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Unless you've built a bubble to seal them from the world, children grow up surrounded by technology. Households are full of devices connected to the Internet – some shared and some personal. For our children, technology is a normal part of their everyday life. They switch between devices, applications, and social media throughout the day without even noticing. For them, "digital life" is just "life."
We use our devices throughout the day to serve our purposes, but many of us forget to give a little back. In order for that device to keep working quickly and efficiently, it's a good idea to give it a spruce up every now and then.
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It's that time again – the end of summer holiday and the start of a new year of school. As students head back to the classroom with their mobile devices and laptops in hands, it is important to ask yourself (as a parent) how comfortable you feel about your child owning a device that connects to the internet. We're all aware of the potential threats that lurk in the online world...