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Posted by François Blouin, Centre d’ordinateurs S.T.O. 01-04-2020 02:48 PM   
The quality of a server’s components is far superior to that of a workstation, the server is designed to run 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for several years. A workstation, on the other hand, is designed to run an average of 8 hours a day.
Posted by Ashley Schell, WBM Technologies 01-04-2020 02:38 PM   
Risks of diminished stock in the supply chain plagued the Canadian channel in 2019. Increased costs due to the threat of U.S. Tariff’s, a continuing Intel Chip shortage, and now, manufacturing delays on hardware due to COVID-19 in China, have all brought unique challenges. Due to these external factors hitting on a global scale, it is critical that organizations have a sophisticated procurement partner that can manage change while staying in front of all threats to supply chain stability.
Posted by Hélène Sirois, Osmosia Multimédia 19-12-2019 11:28 AM   

Along with the digital revolution, web users changed both their behaviour and their buying habits.

Posted by Andre Tewinkle, ACS Computer Solutions 19-12-2019 11:26 AM   

Do you still have Windows 7 on your computer? Windows 7 will reach the “End of Life” stage January 14, 2020.

Posted by Dave White, Trinus Technologies 19-12-2019 11:21 AM   

Recent news articles about Cyber Attacks on municipalities in Canada and the U.S. reveal a depressing reality about the information systems and practices of many municipal governments.

Posted by David Morin, PC Expert 19-12-2019 11:19 AM   

In IT, as in many fields, it is important for companies and organizations to consult an expert before undertaking a project or a purchase of technology equipment. It is certainly very easy to do an online search to find the equipment and software that will seem to meet all your needs, but it is just as easy to get the wrong products and then end up with a multitude of problems and additional costs.

Posted by Stéphane Trépanier, Hector Solutions d’Affaires 19-12-2019 10:50 AM   

Friday, June 7, 2019 5:05am, my life changes forever. I receive a call from one of my associates. He informs me that there is a fire in the shopping center where our offices are located. Flames of more than a meter emerge from the door of our warehouse and a dense black smoke escapes from the roof covering more than half of the mall.

Posted by Doron Kaminski, F12.Net 19-12-2019 10:45 AM   

A single person responsible for IT, even when specifically trained for the job, is not the same as a full IT department or even an outsourced Managed Services Provider, which can draw on a large pool of diverse technical staff. The small in-house IT group (or person) cannot provide the range of support needed to maintain a firm’s critical infrastructure — critical to daily business activities and critical to long-term revenue streams.

Posted by Matt Grills, myITsource 19-12-2019 10:36 AM   

Success comes with objectives! In order to stay on top, one must meet, exceed, re-evaluate and delete those objectives. We’ve seen Microsoft set some spectacular objectives for the technology space this past year with significant ramifications for the business world. They have set the end of Windows 7 support for January 2020 and increased focus on transitioning to O365 as a subscription model replacement for traditional Office solutions. That move is fundamentally changing the way organizations access mission critical productivity solutions. Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, moved to an O365 subscription for the entire campus and this is just one large organization making the switch among many. Objectives will continue to change and it’s crucial to find partnerships that will help with those changes.

Posted by Lee-Ann Coleman, Jolee Electronics 19-12-2019 10:25 AM   

Leading providers in unified communications are educating their customers on the recent expansion of bandwidth monitoring and management solutions. Essentially, bandwidth monitoring is the practice and policy of tracking the utilization of company bandwidth between all employees, software applications and desktops. The growth of bandwidth management solutions in recent years is due primarily to growth of company provided and personal devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) connected to an organization’s network.