Robert Deignan co-founded a digital platform, which offers technological support. He attended St. Thomas Aquinas High and between 1992 and 1995, Deignan pursued BS from Purdue University. As an executive, he has a lot of experience in holding different top positions in the major companies.
He began his career on the establishment of Fanlink Inc., which disbanded on 2001 but got positioned at iS3 as the Executive Vice President working for over eight years and left 2011.
Tips on Developing a Good Connection with Technology
With the rise and an accelerative advancement of technology, different sectors have benefited with ease of functionality in their businesses. On the other hand, it has its negatives, which are devastating if not corrected. It’s this reason that Robert Deignan created ATS Digital for solving technological problems and provides the following tips.
- Addictive Technologies
Though it does not cover the general categories of technological gadgets, some devices such as smartphones have increased the addictive nature. Research shows that one cannot stay away from any screen in under a minute. It has accelerated significantly in all ages and showing symptoms that app developers and social media sites are benefiting.
- Human Mind and Technology
Researchers believe that the current technology is shaping the human mind hence altering the human nature of doings and concentrating more on technique. For instance, the study shows that one can opt to use map directions while driving that using the human mind in deciding the route to follow. Deignan, therefore, suggests that technology is dominating the mind thus focus more on diverse activities daily.
- Distractions From Many Screens
Many individuals are not mindful on the impacts of how distractive technology is when coming to social media, video streaming, games and apps browsing. Roy search shows that persons interact with any screen with an interval of less than one minute. It’s, therefore, advisable to gain control of the modern world of technology in improving the interaction.