Tag: Electronics

10
Nov

Connecting 98% of Canadians To High-Speed Internet By 2026

Written by: Jay H. Months after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians rely on the Internet for work, school, and communication. However, many communities still don’t have access to the proper infrastructure needed for this new digital reality. So, the Government of Canada is working to connect all Canadians to high-speed Internet. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced an investment

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19
Oct

Zoom Finally Has End-To-End Encryption

Written by: Jay H. Zoom has announced that end-to-end encryption (E2EE) is finally available for free and paid users globally. The feature is available as a technical preview for thirty days, during which Zoom is soliciting feedback from users. E2EE is available on Zoom desktop client version 5.4.0 for Mac and PC, the Zoom Android and Apple apps, and Zoom

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12
Oct

What Is A VPN (Virtual Private Network)?

Written by: Jay H. A VPN (virtual private network) is a technology used to increase your privacy and security online. It works by connecting your computer to a server run by a VPN provider using an encrypted connection. Then, the data transferred between you and the server is kept safe from hackers. Using a VPN strengthens your online protection. Since

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14
Sep

In-House IT vs. MSP: Which Is Better?

Written by: Jay H. There comes the point when you must choose an IT services team for your business. So, should you outsource to an MSP or hire in-house IT personnel? Which is better for your business? Learn about both options and decide which is best suited for you. In-House IT Having an in-house IT support team allows businesses to

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1
Sep

How To Improve Your Wi-Fi

Written by Jay H. A poor Internet connection can make online browsing slow and frustrating. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to improve the quality of your Wi-Fi and boost your Internet speed. Use the following suggestions to help improve your Wi-Fi quality: 6 Ways To Improve Your Wi-Fi Move your router If your router is in the

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27
Aug

The Importance Of Data Backups

Written by: Jay H. What would happen if your computer’s files were suddenly deleted? Would you be able to recover them from a backup? If not, you seriously need to consider creating a backup of your files, especially if you have invaluable data you cannot afford to lose. We cannot express the importance of data backups enough. Threats Are Everywhere You

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15
Aug

How To Avoid Being Tracked Online

Written by: Jay H. Digital privacy is a major hot topic nowadays. Your digital presence is tracked and logged with every click, so it might feel invasive when ads seem to know too much about you. However, there are ways to maintain a degree of privacy if you prefer to avoid being tracked online. Clear Your Browsing Data Wiping your

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5
Aug

6 Ways to Increase Employee Productivity

Written by: Jay H. Unproductive employees cost the North American economy over $350 billion annually. According to a survey conducted by iQ Offices, 57% of employees say they are distracted at the workplace, and many estimate they lose up to two hours each day in productivity. It’s apparent that unproductive employees significantly impact your business. However, transforming your underperformers into

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23
Jul

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA): What It Is And How It Works

Written by: Jay H. Keeping your data secure is more critical now than ever. With hackers and scammers continually looking for ways to gain access to your personal information, you must take steps to protect yourself. An easy and effective way to secure your data is by enabling two-factor authentication (2FA). Find out what two-factor authentication is and how it

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3
Jul

What Is Ransomware And How To Prevent It

Written by: Jay H. What Is Ransomware? Cybercriminals use several measures to exploit people for money, and ransomware is one of them. Ransomware is a form of malware that denies users access to their files through encryption until the attacker receives ransom payment. Once the user pays the ransom, there is no guarantee that the victim will recover their files.

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