Articles By Suzanne Robicheau

Preparing for data disasters

Only a few years ago, conversations around the importance of data backup focused on natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey. These...

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Paging Dr. Watson

Only a short time ago, the biggest advances in medical technologies were laparoscopic surgeries and electronic record keeping. Fast forward...

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Dumming it Up

For more than 25 years, people have turned to For Dummies guides for help understanding everything from football, lawn care...

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Managed Cloud: Why it’s a tour de force for a fast-growing B.C. movie studio

If it was a movie, this would be a blockbuster. With the help of Canada’s lower dollar and local expertise,...

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Making the smart choice: how to find the right communications solutions

With smartphones and tablets increasingly the norm for business communication, and workplace flexibility an important tool in finding and retaining...

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Jeremy Diamond’s five step approach to management in the digital era

There are many organizational structures in today’s knowledge-intensive, high-tech economy. Faced with disruptive business models and transformative technologies, forward-looking managers...

June 9th, 2017 Suzanne Robicheau

Protecting client confidentiality: How Diamond and Diamond safeguard data in a digital world

Lawyers can’t render effective professional service without full and confidential communication with their clients, yet law firms, such as Diamond...

June 6th, 2017 Suzanne Robicheau

Making the difference between leading and lagging

Fast flowing data is transforming the face of business in our new, interconnected world. With a digital component to almost...

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Something brewing in the cloud

Most people think craft beer goes well with foods such as oysters, sausages, burgers, and wings. For Robyn Warrier, a...

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Food for thought

With the Government of Canada driving an agenda of growth, it wasn’t surprising that innovation was the hot topic in...

May 7th, 2017 Suzanne Robicheau