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The September update of Office 365 includes some major additions and changes to tools such as Microsoft Teams, PowerPoint, and Excel, just to name a few. It is important to keep up with these developments, so here is a list of the major advancements of which you need to be aware. Microsoft Teams: Skype, Selective […]
Facebook Was Breached Were You Or A Facebook Friend Affected? Facebook has confirmed that more than 50 million user accounts have been breached. They made the announcement today, Friday, September 28th. However, their engineering team discovered the security breach back on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018. They tell us that the vulnerability has been fixed and the […]
OneNote is a free application from Microsoft that allows you to collect notes in a variety of formats – handwritten text, typed text, digital drawings, photographs, links, screenshots, videos, and audio files – and organize them, share them, and use them to create other documents. OneNote is an excellent app whether you take notes in […]
Online security is something that should get everyone’s attention. Threats exist all around us: ransomware, viruses, spyware, social engineering attacks and more. There’s so much you need to know to keep your personal and business information safe. But… where do you start? As trusted cybersecurity professionals, we want to help you get educated and […]
More than ever, it is necessary for legal professionals to remain digitally connected. As technological advances are made, attorneys and support staff should endeavor to remain up-to-date. This means staying current by investing in the newest generations of digital devices, including phones. With so many options, however, it can be difficult to select the one […]
When you opened your small accounting business, you had a few services set up for your company. There were the phones, internet service, bookkeeping and accounting software, and your computers. Now that you’re set up, the IT Support and Computer Services company, u networks, in Chilliwack, BC has a question to ask. Are your Backup protocols and Recovery planning in line with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and CPA Canada?
Many organizations across a wide range of industries are paying for IT management services from a third-party rather than having these functions performed in-house. These organizations are finding that IT outsourcing is leaving them with more resources to dedicate to business initiatives of greater importance. Likewise, accounting firms can the reduce the amount of money and time spent on infrastructure and operations by turning to IT outsourcing.
Profile – Viewing – Searching We get questions from our clients about using LinkedIn all the time. And we get so many that we’ve been keeping track of some of the most commonly asked ones. We’ve posted three of them here with detailed answers for you. 1. “Is There A Way To Change How My […]
What Is Phishing? Phishing is the act of sending phony emails to people for the purpose of tricking them into revealing their user name and password. The sender pretends to represent an organization that has a viable reason to make an information request. For instance, you might get a genuine-looking email that looks just like […]
How Do We Choose An IT Service Provider? 10 Critical Things To Look For If your IT company doesn’t return your phone calls, their prices are too high, or they run in to “fix” things only to run out before you find what was done, you need to choose another IT Service Provider. But what […]