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The Tech Buzzwords You Hear Around Your Office Space Toronto

Business trends are not just defined by buzzwords and popular fads – but knowing about them can be helpful even if you do not adopt them. Buzzwords like QR codes, Monetizing social media presence, Tweets, Redit, Channels and Platforms, Brand advocacy, Crowd-funding , Comment, Share, Post, Recommend or Check-in are the ones that most people who have office space Toronto are still learning about and slowly adopting. This is unless, of course, they are early adopters or work in the tech industry. Two of the new buzzwords that you will be hearing around your office space Toronto water cooler and meeting rooms Toronto are Content Curation and Optimize for Mobile Search. Now that you have heard them here, you might want to know what they are – so you will know what people are talking about when ...

Executive Suites Toronto are Not Just for Professionals

Executive suites Toronto are used by all types of businesses and professionals for various reasons. Some professionals such as doctors, lawyers and accountants use them as a private place to get work done without the distraction of clients visiting them. Other businesses use them as a place of prestige to showcase themselves to potential customers. Every office space Toronto tenant has his or her own reason for having an office for rent Toronto at an office business centre. Once a small business has outgrown its kitchen table or home office, then it might be in the market for an off-site office space to give their booming small business room to breathe. One of the easiest office space Toronto solutions for many small businesses is executive suites Toronto. Small entrepreneurs and professio...

Remembering A Good Password is The Next Challenge

Last week we blogged about creating a good password for your office space Toronto computer, as well as having a different stronger password for your various e-mails and online accounts. We showed that a strong password includes upper and lower case characters, numbers and punctuation marks like @#3$%^&!. The problem is remembering that good password without writing it down. This morning in the kitchen at our Toronto office space, a few people were talking around the water cooler and discussing tricks on how to create a strong password that is easy to remember. One idea was to make the password an easily remembered phase like “I like my coffee double double.” This, however, would not be a good password because it includes whole words and no numbers. Instead you could have &#...

How to Make Your Office Space Toronto Password Stronger

In our previous blog we discussed the need for having strong or even stronger passwords on you office space Toronto computer and for your e-mail, financials, personal data, online banking and other places on the internet that you wish to keep safe from cyber criminals and would-be hackers. In this blog we will give you some help and information about how to create a stronger password. As we mentioned in the previous blog, you should avoid using whole words because they make it too easy for intruders to guess. When creating a strong password consider using various types of alphabetical characters (upper and lower case), numbers and punctuation symbols such as ` ~ ! @ # &$ % ^  * ) ( _ – + = { } [ ] \ | : ; ” ‘ < > , . ? /. A password might meet all the criteria a...

Is Your Office Space Password Strong?

Keeping computer files, e-mails, financial information and other online activities safe from hackers is often a topic of conversation around the water cooler in many Toronto office spaces and other offices around the country.  As most people know, the first line of security is the password that is used on the computer as well as the passwords for e-mail and online sites. What most people do not realize is that there are passwords and there are strong pA$sw0rdZ. The object when choosing strong passwords for use on your executive suites Toronto computer or on the Internet is to make it as difficult as possible for a would-be cyber criminal or intruder to guess you passwords, whether it be by educated guesses from information they have accessed about the individual who created the password or...

What are Executive Suites Toronto?

When most people hear the words executive suites Toronto” they think of offices for the chief executive officer or other senior executives. Often when small companies or entrepreneurs are looking for office space Toronto, they overlook locations offering executive suites Toronto because they assume that they will be expensive and just for corporate types. Executive suites Toronto are an excellent alternative to the traditional office for lease Toronto because you can rent them for however long you want – or as short as a single day. Many companies who have rented an executive suite for a daily office rental (to impress a client) have really enjoyed the arrangement. They decided they wanted either a full-time or part-time office and so have remained with a Toronto executive office branch fo...

Not Having To Go Into My Office Space Toronto

It is days like today that I am happy that I have the option of not having to go into my office space Toronto and instead work remotely from home. I woke up this morning to find my car buried in a snowbank and I did not have the energy to dig it out (too much Christmas leftovers last night). I had a great deal of work today and because I could not get my car out, I decided to work from home. All of my files are stored on my cloud server and if clients wanted to reach me at my Toronto office space, I gave the receptionist instructions to forward my calls to my cellphone. My clients hear the same friendly voice who always answers my calls. When she transfers the call, they believe that I am working at my downtown Toronto office space. This was working quite well until a client wanted to meet...

Christmas Eve Day at Our Office Space Toronto

Twas the day before Christmas and there were many people wandering the halls of our office space Toronto. Smiles were everywhere and some people even had eggnog instead of their complimentary coffee! Even many of those who do not celebrate the Christian holiday were wrapped up in the spirit of goodwill associated with the commercial trappings of the holiday. It was pleasant to hear “Merry Christmas” rather than “Happy Holidays” from people you did not know. One conversation that was overheard in the kitchen of our office space Toronto was about the most requested thing that mall Santas were being asked for. Along with the usual top trending toys, this year Santa is getting a lot of requests for an Ikea monkey or a pet wild turkey like the one that has been seen alon...

Do You Get What You Pay For In A Virtual Office Toronto?

There is the old saying that “You get what you pay for.” However, that phrase does not always apply when it comes to virtual office Toronto alternatives. There are plenty of choices out there, plenty of Toronto virtual office options. But comparing them may not be easy. When you are looking for the best virtual office Toronto solution, some virtual office providers will try to sell you on the most expensive plan available – but it may not be the best fit for your business. Their goal is to sell you on what is best for them; not always what is best for you. Your job is to determine if your small business needs a virtual office Toronto solution that includes a major downtown core-office business address that looks upscale to potential clients – or simply a basic office space Toro...

How Are You Going To Deal With The One-Day Teachers Strike?

One-day work stoppages by teachers have been happening around the province. But Tuesday they will hit home for those with office space Toronto who have children in elementary school. Last week when one York Region area was affected by the one-day strike, a few Toronto office space tenants who had children in those schools decided to work from home rather than at their downtown office space. Today, an office for rent Toronto client couple who lives in Hamilton decided to bring their son into the office and put him to work doing some filing. So, much of the water-cooler conversations around the kitchens of our office space Toronto and in the line-up at Tim Hortons on the fourth-floor of the Toronto Star Building, involved what people in Toronto would do tomorrow when more schools were closed...

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