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    A Business Guide for Moving to the Cloud

    The role of information technology within businesses continues to change. No longer do they require their own server farms or internal IT departments. Today, much of what’s done to support employees and customers is taken care of remotely. On the maintenance side, businesses have moved to an IT management services model. In other words, support… Keep Reading…

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    Why everyone should learn Python in 2020 & post-COVID

    Python, created in 1991 by Guido Van Rossum, is a popular programming language that can be used for web development, software development, and system scripting. It works seamlessly on distinct platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi, and more. Python has a simple and easy-to-understand syntax like the English language. In the past few decades,… Keep Reading…

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    Peter Triassi Montreal and A look at the inevitable resurrection of tourism in Montreal

    Peter Triassi Montreal has high hopes for Montreal, as well as the rest of the world when it comes to beating and rising back up from the COVID-19 pandemic.   The City of Montreal has started to resurrect its downtown district after months of closures, social distancing, and travel restrictions, plus the crippling economic fallout brought… Keep Reading…

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    Pietro Triassi Montreal and the road so far for the Montreal Canadiens in the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Pietro Triassi Montreal is one of the biggest Montreal Canadiens fans that people will ever meet.  And since the NHL resumed and the Stanley Cup playoffs are well underway, Pietro Triassi could not be any happier. The playoffs were supposed to begin in April and conclude in June.  However, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the… Keep Reading…

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    Remi Landau on the digital future of the fashion industry

    The pandemic has posed a challenge to the fashion industry.  The health crisis has affected the global supply chain and has led to the closure of brick-and-mortar businesses, along with the decrease in consumer purchases.  Due to the current situation, the release of the usual seasonal lineup of fashion brands has also changed.  But despite… Keep Reading…

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    Steve Fisackerly’s business management tips for 2021

    2020 is both humbling and disastrous for business owners around the world.  The outbreak of COVID-19 led to the closure of thousands of businesses due to several reasons such as their inability to adapt to the changes necessary to operate under these new circumstances, lack of emergency funds to keep the company afloat, or the… Keep Reading…

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    Anouk Govil’s fun way to practice social distancing

    Anouk Govil has always been in love with the great outdoors.  In fact, she highly recommends taking advantage of what’s left of the summer to venture out to a nature preserve and have a blast, while of course, following social distancing and other safety protocols.   The fact of the matter is, there are so many… Keep Reading…

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    How Is Workplace Discrimination Proven?

    Workers, and the general American public, are becoming more aware of discrimination and hate than ever.  This change can be useful because it opens up a conversation about positive changes and allows our country to step up to the occasion.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t change people’s behavior, and some may still practice discrimination or hate.  Companies… Keep Reading…

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    What Are the Current Top Hashtags?

    During the past few years, there has been a tremendous amount of growth in the world of social media. This has given rise to numerous platforms. Some of the top social media platforms include Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter. While hashtags started on Twitter, they have spread to numerous other platforms as well. Now, hashtags… Keep Reading…

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