SUPPORT SERVICES

Whether you’re selling a product or service, we all know our businesses rely on the humans behind the tech;  and we love humans.

GREAT TECHNICAL SUPPORT INCREASES MORALE

It’s so frustrating and can get stressful when things don’t go right with technology. We’re here for you around the clock to understand your conundrums and solve them asap. Providing personable service by phone, email or chat, we’re on the other end, right with you, fighting for your resolve.

WE TRAIN YOUR PEOPLE TO KEEP YOUR COMPANY SAFE

Surprisingly your company network’s weakest link is actually the staff who may unintentionally let a malicious attack into your network. Think of it this way: We can add all the locks to your doors, but an employee can still be tricked into unbolting the door and letting the bad guys in.

We proactively train your team to help recognize these threats and can identify which employees need the most work. We’ll work with them to become your “human firewall” closing the door against phishing and malicious threats.

  Latest Security News

December 5, 2018 in Hacked

Canadian flower website hacked over four years

The Canadian website of a flower-ordering service has acknowledged that personal information including credit card numbers of an unspecified number of purchasers were exposed over a four year period ending Sept.…
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October 1, 2018 in Hacked, News

Canadian Restaurant Chain Hit With Ransomware

A Canadian company that owns many popular restaurant chains has been told to pay ransom in bitcoin to retrieve data that hackers claim to have stolen. On Monday, Recipe Unlimited —…
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September 24, 2018 in Hacked, News

Brewery Victim of Ransomware Attack via Job Vacancy Ad

Hackers took a job ad on the Arran Brewery website and posted it on international recruitment sites. One of the resumes submitted as a result had a Dharma Bip ransomware…
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September 12, 2018 in Hacked, News

Ontario Town Plans to Pay Ransom after Computers Locked Down

The Town of Midland Ontario has not had full access to its computer system since Sept. 1, including during a 48-hour period in which all computers connected to the municipal…
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