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Demystifying Cloud Computing In Layman’s Terms

Over the last few blogs I have spent a fair amount of time talking about cloud computing.  This is because it seems to be an area where a large number of business people experience

confusion and have difficulty trying to decide, should they cloud or not? 

As covered in a previous blog most business are already using the cloud in some form or other but have just not seen it labeled that way.

IT Management And Business Evolution

When you live in the world of IT Management, like we do here at CDN Technologies, sometimes you forget where many of the business processes we see each day have come from. 

If I think back and look at what many current business owners and managers may have experienced in their careers I realize that the world we take for granted now is substantially different.

You Can Make Your Email List CASL Compliant

It is less than one week before the new Canadian Anti Spam Legislation, CASL, comes into effect.  Among other things this new act regulates how email and text messaging is used when contacting the public.  The public in this case includes all consumers whether in a consumer or business context.

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.