How Does Remote Computer Tech Support Actually Work?

Thanks to the rate at which technology has continued to advance over the last decade, it’s now possible to get more done “remotely” than ever. Your people no longer have to be sitting behind THEIR desk in THEIR office in order to be productive – they can get just as much done halfway around the

10 Best Practices for Migrating From Windows 7 to Windows 10

Microsoft is ending support of Windows 7 in early 2020, meaning companies need to make plans now to ensure a successful migration to the Windows 10 operating system. Complex migrations such as these are why so many companies turn to Primary Support Systems for IT support in Toronto Why Migration Is Necessary Microsoft has announced

5 Signs You Should Update Your Business Technology

One of the major factors that people fail to understand about small business computer support is that building an IT infrastructure isn’t something you “do once and forget about.” It requires you to remain as proactive as possible in order to stay ahead of the curve. If you don’t, rest assured, you WILL get left

5 Levels of Data Protection SMBs Should Consider

Small-and medium-sized businesses are under attack. Hackers are increasingly targeting SMBs for cyberattacks, penetrating systems and stealing or exposing sensitive data. The costs in dollars and reputation can be significant. That’s why it’s important that SMBs apply 5 levels of data protection to thoroughly secure the information that’s critical to business success. The State of

11 Types of Networks Explained: VPN, LAN, and More

One of the most important things to understand about computing is that not all networks are created equally. In fact, there are 11 major types of networks for you to choose from depending on your needs – all with their own unique architectures and overall purposes. The Personal Area Network Also commonly referred to as

What You Need to Know About Cyber Crime in 2019

It’s becoming increasingly common to wake up in the morning and read about yet another colossal data breach that has struck a major international organization somewhere in the world. Every day it seems like entertainment companies, hotel chains, and other entrepreneurial giants fall prey to hackers and pay dearly for it. But as a small

How to Avoid Data Loss: What You Need to Know

According to one recent study conducted by Nationwide Insurance, roughly 68% of small to medium-sized businesses don’t actually have a disaster recovery plan of any kind. This is problematic for a wide range of different reasons that are far too numerous to list here, so instead, we’re going to focus on just one: ransomware. In


Lately, I’ve noticed websites displaying multiple options for posting articles on their sites. Some allow you to enter your Twitter/google or other account information to post. Doing so may not be a good idea. Most users are totally unaware their social media username and password are visible to the site they are on. Consider this;

New Types Of Ransomware

Blackmail Ransomware By now, many of us have heard about Ransomware viruses that quite literally hold your data for ransom.  This form of malware encrypts the files on an infected system and effectively holds them hostage until the owner of the files pays a ransom in an untraceable currency (usually Bit Coin) to the malware

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