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Posted by Darren Card, Contego Tech Solutions 03-04-2018 03:10 PM   0
Thinking about moving your office? Opening a new location? Over the years we have seen and heard stories of small business owners rushing to tell their IT department that they have just signed a lease on a new space. Then they find our there are thousands or hundreds of thousands in unexpected costs. Please remember to ask an IT Professional to review a prospect site with you before you commit. Be aware of all of the costs, complications and timelines required to move your technology.
Posted by Pierre-Paul Caron, Syneco 03-04-2018 03:04 PM   0
Microsoft OneNote is a digital notebook that first appeared as an application for the Office 2003 suite. As a product that accepts both typed and handwritten notes, OneNote quickly became a must-have for tablet PC users in the early 2000s.
Posted by François Desjardins, Groupe Informatique Present 03-04-2018 02:41 PM   0
Today, computer networks are a driving force in every business, given the volume of information exchanged electronically. But connectivity and information-sharing also create an increased risk of data loss or service interruptions. A system failure can be disastrous.
Posted by Robert Picard, Demand ITS 03-04-2018 02:35 PM   0
Computer technology is evolving at an ever-increasing pace, this is also true for the threats to your data and security. Last year was possibility the worst year for IT operations since the Y2K bug and the impact will resonate for years to come.
Posted by Terry Cutler, Sirco – Millenium Micro Partner 03-04-2018 02:32 PM   0
There are two types of businesses. Those who know they got hacked, and those that don’t. Many business owners are unaware that hackers have likely been in their system for at least six months prior to being detected. Typically, according to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, a hacker is detected not because of the company’s security technology, but rather by a 3rd party reported the breach to them.
Posted by Jesper Kock, Director of Research and Development of Sennheiser Communications A/S 03-04-2018 02:26 PM   0
Today, simple headsets are bundled as free accessories to any mobile phone, giving them a perception of “nice to have” gimmicks in the consumer market. But in some areas, such as professional office environments, headsets are so much more than mere accessories, having evolved into complex pieces of IT equipment that can transform the business of communication. Jesper Kock, Director of Research and Development at Sennheiser Communications explains why that is and why the right choice of headsets is crucial for businesses.
Posted by Dominic Martine, Commtech 03-04-2018 02:21 PM   0
Entrepreneurs who wish to maintain a competitive advantage must be aware of the latest technological trends in the business world. Not just passing fads, some of these innovations have a real impact on operating costs and even create new business opportunities. Should we embrace them wholeheartedly or be wary? The following are a few examples.
Posted by Dave White, Trinus Technologies 03-04-2018 02:17 PM   0
At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), we saw an explosion in the Internet of Things (IoT) category.  These so-called Smart devices are aimed at making your home and business environment more convenient and accessible. From Smart socks and underwear to Smart toilets and showers, there was something for everyone.
Posted by Bony Singh, CNB Computers – Millenium Micro Partner 03-04-2018 02:15 PM   0
Over the last several years a small company in Mississauga, Ontario has been experiencing exponential growth. CNB Computers Inc. was found in 2003 by Prabjeet Chhabra (Bony Singh). The company has its humble roots in a one man start-up that was filling a niche in the reseller market. CNB Computers and Millenium Micro partnered  together back in 2015 and the relationship has grown stronger every year.
Posted by Targus, Millenium Micro Partner 03-04-2018 01:53 PM   0
Wish you knew the secret weapon to boosting productivity? Study after study shows that remote workers are up to 55% more productive than their office counterparts.