Does your Small Business Need Cyber Insurance?

A TruShield Insurance poll found that more than three-quarters of Canadian small businesses operate without cyber insurance. As the name suggests, their blog post Here are 4 cyber risk facts you should know talks about four cyber risk facts your small business that you might not have thought of.

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Are You Cyber Aware? [podcast]

It’s critical for every employee of your business, or those who you trust on your network to be cyberaware, and there’s no one better to take care of this for you than cybersecurity Guru Darnley Greson II of Darn IT Group. Darnley is passionate about educating people on cyber awareness and has just launched a … Continue reading “Are You Cyber Aware? [podcast]”


UAT = User Acceptance Testing

Everyone who owns a website should have a UAT procedure that is executed each and everytime the server, software, theme, plugins are updated, to ensure the website’s appearance and functionality is still acceptable. My UAT procedure includes: Appointments: Schedule a discovery call Email: Quote | Contact Reviews: Add review | Reviews Display Blog: Blog Archive … Continue reading “UAT = User Acceptance Testing”

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Michael Geist shares his expertise on Canadian Copyright on his YouTube Channel

Professor Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-Commerce Law, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law presents “Separating Fact from Fiction: The Reality of Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education”

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How do I know how many people are coming to my website?

Most hosting companies provide a web based traffic statistics than enable customers to see how successful their web site is. Statistics include useful numbers such as how many people have visited your website, and how much traffic (throughput) you have used. Most statistics are broken down into totals and averages for that day, month and … Continue reading “How do I know how many people are coming to my website?”


7 Google DIY Tips

Google shared best practices for websites that allow users to create their own websites or host users’ data, like Blogger or Google Sites. This class of websites is often referred to as freehosts, although these recommendations apply to certain “non-free” providers as well. Make sure your users can verify their website in website management suites … Continue reading “7 Google DIY Tips”