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TekSavvy is proud to sponsor Ottawa Dev Day 2015

[fa icon="calendar'] May 4, 2015 11:54:26 AM / by Spencer Antaya posted in General, Ottawa, Sponsorship

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Let's Stop Cyber Bullying

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 2, 2015 10:47:15 AM / by Spencer Antaya posted in General

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Phishing Season

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 11, 2015 4:32:19 PM / by Spencer Antaya posted in Business, customer service, General, High Speed Internet, phishing, Residential, scam, Technical, Teksavvy

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Did you know that when you are on the Internet, it’s always phishing season? You won’t be catching any perch, but you will definitely be having shiny toys dangled in front of you to try to bait and lure you in. Believe it or not, there are people on the Internet always at the ready to take advantage of you.

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The Best Ways to Spend Your Family Day This February

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 10, 2015 10:00:11 AM / by Spencer Antaya posted in family, Family Day, General, High Speed Internet, High Usage Rate, online, Residential

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It’s February. Spring is around the corner, but winter still lets us know that we are The Great White North, reminding us of our favourite season here in Canada. That’s okay, because we have a fantastic holiday filled with warmth and love coming up! No, not that one... It’s Family Day! Family Day is a holiday meant to spend with family to create, share and foster memories with those that mean so much to us all.

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2014 Gift Guide

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 19, 2014 10:00:44 AM / by TekSavvy Solutions Inc posted in Uncategorized

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The holidays are here, and as the song says, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Whether you’re planning on braving your local shopping mall or are hoping to make the majority of your purchases online, we’ve got something for everyone over the next eleven pages, and hopefully we can make your holiday gift grabbing a little easier as the days tick down to December 25th!

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The phishing's fine at the Justice Department

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 17, 2014 10:00:00 AM / by tsiblogs posted in Business, customer service, Residential

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All companies and government offices work diligently to provide and deploy the best and most up-to-date security on the market. Canada's Justice Department operates no differently and, following some internal testing, they are taking a long look at employee email habits.

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Avoid phishing attempts

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 5, 2014 10:00:40 AM / by tsiblogs posted in Residential

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These days, hackers and cyber criminals attacking innocent citizens isn't uncommon. There seem to constantly be new stories of individuals who were just trying to use the Internet falling victim to schemes to steal their identities without even realizing it.

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TekTruths: Smartphone Photography

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 18, 2014 10:09:38 AM / by tsiblogs posted in Uncategorized

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There is a Perfect Exposure

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Commerce électronique : un net avantage pour augmenter vos ventes

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 31, 2014 10:00:03 AM / by tsiblogs posted in Business, www.bdc.ca

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D'après la firme Forrester Research, les consommateurs canadiens ont dépensé 20 milliards de dollars en ligne en 2013. De plus, les ventes en ligne devraient atteindre 34 milliards de dollars en 2018.

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What Internet rules do Canadian parents enforce?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 29, 2014 10:00:31 AM / by tsiblogs posted in High Speed Internet, Residential

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Despite what so many kids around the world likely believe, when parents enforce rules, they almost always do so for their child's own good. For instance, kids usually aren't allowed to gorge on all of their candy on Halloween night. While there are probably some little ones out there who aren't particularly happy about this, moms and dads don't want them to experience teeth issues because of the large amounts of sugar, nor do they want the kids to get stomach aches.

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