Why Two-Factor Authentication Is Important While Working From Home

April 4th, 2021

Keeping your network secure is essential - no matter what line of work you’re in, if hackers can gain access to your accounts, they’ll find some way to make money off of them. Selling passwords on the darknet, ransomware attacks - you name it.

Two-factor Authentication (2FA) is one way you can secure your networks against security breaches caused by malicious (or well-intentioned but ignorant) actors.

Microsoft Office 365 & Backup

February 26th, 2021

Today, we continue our series on backing up your business data. We’re going to try to answer a pretty common question: should I backup my files when I use Microsoft Office 365?

The short answer for most businesses is yes. To understand why, we’re going to take a look at how Microsoft handles backups, their limitations, and how and why you should backup your files.

Cold Tested Backups

February 25th, 2021

The destruction of the Library of Alexandria is one of the greatest losses of information in human history.

Imagine if there had been a second, almost exact duplicate of that library...that’s the power of backing up your data.

We’ve found that there are some misconceptions about data backup - how it should be done, its overall importance, and the challenges that it presents.

Winnipeg IT Support Company, Constant C, Announces The Recommencement Of Their Monthly Lunch & Learn Webinars At The End Of February

February 19th, 2021

WINNIPEG, Canada - Constant C, Winnipeg’s most trusted IT support company for over 35 years, is delighted to announce the recommencement of their extremely popular Lunch & Learn webinars. The webinars will begin, once again, in March, providing small to medium-sized business owners with the opportunity to increase their IT knowledge in a fun and friendly learning atmosphere.

What Is A Network Assessment?

December 30th, 2020

IT has always been a complicated affair - in 2020, and moving into 2021, it’s only getting trickier. With so many people working from home, there’s never been a better time for a network assessment.

What is a network assessment, exactly? It’s an evaluation of your entire IT infrastructure, usually conducted by a third-party.

How Do Business Phone Systems Work?

November 23rd, 2020

Businesses have telephony needs that are quite different from those of residential customers. There can be dozens or even hundreds of different employees, and to give each of them their own individual phone numbers would be an exercise in absurdity.

Enter business phone systems - a diverse array of setups designed to eliminate the need for multiple phone numbers and allow for directory systems.