Tag: Toronto

1
Oct

Hotels offering iPads and Free Wi-Fi

Wifi & iPad: Exclusive Room Services What kind of services or benefits do you expect in five-star hotels? The wish list can be really long and include almost anything, even an iPad with free Wi-Fi. With the rising number of tech savvy people on the move, this is indeed an item that travelers might need…

30
Aug

Your Toronto Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Team

Do you have confidence in your data backups? Have you ever lost a critical spreadsheet that you have been working on, never to see it again? When was the last time your IT guy showed you that all of your information was backed up and could be restored in the event of a server or network crash? Has a disaster

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25
Jul

Microsoft Acquires Perceptive Pixel

Besides announcing the release of the customer preview of Microsoft Office during the Microsoft Worldwide Partnership Conference in Toronto in July 2012, CEO Steve Ballmer announced Microsoft’s acquisition of Perceptive Pixel. According to Perceptive Pixel’s website, “Microsoft will continue to manufacture Perceptive Pixel’s high performance touch screens, and the Perceptive Pixel team will become part…

1
Apr

Bell Canada Brings Cell Phone Trees to Ontario

This is no April Fool’s Joke! For nearly a decade, the United States has disguised cell phone towers as pine trees, palm trees and cacti. In some areas, they’re disguised as architectural structures like clock towers. Now, Bell Canada has jumped on the band wagon. Cell phone towers aren’t aesthetically pleasing, and some people have…

12
Dec

Toronto: One of the World’s Most Livable Cities

Toronto boasts many reasons for being one of the world’s most livable cities.  The culture tapestry of the city and the high caliber of entertainment venues and sporting events are second to none.  Diversity of culture and people is exemplified in the number of neighborhoods that populate the city. Culture Toronto is home to more than 100 languages and dialects,

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10
Aug

Search Engine Optimization Is No Longer Good Enough

It is not just about SEO anymore, it’s about WPO – or Web Positioning Optimization too. With updates to the Google algorithm like Panda and Mayday and integration of social media metrics as part of the search engine rank factors, we can clearly see that web marketing is not and should not be limited to SEO only. Well, there is

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13
Jun

Blackberry, iPhone or Android? Which smartphone do Canadian’s love?

Looks like Canadians like the Research In Motion’s BlackBerry the most. Despite a series of public relation’s setbacks and analyst downgrades beginning with the underwhelming launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April, BlackBerries are still the most popular smartphones in Canada. Devices from the Waterloo Ont.-based company accounted for 42% of all smartphones in Canada in March, leaving behind

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4
May

Japan IT market Reported To Be On A Course Towards a Double Dip in 2011

Should your Toronto business be concerned about the earthquake in Japan and the impact on technology?  Some experts are concerned that business may not be able to get the parts and equipment needed to maintain and replace technology?  Your Toronto IT support team at Dynamix is keeping a close eye on what is happening in Japan. The IT market in

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21
Apr

Earth Day: Can Teleworking Save Canadian Companies Money?

Earth Day is April 22nd; what is your Canadian firm doing to help improve the environment? Canadian corporations who promote teleworking and allow key employees to work a minimum of twice a week from home can help save over $53 billion dollars annually. That is not all to it; you could reduce greenhouse gases by a considerably huge amount and

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16
Apr

Are Social Networks the New Front Line For Social Engineering?

The corporate sector is increasingly using Internet-based technologies, and cybercriminals have found ways to take advantage of corporate Canada’s adoption of social media and internet technologies. Using social networks and search engines, attackers are stealing intellectual corporate property which is more valuable than day-to-day financial and customer data by performing astutely crafted social engineering attacks. These attacks are mostly devised

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