Robert Deignan Changing The Way We View Technology

Robert Deignan is the head as well as a founding member of ATs Digital. The firm is a digital company that aids consumers around the globe with matters dealing with technological advancements. Its services range from connectivity to typical troubleshooting. ATS is in the business of providing help to customers with technical issues through modern communication platforms meaning it is capable of remotely assisting anyone. Robert Deignan was brought up in the town of Fort Lauderdale and was fortunate to be awarded a football scholarship by Purdue University. After four years he earned a degree certification in organizational leadership. From then on he played briefly for the Jets as well as the Dolphins for a year each.

Recently, he has been on a campaign to sensitize people on how to effectively use technology and create a sustainable relationship that is beneficial to all. Robert Deignan admits that with the advent of the screen, there has been an increased rate in which people are distracted, and the train of focus is getting shorter by the day. He gives a solution to the problem in that we should be vigilant in the number of hours we spend on the screen and this has to do with our habits and how we choose to spend our time due to the existence of external stimulus. Robert Deignan advises us to take control of our digital habits and instead use them to be productive. Humans being able to dictate the way they interact with technology is taking control instead of diminishing control to technology. The statement reflects one of the missions of his company when providing services to the public.

Another essential point is in the way technology influences the way we think. It is a fact that the human brain is considered to be malleable. Because of this unique characteristic technology can change how our minds work. This is demonstrated by the way we respond to distractions such as emails and notifications that we get from our devices. It can have a positive outcome if we see it as a way of improving reaction times when using it in moderation.

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