A Technical Agency Focused on Growing Brands


We are a St. Albert-based IT agency focused on growing brands for small to medium-sized businesses in the greater Edmonton area.



A Technical Agency Focused on Growing Brands


We are a St. Albert-based IT agency focused on growing brands for small to medium-sized businesses in the greater Edmonton area.


Commercial IT Solutions

Commercial IT Solutions

Online Presence Management

Online Presence Management

Website Development

Website Development

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  • US cybersecurity firm Mandiant has confirmed that one of its analyst's social media accounts had been compromised in an attack. It's unclear if internal networks belonging to Mandiant or its parent company FireEye had also been infiltrated. "Let's go after everything they've got, let's go after their countries, let's trash their reputation in the field," the post said of cybersecurity analysts. It called on other hackers to join its #LeakTheAnalyst operation. http://cnnmon.ie/2tSJ5Dd
  • Telecoms and content creators Bell, Rogers and Videotron began their piracy battle last year by filing a lawsuit against Canadian dealers who sell "free TV" Android boxes. Now the companies are also targeting Adam Lackman, a Montreal software developer and the founder of TVAddons — a library of hundreds of apps known as add-ons. Lackman, the defendant in a copyright infringement lawsuit launched by the television giants, was interrogated and his home searched. http://bit.ly/2vjP4Fd
  • Unsure what ransomware is and what you can do about it? Guest blogger Kristi Shmyr explains. http://bit.ly/2w6biL5
  • Google has finally added a help document in their developer section explaining how publishers and webmasters can remove Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), an open standard to have pages load quickly on mobile devices, from showing up in search results. If you decide that AMP is not driving the metrics you wanted to see, you can now safely remove your AMP content by following these instructions. http://selnd.com/2tXp4PW
  • The Daily Stormer, the neo-Nazi site which whom both GoDaddy and Google have severed ties, is now registered with the Toronto-based company Tucows Inc. The Daily Stormer was originally hosted on GoDaddy and was kicked off after posting derogatory comments about the victim of the Charlottesville rallies, Heather Heyer. http://bit.ly/2vGhUxc