How Safe Is Your Computer? Check Out This Safety Checklist!

Article brought to you by the Tech Helpline, a member benefit of the Kansas Association of REALTORS®. How safe is your computer? That’s a question all real estate agents are asking now more than ever since most are working from home, either part-time or full-time. The good news is that today’s updated personal computers have more built-in safety features than ever. …

Technology Advice: Read This First If You Need Help Setting Up A New Tech Device

Article brought to you by the Tech Helpline, a member benefit of the Kansas Association of REALTORS®. Coming off the holiday season, you’ll likely have new devices. Since the popularity of technology-related gifts continues to grow, so has the kind of tools that Tech Helpline can help you set up. When you think of getting assistance from Tech Helpline for a new device, you probably …

Understanding IoT (Internet of Things) Risks: How Your Clients Can Protect Themselves

Article brought to you by the Tech Helpline, a member benefit of the Kansas Association of REALTORS®. The IoT, or Internet of Things, refers to any physical device connecting to the internet that collects and shares data. With the explosive growth of devices in a home that can connect to the internet, you and your clients need to understand the …

Can I Use That Image?

As REALTORS® we are constantly using images to advertise our listings and the services we provide. Here is an updated guide to help you determine if photos you find online are OK to reuse, if you should be using your camera to take your own photos, or if you should be buying photos online. via TheVisualCommunicationGuy

Can I use that photo in my marketing?

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As REALTORS® we are constantly using images to advertise our listings and the services we provide. Many of the images online are copyrighted images and it is not OK to simply download and reuse any image you find in your own marketing. This guide can help you determine if photos you find online are OK to reuse, if you should …