Monthly Archives: July 2014

Why is your office WIFI still at risk?


Most people today are comfortable with using WiFi services. In today’s world with smartphones, tablets and WiFi enabled devices most businesses and individual users have learned to apply basic security to protect their Wifi from unwanted access however, there is … Continue reading

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Verizon To Match Upload Speeds With Downloads | Geeks are Sexy Technology News


An interesting announcement from the US provider Verizon. As competition increases for bandwidth and speed, it will be interesting to see how that translates to Canada. Verizon To Match Upload Speeds With Downloads | Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

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Friday Funnies – IT humour at the end of the week – July 25, 2014


This week I found 3 cartoons that made me chuckle out loud: Originally posted on New Yorker Cartoon – Tweeters Anonymous Originally posted on http://www.andertoons.com Originally posted on Dilbert by Scott Adams

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Where there is smoke…there is DEAD DATA!


I thought it would be interesting to show you how we GUARANTEE that any media we receive for recycling is destroyed beyond any possible recovery. As an Ontrack Data recovery partner, we know exactly what needs to be done and … Continue reading

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5 things to remember about your technology move


Part of our services is to help our clients who are moving and need to take their technology with them. Though there are some things that are similar to setting up a new business, moving business locations can present their … Continue reading

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Friday Funnies – IT humour at the end of the week – July 18, 2014


Another round of funny items for the week: Originally posted on Thechive.com Originally posted on Cheezburger.com

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What is a Technology Audit?


Simply put, it is a review of the systems that operate your business. More specifically, it is a review of your technology in terms of physical, environmental, security, policy, practical and financial evaluations and how your dollars are spent versus … Continue reading

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Friday Funnies – IT humour at the end of the week


Here at Fix My Computer Now Inc. HQ we come across IT related (and sometimes geek related) humour occasionally that makes use snort, chuckle and cough. We’ve decided to share some of these from our favorite geek websites. Repost from … Continue reading

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Has the Canadian Anti-Spam Law created malware threats?


A valid point and argument to the fact that in the rush for all Canadian businesses to get consent in compliance with the new law, phishing and malware opportunities increased signficantly with the huge influx of email. Effectively, in order … Continue reading

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