Nuts and Bolts: A Holiday Tradition

One of the traditional activates that happens around our house during the Holiday Season is to make a big batch of homemade Nuts and Bolts. For those of you not familiar with the delicious snack you take a couple of different kinds of cereal (in our case it’s definitely Cheerios and Rice Chex), mix in ...

Skyway Recommended November 11th to 17th

This week: BitTorrent Use Declines; Where’s the Federal Digital Strategy?; 3 Canadian Cities on Smart List; Snapchat Rejects Facebook Offer,Waits for Bigger Payday; Ottawa Warns of Rural Spectrum Loss if not used; Indy ‘Net Governance Threatened; Challenge of Secure Email Each Monday we’ll pass on links to articles we thought were well worth reading from ...

E100 Fibre (Fiber) Service is the New T1

Not too long ago, BC and Alberta enterprise customers connected to the Internet with a T1 service. A T1 gave users a Guaranteed, Full Duplex 1.5 Mbps Internet connection that included an SLA (Service Level Agreement).  Today you can get a 10 Mbps Fibre service for about the same monthly cost as you would have ...

Skyway Recommended November 4th to 10th

This week: Check for AdobePassword Leak; Internet of Things Overhype?; Cloud Computing Matters; Facebook’s Failure; Berners-Lee Appalled at Spy Agency Encryption-Cracking; Gates scolds Zuckerberg Each Monday we’ll pass on links to articles we thought were well worth reading from the previous week, for those who live where we do (British Columbia, Canada), work like we ...

High Speed Cable or Business ADSL(DSL)?

05. November 2013 Internet Services 0
ADSL or Cable? Or Why not Both? If your business is in BC or Alberta, do you go with High Speed Cable or Business ADSL to connect to the Internet? Both have their advantages and disadvantages. High Speed Cable gives you very High Speeds at a very Low Cost. But there is also additional latency ...

Skyway Recommended October 28th to November 3rd

This week: Quantum Computing Interest after NSA Cracking; Tech Giants Bolster Defenses Against Unauthorized Spying; Google Using Barges for Data?; NSA tapped Google and Yahoo Abroad; CEOs Clueless about Technology Each Monday we’ll pass on links to articles we thought were well worth reading from the previous week, for those who live where we do ...