Ever wonder why you experience faster Internet speeds on your tablet in the living room, but a 30-foot walk into the kitchen means slower speeds? Many people blame their Internet connection when in reality it’s probably your Wi-Fi.
One factor… (Continue Reading)
Written by Margaret Jacoby
Employees the world over want to work from home, but many small businesses shy away from allowing telecommuting in their place of work. Maybe it’s because they are afraid of losing control over employees, or maybe… (Continue Reading)
TDS understands that keeping children safe is a priority for parents. To help parents become better gatekeepers of the content that is broadcast on their TVs, TDS provides its customers a way to set parental controls on their televisions.
You… (Continue Reading)
Imagine a scale, and on one end of it is the professional you – the alter-ego serious, fully competent person continually on the move from meeting to project to meeting. On the other end of the scale is the fully… (Continue Reading)
Since the ocean covers 71 percent of the earth, Network Specialist Doug knows that if you want to see the world, you need to learn to scuba dive.
“When people go to the ocean, they mostly see the water,” says… (Continue Reading)
by Guest Blogger
Hey HR professionals! Are you trying to figure out an easy way to recruit top talent and keep your employees happy? It’s much easier than you think. I have one word for you: flexibility.
Every unhappy professional… (Continue Reading)
TDS was a proud sponsor of the 28th annual Bataan Memorial Death march, which took place at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., about 45 miles east of Alamogordo, N.M. The memorial was held March 19, 2017, where more than 7,200… (Continue Reading)
Going back to a simpler life is not a step backward – Yvon Chouinard
A simple life has a different meaning for every person. For some, it may mean more time with family, for others it may mean decluttering your… (Continue Reading)
TDS associates had a terrific day volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah construction site in Hurricane, Utah. The group spent an afternoon in March working on roof trusses and installing windows. The local Habitat chapter is currently… (Continue Reading)
On Monday, rain suspended play at the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Ga. Practice rounds will continue on Tuesday where the forecast calls for sunny and 88 degrees.
Wednesday includes a Par 3 contest, but weather may again become a… (Continue Reading)