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Are you getting the Getty letter?

For years, Getty has been the go-to agency for images. Within their digital vaults are millions of pictures, snapshots of everything that exists under the sun; the collected work of more than 150,000 individuals, stock photo agencies, and media organizations.

Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) – What you need to know!

Bill C-28, labelled as Canada’s Anti-Spam legislation, was passed in 2010 and it goes into effect July 1, 2014. You need to be ready as it WILL affect the way most people do business in Canada. Here is what you need to know:

What does it regulate?

This bill regulates a broad range of activities that relate to sending Commercial Electronic Messages (or CEMs). A CEM is any electronic message which includes but is not limited to email, texts, instant messages, social media direct messages or any other similar means of communication.

Adobe Creative Suite 6 policy change as of June 1, 2014

Adobe’s corporate strategy is to deliver innovation more quickly to customers through our cloud offerings — Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Marketing Cloud. Their vision for Creative Cloud is to provide the creative community with a seamless, connected and productive environment where users can access apps, services, and support—wherever and whenever they want.

The Lighter Side: Spring Is In The Air

If you stand at the equator on the first day of spring, you will see the sun pass directly overhead. This only happens two times a year: the first day of spring and the first day of autumn.
Baby birds are born with the ability to sing, but they must learn the specific songs of their species.

4 Reasons You Might Be Wasting Good Advice

Have you benefited from all the good advice you’ve received over the years? Have you experienced times when you got great advice and it didn’t work?

Don’t we all want good advice from whoever can give it? There are times when even the best advice doesn’t pay off.

The Internet Of Things

In January, Google purchased home automation company Nest Labs, the maker of the Nest Thermostat, for $3.2 billion. This purchase was a huge sign that big companies (like Google) very strongly believe that we will soon live in a world where everything is connected online.

Another Reminder Of Why You Can’t Use Home Routers In Your Business

This past Christmas, a hacker reportedly stumbled upon a back door to Linksys and Netgear DSL modems that allow an attacker to reset the router’s configuration and gain Admin access. Not good!

Some routers have this “back door” open to the local computer network while others are open to the Internet side of things, opening up users of these devices to remote Internet attacks.