Hosting a Successful Oktoberfest

Great beer, good food, and tons of vendors – what’s not to like about Oktoberfest? Every year hundreds of thousands of people across the country attend these events at breweries, parks, and other locations. While great for ambience and size, these locations aren’t always the most conducive to offering WiFi or cell phone signal access for . . . → Read More: Hosting a Successful Oktoberfest

Delivering a Consistent Attendee Experience Through Coopetition

You’ve decided to source your event through a National Provider Organization (NPO) or use the in-house technology venue company. Whatever your reason, we respect it.

Our tech travel agents at Rentacomputer.com embrace the spirit of coopetition, that’s right, we didn’t misspell the title, we’re talking about cooperation between business competitors. We offer coopetition with the end game of . . . → Read More: Delivering a Consistent Attendee Experience Through Coopetition

3 Essential Gadgets for the Travelling Business Person

While businesses across the world can get in touch with each other quickly and conveniently over Skype, the travelling business person plays a vital role in many modern day companies. There are some things that just cannot be reliably done over Skype and email alone, and when technology itself doesn’t quite cut it, the travelling business . . . → Read More: 3 Essential Gadgets for the Travelling Business Person

The FAA Might start Banning Laptops from Airline Cabins

Several months back now, laptops were banned from flights going to the US departing from several airports in eight countries (Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Jordan, Qatar, Egypt, Morocco, and Kuwait). That laptop ban was lifted back in July, but concern about laptops being dangerous on airplanes has far from vanished.

The fear of flying . . . → Read More: The FAA Might start Banning Laptops from Airline Cabins

Social Media Tips for Event Planning Professionals

The field of event planning is competitive, and most event planners use social media to bolster their events. That means if you want to keep up in the event planning market, you need a plan for social media usage. You can start off by identifying what resources you have available, i.e. company Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook . . . → Read More: Social Media Tips for Event Planning Professionals

The New Dell XPS 13 Gold Edition

In the ever-connected world that we live in today, business people need their tech to keep up with and power through the constant scenarios being thrown at them. This means that business executives and lower-level employees alike need a functional, sleek device that impresses with both performance and appearance.

For people of business, there is . . . → Read More: The New Dell XPS 13 Gold Edition

Why You Should Consider Renting Technology For Your Business

Business users these days require the most modern office technology available. The average worker today is more mobile than those of the past, meaning mobile technology like iPads and smartphones are vital. While having the latest technology is never really up for debate the question of renting vs. buying is a little more complicated. There are . . . → Read More: Why You Should Consider Renting Technology For Your Business

ExhibitorLive Is The Professional Trade Show For Trade Show People!

The next big event coming up is ExhibitorLive 2016, which will be taking place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas from February 28th through March 3rd. ExhibitorLive is the highest-rated training conference in the country for anyone and everyone interested in the trade show industry. The event consists of 7 learning tracks and . . . → Read More: ExhibitorLive Is The Professional Trade Show For Trade Show People!

Toshiba’s New dynaPad Is More Than Just A Tablet

Toshiba has introduced not only a 2-in-1 Windows PC, a 12.5 inch convertible Satellite Radius 12, but also a new dynaPad tablet available in Japan.

The Toshiba dynaPad has a 12-inch display and detachable keyboard dock. This tablet also supports pen input and comes with a Wacom Active Electrostatics TruePen with support for 2,048 levels of pressure . . . → Read More: Toshiba’s New dynaPad Is More Than Just A Tablet