About Davis Tech Media

What is this all about, anyhow?

Davis Tech Media offers digital help for professionals, VIPs, entrepreneurs, and small businesses.

Learn how to tackle the tech of operating online. You have great ideas and would rather spend more time on running your business.

The ultimate goal is to help you cut your learning curve in half.

Review the content categories to see what section is right for you.

Blog Initiatives

Written Articles

Ultimate Guides

Cups of Coffee

Learn to love learning.

There’s something interesting about the way we learn new tools and applications. We say things like “This project will look good on my resume” or “I better learn how to use this program to get (or keep) this job.”

You have probably said this once or twice before.

We know we have.

By being reactionary towards learning new skills and abilities, you’re putting yourself in the same bin as everyone else. Knowledge building and skill acquisition shouldn’t focus solely on self-development; it should be focused on team or even community development.

We challenge you to not only stop adversely “binning” yourself, but also to view new projects, gaining new skills, and new opportunities as a way to help solve someone else’s problem. Better put, try to use your new found skills to serve others first.

This isn’t a hold hands and sing along by the campfire type of venture. Trying to figure out solutions, especially for others, makes your mind work. Whereas, simply learning and occasionally using your new skills at your job let’s your mind off the hook.

It’s not knowledge that is power; it’s the application of knowledge by taking action that holds power. The best way to apply your knowledge is to flex that big ol’ brain of yours.

What’s in it For You if You Stick Around

  1. Information stream packaged in implementation notes, resources, primers, whitepapers, and best practice information for Information security – Like security awareness and technical cybersecurity.
  2. Learn about your brain backup or productivity skills you didn’t even know you had by using office and productivity apps – Instruction in Microsoft Excel, Evernote, G Suite, and more.
  3. Insights and entrepreneurship through experiments and freelancing from the school of hard knocks.
  4. Traditional business discussion and implementation with IT departments and businesses as a whole (Roy did earn an MBA with honors after all).
  5. The outcome of slapping a little vision in your tech operations. It’s a matter of “how can we” instead of “can we.”
  6. Practical uses of learning digital marketing, internet business, and copywriting to make better professionals, even in other areas like IT and cybersecurity.

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