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Poison Tap – How $5 can hack your password locked computer.


So the world of computer security once again gets flipped on its ear. There you are at your workstation, you need to go get a coffee or have a bathroom break and as per company policy you “lock” your computer … Continue reading

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Are the medical devices attached to your network secured?


We have many medical clients including Dentists, Optometrists, Chiropractors, General Practitioners and Plastic Surgeons. One of the issues in servicing this market is working with medical device vendors.  There is a wide range of technology out there and these include … Continue reading

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Useful tech tricks you probably didn’t know about (12 Photos) : theCHIVE


Some cool little tips for you geeks who like to shortcut things. My favorite (which I verified) is #9:Create a folder named GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}. It will create a ‘God Mode’ folder that will give you access to everything. via (1) Useful … Continue reading

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Scumbag Windows [Comic] – Geeks are Sexy Technology NewsGeeks are Sexy Technology News


Scumbag Windows [Comic] – Geeks are Sexy Technology NewsGeeks are Sexy Technology News.

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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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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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IT guy disappears and you don’t have your passwords?


This is a common problem we see in our industry. You hire somebody for IT (employed or contracted) and eventually when that person is terminated, quits or falls to illness or even death, your company IT comes to a grinding … Continue reading

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How can you tell if your IT provider has your best interest?


Updated: June 1, 2014 I’ve been in this business now 20 years as a company and more than 24 in the industry. I have seen every technology issue in a business from “my computer is too slow” to employees stealing … Continue reading

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Common Misconceptions – What the hell is your IT guy talking about?


This week has found me knee deep in meetings and reviews with various clients about their technology. The biggest common theme I found recently was that they all had some kind of misconception of their IT infrastructure based on “things … Continue reading

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Logmederp…. | FailDesk


This is a humour piece about a client who DIDN’T plan the move with consideration to their IT infrastructure. Logmederp…. | FailDesk. Many times, we try to educate clients that when they are setting up a new office or moving … Continue reading

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