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How Wearable Technology Can Be Incorporated into Your Business

By Nextrio on April 13th, 2018 Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditlinkedinmailby feather

Technology has already grown to a level that people wouldn’t have been able to fathom just a few decades ago. Tech will continue to grow, and it will most likely grow faster and faster as it becomes more developed. At this point we need to think about what we use, how we use it, and how to keep it out of the wrong hands. Here’s a look at how wearable technology can be incorporated into your business.

Security Access

Real life isn’t just catching up to sci-fi movies—in many ways modern technology is surpassing what we’ve seen on the big screen. In today’s society, it’s not at all unreasonable or even unaffordable to use keycard access. If you issue each of your employees a lanyard with his or her own personal keycard on it, you can ensure that only these people will be able to cross physical boundaries within your business.

USB Drives

It’s smart to keep a USB drive on your person at all times, just in case you need to take some files off of your work computer, so you can go over them at home. USB or thumb drives are so compact that you can put them on your keychain, in your wallet, or even on your necklace.

Enhanced Training

VR is one type of wearable technology that many businesses haven’t taken advantage of yet. Virtual reality training can create the best role-playing scenarios, so your employees will feel like they’re really in the situation and act in real time. This helps your new hires start off on the right foot and helps employees adjust to new systems.


It’s time to start thinking outside the box when it comes to technology, and sometimes you need an IT company in Tucson to help you do that. At Nextrio, we can improve your cybersecurity and your IT department. Call us at (520) 545-7100 or look through our website to find out how.