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3 Types of Cyber Security Solutions Your Business Must Have

3 Types of Cyber Security Solutions Your Business Must Have

Cybersecurity is one of the main concerns for most businesses, and for a good reason. Companies of all sizes, from small mom-and-pop businesses to large corporations like eBay, are facing cyber attacks. Each year, cybercriminals become more and more innovative when it comes to the types of cyber attacks they launch against organizations. Here are […]

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How to Insert or Remove a Page Break in Microsoft Word 2016

How to Insert or Remove a Page Break in Microsoft Word 2016

Page breaks are incredibly useful when it comes to formatting your Microsoft Word documents so that they look exactly the way you want them to. The page breaks tool allows you to determine where a page begins and ends. Here is some information about how to insert and remove page breaks in Microsoft Word 2016 […]

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What are the Top 13 Respond to a Meeting Request Tips in Outlook?

What are the Top 13 Respond to a Meeting Request Tips in Outlook?

Microsoft Outlook makes it easy. If you are in an email, then click on the Message tab and Reply With Meeting. Then go ahead and update the invitation like you would any other meeting. Don’t forget about adding the attendees, time, location, then Send. It’s as simple as that. But wait! There’s more to meeting […]

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Mileage Tracking Using MileIQ

Mileage Tracking Using MileIQ

Trying to track your mileage for reimbursement and tax purposes can be a hassle for people who are naturally organized, and is even for worse for those of us who aren’t. If you have a smartphone, it has built-in GPS technology that can make the tracking process easier and automatic – but only if you […]

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REMOTE DESKTOP ACCESS: YOU MAY HAVE JUST OPENED YOUR NETWORK TO HACKERS

REMOTE DESKTOP ACCESS: YOU MAY HAVE JUST OPENED YOUR NETWORK TO HACKERS

What’s The Remote Access Protocol And Why Should I Worry About It? The Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a means that Microsoft provides for Windows (and Mac) users to access another computer remotely. Remote computer access is often used by IT people to diagnose and repair a problem with a computer. If you’ve ever worked […]

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Canada Now Has It’s Own Version Of Required Breach Disclosure

Canada Now Has It’s Own Version Of Required Breach Disclosure

As data breaches echo around the world, Canada now has its own law, paralleling Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the USA’s Health Insurance Privacy and Portability Act (HIPAA). These regulations govern disclosure of data breaches to people whose data has been lost, stolen or somehow leaked to the public. Responsible leaders in U.S. […]

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Does Power BI Make Sense For Your Business?

Does Power BI Make Sense For Your Business?

If you could draw insights from your data within five minutes flat, would that get your attention? Microsoft’s Power BI is an online service, with a connection to other Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, that lets you analyze, visualize and transform data quickly and easily. Through the use of Power BI dashboards, interactive reports, and rich visualizations, […]

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Happy Thanksgiving From Our Team To Yours! Why Not Show Your Thanks By Helping Another Business Use Technology To Succeed? As the days get shorter, and the nights get cozier, Canadians across the nation turn our minds to gratitude. It’s a season where we take a little time to appreciate the best things in our […]

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Scalable Wi-Fi Is Best Practice For Schools

Scalable Wi-Fi Is Best Practice For Schools

Everyone has Wi-Fi. We all expect to see it wherever we go, and most of us have more than one Wi-Fi-enabled device. Grocery stores, fast food restaurants – even your mechanic has Wi-Fi. But does that mean you REALLY need it in your school? Isn’t it less secure than wired? To answer the first question: […]

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It’s Cyber Security Awareness Month…Are You Prepared?

It’s Cyber Security Awareness Month…Are You Prepared?

Are You REALLY Secure? Follow This Checklist To Know For Sure   When everything is going well, the last thing you want to do is think about what will happen when something goes wrong. It can be easy to think that just because you’ve recently bought some new hardware, or updated your security software, or […]

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