Small Town Tech Hub - Terms Of Service
Terms of Service and Privacy Notice for Small Town Tech Hub
Welcome to the Small Town Tech Hub, a platform designed to facilitate service requests and provide a seamless user experience. By using the Small Town Tech Hub, you agree to the following Terms of Service and Privacy Notice. Please read them carefully.
Access and Use of the Service
Upon scanning the QR code provided, the Hub will open in your device's web browser, allowing you to add it to your home screen. The service is compatible with Apple, Android, Windows, and Mac devices.
Permissions and Data Access
The Hub does not have access to files or data stored on your device. Certain forms within the Hub may request specific permissions to fulfill their intended functions. For example, the "Work Ticket" form may require access to your camera to capture an image. The app will request permission accordingly, but Small Town Tech will not gain access to your data until you submit it.
Data Transmission and Storage
Data is transmitted to Small Town Tech only upon submission. Your submissions can be reviewed in the "My Submissions" section within the Hub. Small Town Tech will not share any of the data you submit with any third-party vendors.
Cookies and Third-Party Services
JotForm, Weebly, and Facebook. These cookies are utilized to enhance your user experience, provide relevant content, and analyze user behavior. By using the Hub, you acknowledge and agree to the use of these third-party cookies. Please note that we are not responsible for the cookie policies or privacy practices of these external vendors and third-party asset creators. We encourage you to review their respective privacy policies for more information on their cookie usage and data collection practices.
The Hub contains links to external programs through standard URLs. By clicking on external links, such as a YouTube link within the Hub, it may open in the corresponding app, depending on your device settings. Please note that we are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of these external websites and applications.
The Hub is available free of charge. Small Town Tech provides services exclusively to customers who subscribe to our managed services, such as Pro+Tech and Network Monitoring. Hourly rates are applicable for labor requests. Upon receiving a request, a technician will make initial contact to clarify the work details being requested.
Changes to Terms of Service and Privacy Notice
We reserve the right to modify or update these Terms of Service and Privacy Notice at any time. We will notify you of any significant changes, and your continued use of the Small Town Tech Hub following any such changes constitutes your acceptance of the updated terms.
Are you curious about the world of artificial intelligence and its impact on our lives? If so, we have an exciting event that you won't want to miss!
On Saturday, March 18th, at 3pm, we're hosting a Facebook Live Stream event featuring two AI enthusiasts, Ted Saxton and Oliver Saxton (aka Little Saxxy). During this interactive session, we'll dive deep into the world of ChatGPT and artificial intelligence, exploring current advancements, ethical considerations, and predictions for the future.
Whether you're an AI enthusiast, a business owner, or simply curious about this fascinating field, this event is for you. Here's what you can expect to learn:
An Introduction to ChatGPT and GPT-4 architecture: Ted and Oliver will provide an overview of the ChatGPT platform and the GPT-4 architecture that powers it. You'll learn how this technology works and why it's so powerful.
Current AI advancements and applications: We'll discuss the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and the many ways that AI is being used today. From healthcare to transportation to entertainment, AI is transforming industries across the board.
Ethical considerations surrounding AI: With great power comes great responsibility. We'll explore some of the ethical considerations surrounding AI, including privacy concerns and potential biases.
Predictions for AI in 2023 and beyond: Finally, Ted and Oliver will share their predictions for the future of AI. What can we expect to see in the next year? How will AI continue to transform our lives in the coming years?
To make this event truly interactive, we encourage you to come prepared with your questions and suggestions for Ted and Oliver. We want to hear from you and make this a collaborative experience!
Don't forget to share this event with your friends and colleagues who are interested in AI, and set a reminder to tune in to our Facebook page on Saturday, March 18th, at 3pm. And be sure to follow our Facebook page for updates and click "Going" on the event page to stay in the loop. https://fb.me/e/11cUZoqRAfb.me/e/11cUZoqRA
We can't wait to see you there and explore the incredible world of ChatGPT, artificial intelligence, and the near future together! See you on Saturday!
As the owner of a technology services business in our lovely rural town, I have experienced the positive impact of shopping local. This isn't just about my store – it's about all the locally owned businesses that are the heart and soul of our community. By supporting one another, we foster a vibrant local economy, contribute to the well-being of our neighbors, and preserve the distinctive charm of our town. In this article, let's explore the importance of prioritizing locally owned businesses and how this benefits not only our economy, but also the non-profits and community organizations that enrich our lives.
By shopping locally owned before considering local businesses with out-of-town owners, we can direct our spending towards businesses that genuinely invest in our community. We should also pay attention to the larger companies operating in our town and consider their contributions to our community before making purchasing decisions. Some of these companies contribute a lot to our community while others contribute nothing besides jobs(which aint nuthin).
Shopping local is about more than just supporting small businesses. It's about nurturing a strong, vibrant community where everyone benefits. By choosing to spend our money at locally owned businesses, we can enhance the well-being of our neighbors, support local non-profits and community organizations, and ensure that our town continues to flourish for generations to come. Let's work together to make our rural community the best it can be, one purchase at a time.
Ted Saxton is a man with a passion for chess. He is the co-owner of Small Town Tech and spends most of his free time playing the game. Ted considers himself a lifelong learner and a novice player, despite playing over 1000 games each year. He always looks for ways to improve his skills and knowledge of the game.
Ted lives in International Falls, Minnesota, a small town where there isn't much chess activity. Ted saw this as an opportunity to generate more interest for the game in his community. He had less time for over-the-board chess due to his work and family commitments but still wanted to find a way to bring people together to play.
So, he created www.ifallschess.com, a website dedicated to all things chess. The website has a range of resources for chess enthusiasts, including rules of the game, tips on how to improve, and an online chess club. The online chess club has a link https://www.chess.com/club/ifalls-chess, which Ted created to bring local players together. It's a great way for players to connect, start games and improve their chess skills.
The website also offers visitors the chance to submit their games to be analyzed and posted on the blog. Ted understands that analyzing your games is a great way to learn and improve your chess. He hopes that by posting the analyzed games, other players can also learn from them.
But what's really exciting about the website is the chance to play against Fritz, an advanced chess engine. Fritz is known for its high level of play and advanced analysis features. The engine provides players with an opportunity to test their skills against a worthy opponent.
Ted is proud of his website and hopes it will help bring more people into the world of chess. He believes that chess is a game that can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of age or skill level. Ted's passion for chess has inspired him to create a platform that makes it easy for people to learn, play and connect with other players.
In conclusion, Ted Saxton's website, www.ifallschess.com, is a great resource for chess enthusiasts in International Falls, Minnesota. It's a place where players can connect, learn, and play against a high-level chess engine. Ted's passion for the game has brought people together and generated interest for chess in his community.
As a technology company, we know that technology is constantly evolving. In the past few years, we've seen major changes in the tech landscape, and as a result, we've had to adapt and evolve our business model. We've become more thorough in our documentation process, and we've raised our minimum standards to keep up with the latest cyber threats.
We believe that our customers are our top priority, and we've worked hard to earn their trust. We understand that our customers rely on us to provide the best advice and to treat their businesses as our own. That's why we are excited to announce that we are making the technology plan mandatory for all new customers starting from March 2023.
The technology plan is a comprehensive roadmap that outlines how you can protect your business from cyber threats. It includes actionable items and timelines that are customized to your specific security risks. This means that you don't have to overhaul all of your technology at once, but can work on improving your security measures gradually.
If you are a managed service customer, you will be grandfathered in for a free technology plan. This means that you won't have to worry about any additional costs or fees. We believe that this is the right thing to do, and it's our way of showing our customers that we value their business.
As part of the technology plan, we require that we manage your network, and every computer that is used for business purposes must have our Pro+Tech service installed. This is a critical step in protecting your business from cyber threats. With Pro+Tech, you'll have access to real-time monitoring, proactive maintenance, and remote support.
We believe that having a technology plan in place is an essential part of running a successful business in today's world. We understand that technology can be complex, but we're here to help. Our team of experts is available to provide you with the support and guidance you need to protect your business.
At Small Town Tech, we believe that our customers deserve the best protection and advice available. That's why we're making the technology plan mandatory for all new customers. We're committed to helping our customers navigate the complex world of technology and to keep their businesses safe from cyber threats. With our Pro+Tech service and our comprehensive technology plan, we're confident that we can help you achieve your business goals.
Find out more by visiting the Technology Plan section on our website.
Jim Yount and Jaci Nagle represented the Koochiching Technology Initiative at the International Falls City Council meeting on February21st to talk about expanding broadband on Highway 332. The city council was very receptive and voted to approve the financial commitment.
For more information about the KTI and how to get involved, visit www.koochiching.tech or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Town Tech believes you should have the right to repair your own devices or have them repaired by the technician of your choice. In an effort to advocate for our customers, Jim took the lead on submitting a letter from us to our state representatives.
Small Town Tech is known for providing technology services, but we have spent a lot of time advocating for our community. Sometimes it is technology related and other times it is just because we love giving back.