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Technology questions complicate back to school shopping

Classes start for many in the coming weeks, but it is your college student that may have more questions when it comes to back-to-school shopping. Unlike many school districts in Door and Kewaunee counties, college students may have to provide their own devices beyond a phone, tablet or Chromebook.  It is part of the reason why the National Retail Federation predicts a record $71 billion for back-to-college shopping, driven in part by $18.1 billion for purchases of electronics. Even K-12 back to school spending is expected to hit a record $37.1 billion, once again driven by $12.9 billion in electronics sales. Different courses require different needs from their technology, something Quantum PC’s Erin Helgeson says should spark some conversation.

Helgeson also recommends making sure your devices are up-to-date with the latest anti-virus software to protect your files and to make sure everything is running smoothly. You can listen to our latest Ask Mr. Quantum Podcast by clicking this link.


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