Corporate Retreat, E-Fusion, Staff Event

E-Fusion Corporate Retreat 2017!

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Fast and the Furious May Have Been Our Motto This Year! The Agenda To kick start the events, a solid meeting was had – covering our past year, where we are currently and goals for the future! We are a diverse team looking to grow and what better way to build on our foundation than […]

Welcome to the Team Ethan!

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This summer we have a new member on our team – Ethan! Its a great fit and Ethan seems to be enjoying his new career move. Hope he remembers us when he’s CEO one day 😉 The next generation is building a solid foundation – Keep up the good work and team spirit! …Wonder if we […]

Canada Day, #canada150

From Coast to Coast – Happy 150 Canada!

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This Canada Day, we celebrate the BIG 150! Luckily for most, they’re able to celebrate Canada Day this year as July 1st falls on a Saturday. And the party can continue all weekend long, including a nice recovery day on Monday! You will be sure to find the maple spirit anywhere you look, with Canada […]

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Microsoft – Surface Studio Review

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Microsoft Surface Studio You may have heard of it, or have seen an ad on the new wonder toy – er office tool. The Surface Studio has arrived and it’s worth checking out in person. Overview The Screen is Phenomenal 192ppi (4500 x 3000 resolution) 10 point multi touch 3:2 aspect ratio With a crystal-clear […]

What you need to know about: WannaCry

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What is the WannaCry ransomware? WannaCry is the name of a serious ransomware hitting Windows PCs worldwide It searches for and encrypts 176 different file types, adding .WCRY to the end of the file name The hackers demand a US$300 ransom in bitcoins to unlock the device and its files The ransom note indicates that […]

Vancouver, Sun Run, 10k, Canada, Event

Vancouver Sun Run – Apr 23

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Less than 2 days away from the 33rd annual Sun Run! Unless you live under a rock, or have not spent a Spring in Vancouver, you are well versed in the excitement that proceeds Canada’s largest 10k event! Over the years, racers have endured Mother Nature’s various moods. This Sunday, it’s safe to say the […]

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Review: Pixel. Phone by Google

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Have you heard about the Pixel yet? For Android and iPhone users alike, there is something to be said about Pixel. A few points to note: Pixel is the first phone with the Google Assistant built in Highest rate smartphone camera takes brilliant photos in bright light, low light, any light – rated DxOMark Mobile score […]

Covenant House, Sleep Out

Recap: Covenant House Sleep Out Event

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1st Annual Covenant House Sleep Out for Young Professionals: Success! Between Vancouver’s bouts of arctic chills and winter rains, 64 young professionals and leaders gathered together last night to sleep outside, raising awareness for homeless youth. Teaming up with RDH for the Sleep Out event has taught us a lot about our community. Learning about […]

Covenant House Sleep Out

Covenant House Sleep Out

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Join Joey Dong on a special night to raise awareness for youth homelessness here in Vancouver On February 16th, 2017 Joey will be sleeping outside for one night in solidarity with those youth who may face many more cold, lonely nights until they find their way through the doors of Covenant House Vancouver. By making […]

Poke Connoisseur on Our Team

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If you really like poke, hold off on waiting for Hawaiian vacations to get your fix! For those of us in the Vancouver area, the option to have some great poke is right around the corner! Seems like word is getting around about our resident foodie Joey! Jessica Purver of The Voice (Langara) recently interviewed Joey […]

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Review: Logitech and Skype for Business Collaboration

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Testing out the new Logitech + Skype for Business Video Collaboration Hardware Exhibited at Microsoft Ignite (the impressive technology conference we attended way back in September) the collaboration between Logitech and Skype seemed like an ideal match. Test In our test, we used the GROUP system: camera, speakerphone, hub, remote, wall/table mount and expansion mics. We found the plug […]

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Finnegan Ball 2016 – Prom Time

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Vancouver College‘s Finnegan Ball – A True Time Warp The 80’s were calling and everyone had a blast this weekend at the 38th annual Finnegan Ball! Everywhere you looked, fond memories of the 80’s were on display. Big hair, cassettes (as place cards), rubix cubes, and the classic hits that everyone knows the words to flooded […]

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Microsoft Ignite 2016

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Conference Wrap Up 1 week, 20 seminars and a whole lot of people watching! So much to see and learn about, this years Microsoft Ignite Technology Conference was fantastic! When: Sep 26-30, 2016 Where: Atlanta Georgia Memorable Highlights Keynotes Sessions Hands on Learning Certification Testing The Expo Swag, because everybody loves swag! Microsoft Ignite Studio Microsoft […]

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E-Fusion Corporate Retreat 2016

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What a weekend: sun, surf, and more retreat activities! From Friday evening to Sunday morning, our team gathered at the picturesque Executive Suites in Squamish BC. Getting there is as enjoyable as staying anywhere around Howe Sound. Most of our team resides in the lower mainland, with the stunning Sea-to-Sky drive in our ‘extended backyard’. Lucky right? […]

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RIO 2016 – The Olympic Adventure

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Thanks to Omega for providing the Olympic adventure of a lifetime! After 24 hours of travel, Joey and his wife Valerie arrived in Rio ready to see all the Olympics has to offer, along with their Omega guide Jorge. With stunning weather and even better views, they are making their way through a well planned […]

The Internet vs the Web

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Do you think the Internet and the Web are one in the same? Or do you know the difference? The Internet is hardware, it is the ‘interconnection of computer networks’ comprised of millions of computing devices. Everything from desktop computers, mainframes, smartphones, tablets, GPS units, car alarms, video game consoles, and vending machines are connected […]

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NAS – What is it and why it is important for your SMB

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In short, a NAS (Network Attached Storage) is a storage device connected to a network. Allowing storage and retrieval of data from a centralized location for authorized network users and heterogeneous clients. NAS devices are flexible and scale-out, meaning that as you need additional storage, you can add on to what you have. A NAS is […]

What is a Live Migration?

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Have you heard the term Live Migration and wondered if it pertained to flying south? Welcome to our Friday’s Fun Facts – Edition #1! Here we will breakdown some common technical terms and explore their uses. Check in each Friday for new posts. If you have any questions, please contact us! Live Migration The process […]

How VoIP Works

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Have you ever wondered how Voice Over IP (VoIP) works? Don’t worry, you are not alone, many SMBs owners and employees have this question! Knowing how it works will make the system easier to use for your company. What is VoIP? VoIP technology enables you to make and receive telephone calls over a broadband internet connection […]

Benefits of Using a Managed Service Provider (MSP)

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MSP’s work with your current in-house IT team, or will act as your main source Successfully running a small to medium sized business requires many factors to align well: teamwork client relationships project goals vendors deadlines, etc. This doesn’t even include the necessities like tracking/updating hardware and software, accessing client data across multiple devices, checking […]

What are Disaster Recovery Plans and Why You Need One

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A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a documented process or set of procedures to recover and protect a business IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster. Every business is susceptible to a serious incident whether natural or human triggered. Do you operate in an earthquake zone? Potential for flooding from your upstairs neighbours? Or […]

How Office 365 Will Increase Business Productivity

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Office 365 is creating a better way to do business, anytime, anywhere. Office 365 (O365) is in the cloud – with OneDrive hosting service Far behind us are the days when a physical onsite server were the only options available. With O365, OneDrive cloud hosting gives your team 24/7/365 access to business email and projects. Data encryption […]

What is Network Security?

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Network security covers a series of actions designed to protect your network. These actions protect the usability, reliability, integrity, and safety of your network and data. Effective network security targets a variety of threats and stops them from entering or spreading throughout your network. How does network security protect your business? A network security system […]

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Hello Toronto!

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We are proud to announce that our Toronto E-Fusion team is growing! This week, we would like to welcome Daniel E. to our E-Fusion team in Toronto. Providing support to our East Coast clients in a timely manner is essential. Plus it helps to have someone give us accurate snow forecasts, as we bask in our […]

Fraud prevention, technology

March is Fraud Prevention Month

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Did you know that this March is the 12th annual Fraud Prevention Month? For over a decade, each March, everyone from our Federal Government and top banks down to our local businesses are making an effort to spread the knowledge about fraud prevention. When we think of fraud, usually we picture the unknowing elderly target. […]

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Tips for Communicating During Disasters

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No matter where you live, disasters can strike Being prepared is just the beginning, but it will provide a great foundation for staying calm during times of disaster. For those of us living on the West Coast, weather is usually our common issue in terms of power outages. Storms can be quick to arrive and […]

Safer Internet Day 2016

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Today is Safer Internet Day! Safer Internet Day (SID) is organized by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world. – saferinternetday.org Quick Facts SID started as an initiative of the EU SafeBorders project in […]

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Passwords

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At times, they may feel like a necessary evil Well worth the effort to put a little thought in them! We need to diversify our passwords for fear of someone catching on, yet everywhere we login, we seem faced with a varying set of parameters for ‘safe’ passwords.  How is one supposed to keep track […]

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#PreparedBC

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Coastal living comes with many positives, it also includes a responsibility for an awareness of our area #PreparedBC There are many elements that may cause a disaster and chances are, you will not be in the safety of your home when it strikes. The province has put together a handy card to easily create your […]

Holidays

Happy Holidays!

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Wishing all of our clients, friends and families a healthy, happy & prosperous 2016! Thank you for your continued support! Stay safe and enjoy the holiday season!

#winning

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How did you spend your Thursday morning? Meeting a most inspirational living legend tops the list! Thank you BGC AGM for choosing an amazing guest speaker! #ChrisHadfield #CanadianLegend #astronaut

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Leef iBridge

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Finding yourself always juggling the storage on your phone? Welcome to Leef! Expand the storage on your iOS and Android devices If you’re like most people, your mobile phone doubles as your main camera. It’s quick at hand and oh so easy to snap 12 images to get the right angle on your ultimately stacked […]

Did you know…

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14 Strange but True Tech Facts Below is an excerpt from Josh Fruhlinger at IT World! A classic Hollywood film star and an avante-garde composer helped invent Wi-Fi Hedy Lamarr is a famous beauty of classic Hollywood; friends with George Antheil, together during WWII they patented a technology that would allow radio signals to torpedoes to […]

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Segway Tours in Halifax

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What better way to tour the city than by Segway! On a recent business trip to Halifax our President took part in the City Tour! The only way to travel 🙂 After having ridden one – I think these transport vehicles make the most sense in terms of getting people out of their cars – too bad […]

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Future Days at the Beach

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The Drone Invasion! Last weekend as I was soaking up some wonderful west coast sunshine at the beach, I couldn’t help but notice some buzzing from above. Naturally those of us that had trekked down to the beach took a photo or two to commemorate the event. Because of course, in today’s world if you […]

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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Well, I held out for as long as I could, but finally caved in! The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is the closest thing to an iPhone to date. While a bit hard to grab, it’s a nice size, fast, and the touch (rather than swipe) finger print reader is a nice change. On the downside, […]

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Bring on the luxe!

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Our new luxe business cards are in! When searching options for our new business cards, our requirements were simple: something that people will remember when handling our cards. There are umpteem combinations of finishes and stocks out there, do you fancy a glitter party? Maybe the eco savvy would prefer a card that can be replanted […]

Take it to the Track

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Pitt Meadows “Take it to the Track” Days Great Auto-X shots of our EF Racing team in action on the track at the VCMC Auto-X Event by Michael Allan! The weather started off with a mix of dread, but as the rain let off the adrenaline kicked in. A little history about the club and […]

Skype for Business is here!

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Based on the familiar Skype experience you know and enjoy at home, it will now be available for business. Q1. Will Skype for Business automatically replace Lync Online for Office 365 customers? A1. Skype for Business (formerly Microsoft Lync) is a communications and collaboration platform that brings together an experience inspired by Skype with enterprise-grade […]

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In the Market for a Rugged Tablet?

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Do you work out in the field? Need a tablet that will be your side-kick away from the safe environment of your office? Or maybe you are more of a ‘bull in a china shop’ kind of person and would rather not replace your tablet every few months. Whichever is your requirement for a tablet […]

It’s Pebble Time

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Pebble is back with a new model In the time it took me to watch this 3:52 kickstarter video, Pebble raised another $100,000, far surpassing their $500,000 goal. Currently standing at $2.7M and change, this campaign is already wildly successful! The color e-paper smartwatch with up to 7 days of battery and a new timeline […]

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FitBit¼ – New Year, New Health Resolutions

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It may be a new year, but really anytime is a great time to invest in our own health! Side note: 2015?! Already?! When did that happen?! Ok – back to the health thing. What do you do to stay active? Are you a weekend and evening warrior, constantly training for your next PR/PB? Or […]

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

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Thank you for a wonderful year! Wishing you and yours a most wonderful Holiday season and all the best for 2015! As you pry yourselves away from devices for even a few hours (eeek), be sure to enjoy some caroling (off-key is way more fun), decadent foods (calories don’t count at this time of year, […]

That’s a wrap! Celebrating with BGC is always an honour!

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Events week started with the BGC 2014 AGM. Held this year at the Fairmont Pacific Rim, great speeches and sessions were put together by the talented team members of BGC. As BGC members gathered from across the globe, E-Fusion was there to assist with PC tune-ups, updates, hardware/software issues and even directions to the loo! […]

Omega, Maëlle Ricker, Christmas 2014

Omega Christmas Party with Maëlle Ricker

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Three words: Omega Christmas Party – stellar event! Great people, gorgeous watches, delicious oysters and an Olympic gold medalist! What could have made this night even better?! Did I mention there were loot bags? 🙂 First off, MaĂ«lle is so charming and down to earth! Hometown Canadian snowboard champion, specializing in snowboard cross, won Gold […]

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Gifts – Speakers and Headsets

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With the Holidays literally right around the corner… Some of you may find yourselves traveling to see family, maybe jetting off to a peaceful vacation or just maybe you are lucky enough to have everyone land on your doorstep (invited or not)
 Here are our pics for the best ways to enjoy in a little […]

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‘Tis the Season to Give the Gift of Tinggly

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With the Holidays right around the corner, are you struggling to pair the right gifts to those on your list? Maybe they are really picky, always exchanging their gifts for something better, or insisting ‘No presents please’ but what they really mean is, ‘Find me the perfect gift!’. Maybe you are like me and have […]

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Samsung UHD TV – Are you ready?

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What is UHD TV? It is 4x the pixel count of today’s full HD. UHD creates cinema quality experience: Full HD: 1080p = 1920 x 1080 = 2,073,600 pixels UHD 4K = 3840 x 2160 = 8,294,400 pixels   Why go curved? Creating the ultimate immersion experience, ground breaking design = wider field of view. […]

E-Fusion Racing

E-Fusion Racing

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Drum roll please
. E-Fusion Racing is coming to a track near you! It is no surprise we here at E-Fusion like technology, we really, really like technology. We enjoy great cars even more (and great food too, but that is a whole other subject). So why not combine the two and see what the results […]

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Nest Thermostat

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Chances are, if you live indoors, you have a thermostat in your home. You also probably walk by it multiple times a day without giving it much thought. That is until you are either too cold or too hot, then the lonely wall gadget will finally garner your attention. Most homes now have programmable wall […]

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center

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Honouring the past and looking toward a bright future As we approach Remembrance Day here in Canada and Veterans Day in the US, it is hard to believe it has been 13 years since the tragic events that rocked New York and North America as a whole. Our sense of security was shaken to the […]

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Sprout by HP

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Creativity and productivity are ready to Sprout Considering we try to live our lives in full-on multi-task mode, isn’t it about time someone came up with a computer that could do the same? We’ve all used our fair share of printer/scanners/fax (ummm yes, I did just use that 3 letter word, if you do not […]

Inbox by Gmail is here – are you ready?

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Google Inbox Raising the bar on email service, while aiming to alleviate our EO (email overload) Google claims this is not a replacement to Gmail, Inbox is an alternative option: using what they have learned with Gmail and are aiming to make the best use of an email service to date. Every day we are […]

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VPN Security

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VPN = Virtual Private Network This is created by way of a private and secure connection between your computer/device and a server that has an internet connection. Creating a ‘safe haven’ line for your information and to prevent outsiders from creeping in. “The VPN operator has the same access to your traffic as your ISP […]

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Another Apple Event – Christmas in Autumn

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Today Apple held yet another event, I know, we’re still flying high on the iPhone 6 Plus… But wait! There’s more! Christmas may have just come early. As I put out some cookies for Santa,  let’s get the quick breakdown started! From everything to the new iPad Air 2, mini iPad 3, iMac 27″ with 5k […]

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Samsung Developing 5x Faster Wi-Fi

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Samsung Electronics announced the development of its 60GHz Wi-Fi technology. This technology is able to maintain maximum speed by eliminating co-channel interference. The key factor: the number of devices using the same network, does not affect the performance speed. 60GHz in favour of the 2.4GHz & 5GHz current wireless channels Developing new 802.11ad (current 802.11ac […]

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iTech 2014: review

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iTech 2014 has come and gone – what a great local conference! At Vancouver’s Leading IT Infrastructure & Cloud Services Conference – the day started with a nice early registration, followed by nice session options, some fantastic vendors and good networking opportunities. Even the opportunity to take a selfie with a free wheeling telepresence robot! […]

Review: iPhone 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S5

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Since I’ve been asked this question a lot lately, let’s review the iPhone 6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S5 A quick run down of the key differences: iPhone 6 Advantage: Better integration with iTunes Media / Music / Photos / Videos Sync… Better quality metal hardware vs Samsung’s plastic design Slightly better support for Apps: but […]

iPhone 6 Plus – it has finally arrived!

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The sheer size of the iPhone 6 Plus is quite remarkable for Apple. Having been an iPhone user since the early days of the 3GS (yes, I said 3), things have been, well the same. Even the iPhone 6 didn’t really have that impressive feel to me. But the 6 Plus?! This was a phablet […]

Flexible work schedules – adapting to the modern workplace

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Virgin CEO, Richard Branson, recently announced he will be adapting Netflix’s flexible time-off ‘non-policy’ (for salaried employees). Gone are the days of tracking each and every vacation day, or mid-day appointment. Flexibility and a mindful/productive balance are the keys. “
simply stated, the policy-that-isn’t permits all salaried staff to take off whenever they want for as long as they […]

The iPhone 6 has arrived – review time

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The iPhone 6 has arrived in my hot little hands and I couldn’t wait to check it out!   Some quick specs – iPhone 6 138.1 mm (5.44 inches) height 67.0 mm (2.64 inches) width 6.9 mm (0.27 inches) depth 129 grams (4.55 ounces) weight 4.7” display 1334×750 pixel resolution @326 ppi 1400:1 contrast ratio […]

The BlackBerryÂź Passport is here

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BlackBerryÂź has announced its most recent model to their smartphone lineup – the Passport. The name is derived from its size, similar to that of a travel passport. A mere 5.04 x 3.56 x 0.36 inches with a weight of 6.91 oz. This device will easily travel with you wherever you go. A brief overview […]

Apps – Helping us stay on track…

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Ahhh apps, what was life like before these wondrous little inventions? No matter the specific use, they help us stay on track and appear like we have it together! With an endless assortment of apps out there to help with everything under the sun, it can be daunting trying to find just the right one. […]

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iPhone 6 release… and no line up?

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Well it’s here. The official release date for the iPhone 6 & Plus models. Unlike past years, where we may have waited a few hours in line for the release of the latest in Apple technology, this year we easily stumbled upon a store without a single person in line! Ok, it was 45 minutes before […]

iTech 2014 – Registered? Check.

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Have you seen the ads for Vancouver’s leading IT Infrastructure and Cloud Services Conference – 12th Annual iTech 2014? Did you notice the part where registration for iTech 2014 is free before September 26? FREE! The opportunity to attend a great local event and they are literally giving away free tickets. #winwin We are looking forward to a solid lineup […]

Ubuntu Touch for Smartphones

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Ubuntu is making a new OS for smartphones called Ubuntu Touch.  They claim to have already signed a contract with 4 major household manufacturers, and carriers in the states are already pushing to be able to claim access to their devices.  With the new OS, Ubuntu states that if you dock your phone into an […]

E-Fusion at CES 2013 in Las Vegas

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1. At International CES 2013 –  Day One.  You know this show is huge when they give you five Maps. 2. On to the next CES Exhibition Room…  Finally! 3. THE FLYGRIP: My Favorite Gadget of CES 2013 –  Really Works as a great Smartphone Grip and Stand.  $29.95. I think I’m going to get […]

Nokia Lumia 920 and Windows Phone 8

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Well, I was playing with a Nokia Lumia 920 with Window 8 yesterday and found that there is no VPN support as earlier promised by Microsoft.  But, after about 2 minutes of reading leaks and such online I found that there will be an update dubbed: ‘Apollo+’ that will fix some wireless issues as well […]

Office 2013

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The long awaited release of Office 2013 is creeping up fast (most likely in January of 2013), after first use it seems not too different from Office 2010 in its features, except for a few things that jumped out at me: 1.  The interface is not all that different from Windows 8, everything is sleek, […]

Microsoft Sharepoint 2012 Conference

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E-Fusion is attending the Microsoft SharePoint 2012 Conference in Las Vegas this week.  From what we have seen so far, it’s going to be an exciting year of new Microsoft products like Office 365 Cloud, SharePoint 2013, Office 2013, Lync 2013 Windows 8, Azure Cloud and the Microsoft Surface.  It’s finally starting to all come […]

Microsoft Office for Android

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I just heard that Microsoft Office will be released for Android OS as early as January/2013…  Hallelujah!   I am not too sure about the price, but can’t beat Kingsoft price of $Fr.ee  

E-Fusion Open House Social Event at Piknik

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Well, there’s only one day left before the E-Fusion/Piknik Open House Social Event! Hope you can all make it and it’s still not too late to RSVP. The event will be held at Piknik Restaurant at 1075 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC. on Wednesday November 7th from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.  Please RSVP to Gaby at gtonnova@e-fusiontech.com. There […]

Microsoft Surface

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I got my hands on a Microsoft Surface yesterday, nice and light; the external detachable keyboard is a key feature, easy to attach and detach, similar technology to the power supply for a Macbook, connecting magnetically.  The Surface is easy to use with Windows 8, but maybe lacking in the processor and RAM you would […]