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Pilar Gomez

Make an MSP Your Technology Sherpa

They don’t always get credit, but climbers reaching the summit of Mount Everest rely on a Sherpa to guide them. Making information technology decisions can feel like climbing a mountain, but there’s help for that, too. A managed services provider

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Ana Fernandes

Is Your Printer an Ink-Sucking Monster?

How long have you had your home printer? Maybe you have a printer that came as a package deal with your desktop or free with your laptop purchase. Look in many home offices and you’ll probably see a less-expensive inkjet

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Pilar Gomez

Should You REALLY Click That Upgrade?

That pop up just won’t leave. It’s been hounding you to upgrade your software and clearly, it has zero intention of giving you a moment’s rest. That software wants to be upgraded and it wants it now. With a grudging

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Business Continuity
Marcus Marques

Is Your Businesses IT Ready for the Coronavirus?

The Coronavirus is spreading as fast as feared. Businesses must be ready for the worst. One priority? Protecting the health of employees. Preparing the way for remote working is one top recommendation. News of the virus, which the WHO is

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Pilar Gomez

Adding Accountability to Remote Work

Today, businesses are embracing digital technology to enable productivity anywhere, any time. Yet ensuring accountability is a stumbling block to widespread acceptance of remote work. Recently, COVID-19 has forced many businesses to transition quickly to working from home. Even bosses

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Cybercrime is the new organized crime
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Raymond Payne

Why cybercrime is the new organized crime in Canada

One quick thought about organized crime and you’re likely to start thinking about the New York Mafia. This is no longer the case for businesses as cybercrime is rapidly overtaking conventional crime in reality. In the past, Canadian businesses typically

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