Tag: World Wide Web

11
Sep

GoDaddy Sites Suffer Outage; No Data Compromised

What do you do if your website goes down? That’s a question that several GoDaddy customers had to answer on Sep. 10, 2012, around 10:25 am PST. Although the company had most customers’ sites back up and running by 2:43 pm, for more than five hours, many small-business owners were unable to conduct business as…

14
Aug

Have you joined the outlook.com revolution?

The preview for the Microsoft Outlook emailing system on the 31st of July 2012 was just the beginning. Big changes are expected to come in time, but in the meantime it’s possible to start experiencing it now. Millions of people are currently expected to sign up, and anybody can do it whenever they want. Current…

5
Aug

Do you have your Outlook.com address yet?

Introducing Outlook.com Microsoft has recently announced that the end of Hotmail is near and the dawn of a new emailing system, known as Outlook, is almost here. Hotmail was first introduced way back in 1996 and sparked a revolution. A revolution where people could have their own email addresses for life that were completely independent…

3
Jul

Lose an AMAZING 10 lbs per week, heard on Twitter

We ran across this post on the Sophos’ Naked Security blog today. Lose an amazing 10 lbs. It must be true, it was broadcasted on Twitter.  Be wait, it is just a scam. Graham Cluley posted this YouTube video describing what is happening and how to prevent yourself from becoming another victim of this scam….

5
Jun

European Commission Wants to Give Internet Users the ‘Right to be Forgotten’

We all make mistakes. We all do and say things that we wish we could take back. But in today’s world, instead of maybe a few dozen people being privy to a particular faux pas, it could be a few hundred or a few thousand. In the case of celebrities, like Ashton Kutcher and Spike…

18
Apr

Be Smartphone Savvy and Protect Your Device

By now, we all understand that smartphones are pocket sized computers, and just as it’s important for you to protect your desktop or laptop, it’s also important for you to protect your smartphone. Security software companies have products specifically designed for use with smartphones because they are just as much at risk as computers. People…

29
Feb

Google’s New Privacy Policy – Protect Your Personal Information

There are pluses and minuses to everything. With the implementation of Google’s new privacy policy, the down side of customized search results is that – come March 1, 2012 – all your search information will be shared across all Google products. If you want to prevent that, you’ll have to act fast. Preventing Google from…

7
Sep

Strict Anti-Spam Laws Come Into Effect In Canada

As Canada awaits the implementation a new anti-spam law – one of the toughest anti-spam laws in the world – it’s time businesses in the country got down to work and changed their emailing practices. If you run a business in Canada, you’d better take this seriously because those found violating the law will have to pay huge amounts as

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19
May

Microsoft Big Easy 6.0 Is Here

If you are thinking of purchasing or renewing software, why not do it via eligible Open License programs, especially at a time when Big Easy 6.0 is providing an incredible offer with the latest Microsoft products? As your local Toronto Microsoft Partner, there are many programs your business can leverage to help ensure the right solutions are in place for

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22
Jan

Acceptable Internet Use In Your Toronto Business

When is it proper to check the latest Toronto Maple Leafs scores and stats at work? Would your boss mind if you book your next vacation on your work computer? Access to the Internet is as common as the telephone. Employees can have access to social networks, travel sites and personal email on the office computer. With this ease of

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