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Minntonka High School Vantage Team Collaborates with Device Pitstop of Maple Grove

VANTAGE is Minnetonka High School’s advanced professional studies program. This program lets high school students get hands-on experience with real-world clients, solving real issues. Students solve authentic business problems through hands-on learning, project-based assignments, and working one-on-one with mentors in the community, all while fulfilling rigorous academic credit requirements. Students get to choose from 7 […]

Tips for Success for College and Graduating Seniors During COVID-19

This year’s graduating class is experiencing a different ending to their educational careers. Instead of presenting final projects to their peers or walking at a graduation ceremony, they end with unreliable zoom calls led by professors who don’t understand the technology and sit through endless video presentations. Young adults are being tossed out into one […]

Suddenly working from home? Homeschooling your kids? Set yourself up for success

Millions of Americans find themselves unexpectedly working from home, homeschooling their children or both at the same time. So, when faced with an entirely new system of working and/or educating kids, how can you set yourself up for success? * Try to find a permanent workspace Even if it’s just a small folding table in […]

During the COVID-19 outbreak, you need tech more than ever – Device Pitstop of Maple Grove is expanding its services

Maple Grove, MN,  3.18.2020 – “Social distancing,” self-quarantines, schooling at home, Apple Store closings –  we’re dealing with new sets of rules each day that can feel very isolating. As a society, Americans already heavily relied on technology, but during the coronavirus outbreak, it is more vital than ever. “Between supply chain interruptions and ever-changing […]

RIP Windows 7. Are you (and your computer) ready?

It was fast, it was powerful, its security was robust and now it’s time to say goodbye: Windows 7 will officially reach the end of its life in January 2020. And while “mainstream” support for the operating system officially ended in 2015, many thousands of people (especially Windows 7 Pro users) still utilize it on […]