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Leveraging Office 365 In Small Businesses

Leveraging Office 365

At Brock IT we deal primarily with small and medium sized businesses around eastern Ontario and the most common statement we hear from businesses we meet is that they don’t see the value in IT systems. It’s an expense to them and not treated as an asset. This is, in my opinion anyway, caused by […]

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Residential IT Partners

Tech Tutors

We get asked by almost every new client and at least weekly by random phone call if we do residential IT, and the answer is no. Many people don’t realize this but Residential and Corporate/Commercial IT are extremely different and require very different skill sets and tool sets. That’s why a good residential IT company […]

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5 Keys to Disaster Recovery Planning

Backups - Disaster Recovery Plan

According to “IT Pulse” when IT Systems fail, and employees are unable to access their files, 552 employee work-hours are lost annually. That is more than a quarter of the year for a single employee of a typical small business! So how is your Disaster Recovery Plan? How do you define a DISASTER? Disaster doesn’t […]

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5 Reasons You Should Invest In IT Services

Frustrated user

In today’s world, businesses rely heavily on electronics for communication purposes, transactions and even to make or provide products to their customers. When your technology isn’t working correctly it can cause negative implications for both you, your employees and your customers. The levels of frustration and time that it may cause to try and fix […]

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New Ransomware Attack!

The following is an excerpt from an article written by Russel Brandom at Verge: “A major ransomware attack has brought businesses to a close throughout Europe, in an infection reminiscent of last month’s WannaCry attack. The most severe damage is being reported by Ukrainian businesses, with systems compromised at Ukraine’s central bank, state telecom, municipal […]

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