The nature of some of our business is that we’re kinda like firefighters for viruses and malware that creeps into our clients’ computers. Many of us have become calloused over the repeated virus warnings, but the stats are still frightening to us when we find out how many Windows computers are infected, often unbeknownst to…Details
londonlawn.ca is a free WiFi wireless service in central London, Ontario, Canada as a pilot project. The coverage has recently expanded and we’re proud to show some interesting statistics that other communities may find useful. The screenshots below are taken form the public website londonlawn.ca today, Friday mid-morning. Each pin represents an outdoor access point,…Details
By now, we’ve all learned that having a reliable antivirus program on our computers – at work or home – is a must. Countless new threats are released online every single day, which is made evident by the on-going virus database updates we see happen on a continuous basis. That being said, it’s important to get a second opinion to ensure your system is virus-freeDetails
“Stuxnet took the world by storm two years ago. The worm was different from previous viruses: it wasn’t designed to steal money, identities, or passwords. Instead, the malware targeted the controls at industrial facilities such as power plants, inspiring talk of a top secret, government-sponsored cyberwar.” -excerpt from CNET articleDetails
Being a cloud (online) solution, security and uptime is critical to the application.
TimeWellScheduled is a Nerds On Site Time & Attendance Solution, and is hosted within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) and detailed security information can be found here.
Loss of data is a common problem for businesses. Fortunately, it’s a problem that can easily be avoided with the correct preparation. While devastating amounts of data can be lost during catastrophes like hurricanes, the September 11 terrorist attacks, fires and floods – it doesn’t take such large events to cause a business to lose…Details
Edmonton, Alberta Mayor Stephen Mandel has proclaimed March 1st as Change Your PIN Day in Edmonton.
A month-long awareness campaign kicked off today to address what has become a growing security and fraud concern.
All Canada, people will wear pink shirts to send a message to stop bullying.