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The Value of Email Archiving For Small Business Owners

The prevalence of email correspondence has made network security more important than ever. Within the past decade, email communication has become a primary communication channel for business owners in all industries. Email is an effortless medium for business correspondence, and is used for everything from purchase orders to customer service follow-ups. For many businesses, email messages are now considered legal…

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Weather-Proof Your Business with Nanotek IT Services

Serious storms can freeze your company’s profitability, and lower your customer retention if you’re unprepared. Learn how Nanotek’s IT services can weather-proof your business here.   Trouble on the Horizon Business owners are bracing for hostile weather brewing along the East Coast this weekend. 80km/h winds, thunder snow, and 60cm of fresh powder will combine to create what forecasters are…

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8 Spam Fighting Tips From A Network Service and Security Company

If you log into your email account right now, there is a very good chance that you’ll find your junk mail folder hard at work. Email spam is ubiquitous, so much so that many people accept it as being an inherent part of the online experience. Don’t settle for spam – it could cost you more than you know. Though…

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Law Firm IT Disaster Recovery Plans: 2 IT Solutions Your Office Needs

Public Safety Canada has reported that nearly 40% of businesses are affected following by serious storms each year. Recent flooding in Alberta has caused many business owners to reevaluate their disaster recovery protocol; many law firms have begun to recognize the need for pre-planning and proactive IT solutions to protect their assets in similar emergency situations. Extreme weather conditions aside,…

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4 Reasons Why Legal and Financial Firms are moving to Cloud Computing in 2016

Nanotek shares some information explaining the legal and financial sector’s recent adoption of cloud computing technology. Cloud computing is changing how professionals interact with data on a daily basis. Hoping to cut the costs of licensing and software, companies both small and large have begun rapidly integrating Cloud strategies in favour of traditional client-server networks. So what is Cloud Computing?…

Windows 10: What CIOs think of it so far

Tech chiefs think Windows 10 is a step in the right direction, but does it offer any reasons for firms to migrate from Windows 7? Windows 10, Microsoft’s next operating system, isn’t expected until the middle of next year at least, and the company is still slowly revealing the details, which include support for a wider range of devices and…

5 Features on iOS7 that Apple users should know

iOS 7 was a break from the traditional form of iOS and brought a revolutionary design, but there are other features that Apple didn’t announce. Here are five useful but hidden iOS 7 features. Apple’s iOS 7 is so packed full of features that you may not discover them all at first glance. In this article, I’ll highlight five things…

Microsoft finally gets it right with the Surface 3

Microsoft unveiled the new Surface 3 tablet yesterday rather than the Surface Pro 4 everyone was expecting. The new Surface 3 dumps the ARM processor and Windows RT to deliver an economical Surface tablet that still has the power and capabilities users need. It looks like Microsoft has finally hit the nail on the head. The Surface 3 will be…

How to Identify Spam & Phishing Emails

10 Ways to Identify Spam & Phishing Emails   1. The message contains a mismatched URL One of the first things that I recommend checking in a suspicious email message is the integrity of any embedded URLs. Often times the URL in a phishing message will appear to be perfectly valid. However, if you hover your mouse over top of…

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Android L will bring multi-user support to smartphones

I’ve been watching the progress of the various incarnations of Android. Some of the developments (such as the Guest Access mode on the LG G3) point toward a certain feature arriving in Android L (the hotly anticipated next iteration of Android). But this is no longer a rumor or a “what if,” because an unnamed developer with Google said “the…