It wasn’t that long ago that computers were work-place only appliances, but today we (and our families) walk around with immensely powerful computers in our pockets. Our smartphones are powered by millions of apps and connected to a modern and mobile internet that enables us to do about, well, anything! These devices make it possible for us to connect with friends around the world, stay informed with the news anywhere, make payments, control the lights and temperature in our homes and even hail cars (which will soon be driven by computers as well).
This nonstop connectivity gives us great power, but it also comes with great responsibility – responsibility we all share to use technology to enrich and improve our lives.
“Apptitude” isn’t just about being able to use technology; it’s also about knowing how to use it responsibly. Throughout history there have been many transformative innovations and technologies that have permanently changed how we live, work and communicate.
At AT&T we have a long history of making sure our customers have access to not only
And it’s not just about distracted driving. For more than a decade we have worked with experts, parents, teachers
Since its founding, AT&T has been committed to helping our society find solutions to the big issues of our time. Apps are powerful, but it’s users who can use apps to affect change. We will continue to do our part to give people the tools and education they need to use technology to improve society and enrich our lives.
This blog was first published by the National Cyber Security Alliance.