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Canadian Anti Spam Legislation (CASL) In Effect July 1

Over the past couple of weeks I have been seeing some messages from companies who have me as part of their email distribution list.  The gist of these messages is an explicit request for me to subscribe once more to their list.  

The reason this is happening is the impending regulations for the Canadian Anti Spam Legislation, CASL for short, which come into effect on Canada Day, July 1.  Those companies who have started this process are taking one of the necessary steps to bring themselves into compliance with the legislation.

Why Hackers Like Small Business

Many SMBs don't realize it, but the path to some grand cybercrime score of a lifetime may go right through their backdoor. SMBs are commonly vendors, suppliers, or service providers who work with much larger enterprises. Unfortunately, they may be unaware that this makes them a prime target for hackers.

Calculating The Costs Of I.T. Downtime

One of the challenges that is faced by IT administrators when they are fighting for the budget needed to maintain all of the network systems, security protocols and backup systems is quantifying for management the potential losses which will be avoided if the expenditures are made.

IT Support Needs To Be Business Support

There are many functions of a business that need to work together concurrently to keep the business operating smoothly. As a business grows the number of people and departments grows. Over time, problems emerge, redundancies, inefficiencies and information silos can be created.

Five things to know about Office 365

Five things to know about Office 365

If you're trying to decide if Office 365 fits the specific needs of your business or organization, here are five things to know about Microsoft's cloud based version of Office.

What is the difference?

Chances are you're already familiar with the desktop version of Microsoft Office.