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Posted by Frank Arndt, myITsource 22-09-2021 11:34 AM   
https://myitsource.com
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.
Posted by Mark Rye, HLB System Solutions 22-09-2021 11:22 AM   
https://www.hlbsolutions.com
Hardware, software, cables, signals and power are critical IT elements that when done well provide a robust and redundant technical infrastructure from which to operate a business. However, more and more we find organizations that have a solid IT foundation but are struggling with Security, Privacy and Business Productivity challenges related to their IT operations. This should not come as a surprise as our view on IT within small and medium sized business is greatly swayed towards the technology itself. This tunnel vision approach, where technology is the solution, leaves many critical aspects of what the business truly needs untouched. 
Posted by Carl Rainville, Québécom 22-09-2021 11:19 AM   
https://quebecom.qc.ca
You have certainly heard about the recent security breaches that affected large Quebec companies such as Desjardins or Promutuel. These companies lost an astronomical amount of money while seeing their operations paralyzed. Small and medium-sized businesses are also affected by various computer attacks, but the media obviously do not talk about it.
Posted by Robert Picard, Demand ITS 22-09-2021 11:13 AM   
https://www.demand-its.com
You saw the headline, and you’re thinking to yourself, just three things? Is this some joke? No, how you choose to do those three things will define how effective your cybersecurity is.
Posted by Branden Wallace & Rob Hinschberger, Advanced Office Solutions 22-09-2021 11:10 AM   
https://aosgroup.ca
For decades, the large metropolitan centres of Canada such as Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Calgary, and many more have been hailed as the epicentre of Business in our country, with an average population of 2.85 million (2021) it’s been difficult to ignore the opportunities available in these growing cities. But over the past year and a half, the shift to a hybrid “work from home” office has disbursed this growth and population to neighbouring urban areas. 
Posted by Stéphane Trépanier, Hector Solutions d’Affaires 22-09-2021 11:07 AM   
https://www.hector.solutions
Many small businesses believe their risks are reduced for a cyber attack because they are smaller or don’t have data attractive to hackers. 
Posted by Marco Michaud, Millenium Micro Group 22-09-2021 10:59 AM   
www.milleniummicro.ca/en
Certain events cause upheaval in many aspects of our lives. The pandemic has been one of these events. Many now talk about "the new normal", it’s clear many realities of our daily lives have been altered forever. In business, upheaval is an opportunity to reinvent yourself. So we decided to take a look at the technological changes this pandemic is causing across the Canadian landscape.