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Posted by Edward Smith, CSN Tech Centre Ltd 21-03-2022 10:22 AM   
https://www.mytechcentre.ca

Microsoft 365 is a Cloud product line that a significant number of businesses worldwide leverage daily, such as email and voice communication, inter-company documents, sales, reporting, and many other types of company data.

Posted by Adrian Ghira, GAM Tech 21-03-2022 10:16 AM   
https://www.gamtech.ca
Managed Print Services (MPS) are services offered by an outside provider that addresses all the parts of your business’s print-related functions, including printers, copiers, scanners and fax machines. 
Posted by Claude Gagné, Present Group 21-03-2022 10:07 AM   
https://www.present.ca

« Hackers Don’t Break In, They Log In. » Day after day, adversaries connect to their victims’ services and applications using means such as:

  • Stealing user credentials through phishing campaigns.
  • Trying passwords from leaked datasets, in case a user has reused the same password on other services.
  • Attempting to log in to multiple user accounts using one of the passwords on the most used password lists (password spraying).
Posted by Jasper.ai, AI Writting Assistant 21-03-2022 09:50 AM   
In the early days of computing, artificial intelligence was little more than a dream. Scientists and researchers could only imagine a future in which machines could think for themselves and perform complex tasks with ease. But over the past few decades, AI has evolved into something far greater than anyone could have imagined. Today, it plays a crucial role in businesses around the world, and Canada is no exception. In this article, we will explore the evolution of AI and discuss its potential impact on Canadian businesses.
Posted by Adam Taft, Monk Office 21-03-2022 09:26 AM   
https://www.monk.ca
Can choosing a different way to print in your office be healthier, reduce your environmental footprint and cost you less?
Posted by Damin Massicotte, TRINUS Technologies 21-03-2022 09:18 AM   
https://www.trinustech.com

Knowing where your business stores sensitive data is a must for any organization that’s serious about its cybersecurity. Unfortunately, more often than not, that’s just not the case. Alas, what most organizations seem to share is that they don’t actually know where the files are or what’s on them. Storage libraries are set up and share permission handed out for access, but from then on no one pays it any attention.

Posted by Frank Arndt, myITsource 22-09-2021 11:34 AM   
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There has been a lot of hype about Cloud computing transforming the way small-to-medium-sized businesses do business. Proponents of the Cloud say that Cloud computing has levelled the playing field, allowing SMBs to finally compete with bigger companies despite their limited financial resources and staffing.
Posted by Jim Brendish, Brendish Computers 22-09-2021 11:31 AM   
https://www.brendishcomputers.com
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as we knew it, in many ways, forever. While its impact on our day-to-day lives has been huge, the impact has been even more severe from a business perspective. The social distancing norms, staggered operating hours so as to limit crowds, the masks, shields, barriers, and whatnot! From the business continuity perspective, companies had to adapt themselves to the new normal fairly quickly. 
Posted by Adrian Ghira, GAM Tech 22-09-2021 11:28 AM   
https://www.gamtech.ca

Here are 6 benefits of Cloud computing you need to understand AND that you can take action on, right now!

Posted by Ed Smith, CSN Tech Centre 22-09-2021 11:24 AM   
https://www.mytechcentre.ca

Undoubtably you’ve heard of Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), or one of the other names, such as Two-factor Authentication (2FA), Two-step Authentication (2SV), among others. Although these are all technically different in some ways, they all are based on the thought that there are three categories of computerized security:

  • Type 1 — Something you know: Your passwords, PINs, code words, etc.;
  • Type 2 — Something you have: Smartphones, USB drives, keys, token devices, etc.;
  • Type 3 — Something you are: Parts of the body that can be scanned, such as fingerprints, facial recognition, voice verification, etc.