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New Website Launched

I am very pleased to announce the launch of the next generation website for York Computer Services:

Along with a fresh, new look we have included some features that will make visiting the site a quicker, easer and more interactive experience.
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Why Use Android in Business Life


Our lives are completely wrapped around Google. Okay, that was a bit of an exaggeration. But there’s no denying that we make very extensive use of Google’s data search and access capabilities in our personal as well as business lives. Google is no longer a noun; it’s a verb. Want to do a background check on a prospective client? Google him or her. Want to know if the hotel in which your assistant booked you a room for your upcoming business trip to Edmonton is a decent one? Google the hotel.
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Should Your Company Adopt a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy?

In recent years, an increased number of organizations have willingly or unwillingly adopted a bring-your-own-device policy. Two of the main catalysts driving this bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend are:
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Why SMBs Need Professional IT Support Services?

In order to compete and survive in today’s highly competitive business world, businesses need to rely heavily on their IT systems. But businesses’ IT systems need to be fast, secure and reliable if they are to perform to their full potential in the world of ecommerce and internet. Large businesses have the advantage of being able to maintain dedicated IT departments for efficiently managing their IT infrastructure, but many SMBs lack the resources to do so.
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Laptop vs. Tablet: Which is Better for Your Business?


The growing popularity of ultra-portable tablets has sparked debate over whether they have the potential to replace their predecessors—laptops. True, tablets have the edge of being very portable and having interfaces that totally redefine the term “user-friendly”. In fact, these two qualities give tablets the ability to be used by almost anyone—and in almost any way imaginable. Granted, they are ideal for someone on the move. But can tablets really replace laptops? Especially considering the immense power and multitasking abilities of a laptop.
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