will certainly be different post-quarantine. This may include the way we commute to work (if at all), the way we interact with others at the grocery store, or even the way we manage personal anxieties or emotions. Therefore, it’s important for businesses and individuals to start acknowledging the potential changes that will occur and begin preparing for life after quarantine now.

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Topics: domestic travel, Health, covid-19, Quarantine

Staying Connected Together: 7 Ways to Keep your WiFi Connection and Relationship Healthy in Quarantine

Posted by Jordan Blackwood on May 18, 2020 11:30:30 AM

 

During the #CovidQuarantine my husband and I have found a few unique ways to spend time apart, together. If you’re living in a home with even a single bedroom, I’m jealous of you. Here’s the deal, we have a 700 square foot loft apartment that we adore. The apartment is in a great location, has beautiful views of the mountains, and is quite affordable. The only downside? It’s not quarantine approved. It’s just too small. 

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Topics: Health, Mobile Technology

Your Phone Is Always Connected, Why Shouldn't Your Computer Be?

Posted by Dani Platz on Apr 28, 2020 12:28:29 PM

 

Mobile phones have revolutionized the way we work, communicate, and spend our free time. Phones are ideal tools for quick communication, e-banking, and a long list of other tasks. 

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Topics: Mobile Technology, Mobile WiFi

What You Need as a "Crisis Telecommuter" or "WFA (Work From Anywhere) Employee"

Posted by Eric Plam on Apr 15, 2020 3:15:12 PM

To slow the spread of COVID-19, many employees have started working remotely. For some, this is an exciting opportunity to skip the long commute and take control of their own work schedule. Others might be uncertain about the change, especially those who aren’t used to working remotely or who have other distractions when at home. 

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Topics: remote work

The benefits of yoga when working from home.

Posted by Meredith Valentine on Apr 7, 2020 5:40:08 PM

I am by no means an expert Yogi, but I have always enjoyed the occasional yoga flow at my local studio. I leave feeling mentally and physically restored after having stretched, pushed, posed, and shavasana’d. In the middle of the corona virus crisis, it’s more important than ever to find ways to get that same feeling of mental and physical strength, so I have brought the studio into my living room while quarantining and working from home.

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Topics: remote work

How a VPN Helps with Cyber Security

Posted by Laura Sebastinelli on Mar 21, 2020 12:00:00 PM

Whether you travel the world for business trips, are a digital nomad looking for their next excursions, or simply work from home, you need to get online. Accessing the internet through hotel computers or cyber cafes wifi an option, but sending personal details and data over public Wi-Fi poses some serious risks.

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Topics: Data Security, Cyber Security, public wifi, Mobile WiFi, VPN

8 Tips for Staying Healthy while Traveling Internationally

Posted by Eric Plam on Mar 4, 2020 4:27:05 PM

From life as a business traveler to one as an exchange student or remote worker, there’s a lot you can learn about yourself and the world when you travel internationally. With international travel, you can gain exposure to new cultures, cuisines, and perspectives, and see some truly unbelievable sights along the way.

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Topics: News & Announcements, Business Travel, Travel Tips, business traveler, digital nomads, remote work, Health, travel

#GivingTuesday 2019: Skyroam WiFi for those who need it most

Posted by Martinique Lewis on Nov 13, 2019 6:13:57 PM

 

What is Giving Tuesday? 

Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. It is a movement to create an international of giving at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season. Giving Tuesday was started in 2012 by the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation as a response to commercialization and consumerism in the post-Thanksgiving season (Black Friday and Cyber Monday).

 

 

 

 

How is Skyroam participating?

Skyroam donated 40 Skyroam Solis 4G LTE WiFi Hotspots to the Alex Rocha Youth Foundation in Cartagena, Colombia, for students and community leaders who need connectivity for everyday life. Skyroam's own Social Media and Influencer Manager Martinqiue Lewis went to Columbia to hand deliver the hotspots! You can see her adventures when you follow @myskyroam on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Join Skyroam and the #GivingTuesday movement on Tuesday, December 3rd, by reposting and sharing our content to donate WiFi to those who need it most.

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Topics: News & Announcements