Inverselogic’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

It seems like yesterday that we celebrated the New Year, and in a blink of an eye, the holiday season has arrived once again. Inverselogic’s 2019 year was quite eventful and exciting with the onboarding of new client projects such as the establishment of Second Home’s new Los Angeles based location – a co-working space that evokes a futuristic atmosphere, the debut of Cellar Thief’s new website – an e-commerce store for wine enthusiasts – in addition to the site launches for Walker Wines and Blacksmith Wines – two stores that celebrate discriminating collectors who seek rare wines from the world, such as French Bordeaux or Italian Barolo. Even though the year is coming to a close, we are still busy with ongoing Windows 10 operating system upgrades as well as our preparation for the upcoming 106th Annual Rosebowl Game – a perfect way to kickstart 2020 with one of the year’s largest sporting events. 

While 2019’s conclusion is fast approaching, our enthusiasm for imparting valuable cyber security information never wanes. Alongside this, Inverselogic strives to provide all our clients with top quality technology services, and our dedication to client satisfaction has been and always will be one of our principal missions. Additionally, our team is committed to delivering innovative technology solutions that best serve our clients’ needs and ensure their continued success.

We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to all our wonderful clients for making 2019 another fantastic, prosperous year. Every year brings us the opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed with our clients. We’re thankful for our business partnerships and the goals that we achieve through every project together. From our team to yours, we hope your 2019 was just as successful.

Inverselogic welcomes the forthcoming new year as we look forward to what 2020 may bring. We would like to wish you a fun and safe holiday season and a very Happy New Year!

Please enjoy our annual Holiday Tech Gift Guide, which features all of this year’s newest and coolest gadgets. We understand that holiday shopping can be hectic around this time, so we’re here to make your experience stress-free as you search for that perfect gift for your loved ones!

Inverselogic’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

Another year, another holiday season!

2018 has been nothing short from fun and exciting here at Inverselogic. From building new client relationships, to attending conferences such as Glendale Tech Week where our president Ara Aslanian spoke, we can most certainly say this year has been quite eventful. Back in September, Ara had the pleasure of chairing this year’s Pitchfest committee at Glendale Tech Week’s 3rd Annual Exhibit and is looking forward to speaking about the latest ransomware threats and valuable cyber-hygienic tips at L.A.’s Cyber Security Summit. While this year is coming to a close, we’ve had the pleasure of further educating our clients about the best cyber and data security practices, and we look forward in continuing to do so.

We make it our personal mission to not only serve our clients in the best ways possible, but to also tailor our services to their exact needs. It’s important for us to exceed our client’s expectations, which is why we stay up-to-date with current technology trends and discover new, innovative ways to serve their ever-expanding business needs.

We wanted to take a moment to express our sincerest gratitude to our wonderful clients for making 2018 another successful year. We’ve been given great opportunities to grow, learn, and succeed as a team, but we couldn’t have done it without you. We are more than thankful for all that we’re able to accomplish in partnership with you and your business. We hope that 2018 was just as prosperous for your team as well.

We are beyond excited to see what’s to come in 2019, and with that, we wish you the most wonderful holiday season and a very happy new year!

Please enjoy our 6th annual Holiday Tech Gift Guide. As November and December are the busiest months within the year, we’re here to help you take the guesswork out of shopping for that perfect gift!

Google’s Got You Covered for this Busy Thanksgiving Holiday

As you’re preparing to travel and visit family and friends this holiday season, Google wants to make your Thanksgiving a little less stressful. As we all know, Thanksgiving traffic is an inevitable headache, but with Google Maps’ recently published trends report on which hours are busiest for travel, shopping, and leisurely activities, you can now plan ahead.

According to Google’s blog report summary, traffic is busiest between 3-4PM the day before Thanksgiving and gets better in the morning hours of Thanksgiving day. The report also recommends leaving during the morning hours of Friday or Sunday for your travel back home, as traffic tends to get heavier during the afternoon hours after the holiday ends.

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Google has also made it simple to track which locations and attractions are busiest during this week. Visit volume to bakeries and grocery stores tend to get higher around noon on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Shopping centers and movie theaters also tend to have higher volumes of people around noon on Wednesday and Black Friday.

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Additionally, Google has provided plenty of resources in case your Thanksgiving doesn’t go according to plan (e.i. burning the turkey). Google Maps allows you to search for needed stops along your trip, share your ETA with loved ones, save your parking location, avoid the lines for that shopping trip, and much more!

Whether your heading to the airport or hitting the road this week for travel, Google Maps is determined to get you to where you need to be, stress and worry free.

Inverselogic 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Inverselogic Tech Gift Guide

The holidays are upon us, and that means you probably have quite a bit of shopping to get done! We believe that the best in technology works to enhance our lives and there are plenty of different gadgets to choose from! We’ve created this gift guide to help you find the right tech gifts for everyone on your list! With over 50 products, this is our biggest guide yet- we hope you find it helpful!

Enjoy our 2014 Tech Gift Guide!

Planning on flipping through it all later? Below is a short preview on some of our top picks.

A Tablet for Your Money’s Worth

Priced at $180, the 32GB HP Stream 8 sounds too good to be true. The HP Stream 8 is a fluid Windows 8.1-based tablet that  even comes with a 1 year subscription to Office 365 Personal. Find it at HP.com

The Pebble Watch That is All Grown Up

Last time we saw Pebble it looked more like a toy. This time around, the smartwatch company has a new line: Pebble Steel ($199), that has a much more sophisticated look! Check it out for yourself at GetPebble.com 

A Fitness Tracker Ready for Anything

Priced at $100 for the holidays, the Samsung Galaxy Gear Fit is a waterproof fitness tracker that comes with multiple band options so it’s always ready for whatever situation you find yourself in. Get yours at Samsung.com

The Smart Thermostat

The Nest Learning Thermostat is one of the most popular for automated temperature control. The device learns users’ schedules, programs itself, and can be controlled with a mobile app. $250 at Nest.com

Going Hands-Free with Gloves

Beartek’s bluetooth gloves allow the wearer remote access and control of their phones and GoPro cameras. A simple touch of the thumb to the appropriate finger safely activates desired functions like answering phone calls, controlling music, and recording video. $95 – $145 at BeartekGloves.com

Smart Home Fun

Perfect for kids (or adults who like to tinker), this Little Bits Smart Home kit has everything needed to automate different parts of your home, from automating your curtains to open at sunrise to even making a remote controlled pet feeder. The 14 module kit is now selling for $250. Check out kit details at littlebits.cc


The Custom Gift

For a unique gift that’s both personalized and functional, create your own phone or tablet case with your own image printed on it from Zazzle.com. Prices vary according to case design.