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Posted by Shawn Dimitrov 15-10-2015 09:00 AM   

Life Cycle Management is a critical component of an optimized IT service.  By keeping it in mind within the context of your purchase and support decisions, you can count on getting better value for each dollar of your IT spend, over a longer period of time going forward.  

Posted by Blake Duffield 15-10-2015 09:00 AM   

The cost of I.T. is a very difficult concept to understand no matter the scale of your businesses infrastructure. This cost of any I.T. infrastructure is not limited to the initial purchase of equipment but extends into operational costs that can often be overlooked. Costs such as electricity, maintenance, and equipment age are all examples of what affects the overall cost of ownership for a business. 

Posted by Carlye Boruta 30-09-2015 02:21 PM   

Our world is now full of screens; from desktops and smartphones to tablets and digital signage.  The ability to harness and distribute everyday operational information, emergency alerts, security and environmental information can not only improve life safety but generate improved customer satisfaction and productivity to boot. 

Posted by Jean-Pascal Mercier 30-09-2015 01:58 PM   

As much as 75 percent of a company’s intellectual property is contained within email and messaging systems, according to Osterman research. And that makes email more than just a vital business communications tool; it constitutes an electronic substitute of legal business documentation. In other words, that message from Phil in accounting could one day be used as legal evidence.

Posted by Shawn Dimitrov 30-09-2015 01:56 PM   

There is ample documentation in the public domain on selecting and sizing UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) capacity for the load it will carry; this article assumes you have already selected and sized yours appropriately, and focuses on a couple of considerations that many small and medium-sized businesses overlook to their peril.

Posted by Edward Smith 30-09-2015 01:53 PM   

If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re part of a small business (according to Industry Canada, 98.2% of businesses in Canada have less than 100 employees).  Your business also likely suffers from the same issues that plague many other small businesses: small budgets.  You might now be thinking: what has this have to with Virtualization?

Posted by Blake Duffield 30-09-2015 01:49 PM   

Routers, Firewalls, ID Ses, Ip Ses, BPNs, the list of appliances and technologies we can use to protect our networks to the outside threat of the world (wide web) is extensive. 

Posted by Brian Doig 30-09-2015 12:24 PM   

Boardroom, conference room or training room, these spaces represent the apex of an organization’s audiovisual investment.  Important decisions are made here, clients are met, contracts negotiated and instruction is delivered.  These activities require the presentation of clear, concise information, and everyone in the room needs to get their voice heard.

Posted by Marco Michaud 30-09-2015 12:21 PM   

More than 10 years ago, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 technology hit the market to meet the needs of businesses. After so many years of service, Microsoft will no longer offer support for Windows Server 2003/R2 beginning July 14, 2015.

Posted by Jim Dyck 30-09-2015 12:15 PM   

IP (Internet Protocol) based phone systems are commonly referred to as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) systems. The term suggests that new phone systems no longer use traditional Bell phone lines, but in fact are capable of using both and many times are used together.