On Wednesday, April 26th, 2023, North Eastern Communications Network Inc. (NEOnet Inc.) held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) virtually, to move and ratify the organization's official business.
Digital transformation is a must for non-profits in order to stay competitive and reach their goals. With the right resources, non-profits can leverage technology to increase their impact and create meaningful change. Our team has compiled a list of technology resources to help your organization make an impact digitally.
October is Small Business Month and our partners at Digital Main Street and NEOnet's Digital Services Squad are excited to share a variety of resources for your small business!
While traditional connectivity may not be available for many small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and will require the purchase or installation of additional or specialized equipment to achieve the minimum service level of 25Mbps. Many SMEs are unable to utilize this technology because...
NEOnet is thrilled to let you know that applications are now being accepted for the new round of the $2,500 Digital Main Street Digital Transformation Grants! Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2022, or until funds are fully exhausted. There are a limited number of grants available, so apply early!
On Wednesday, April 20th 2022, North Eastern Communications Network Inc. (NEOnet Inc.) held their Annual General Meeting at the Timmins Museum: National Exhibition Center, as well as a virtual session, to move and ratify the organization’s official business.
The Caisse Alliance Marketing Fund (CAMF), The Business Technology Improvement Fund (BTIF), and Broadband for Remote Areas (BIRA)
A phishing email is a scam email in which the sender hopes to gain access to the recipients’ personal information in some form or plays on their vulnerability, such as asking them for something to some extent. They range from ones that you can typically spot, such as a deceased individual who has left you a lump sum of money, to more “hard to spot” ones, such as reconfirming your log in details to access a service. Additionally, some mimic the look of an electronic bank transfer. But why do some people fall for them?
Happy Small Business week to all of our Small and Medium Sized enterprises in the region! Here is our schedule of events for Small Business Week – we will also be attending other sessions with community partners this week, we hope to see you there virtually!
NEOnet is a proud sponsor of the Link North Pitch Event taking place virtually on November 18, 2021. This is a competition in which entrepreneurs can pitch their innovative ideas to a panel of judges for a chance to win a prize!
Most of you have been relying more than usual on technology, or you may know people who started using technology. Thankfully, technology and technological solutions and software have made it possible for many to work remotely. Depending on the work you do you may have transitioned back to a traditional work setting, in an office setting. However, there is one thing that was not largely spoken about.
There are many different types of Internet services globally to get you connected to the World Wide Web. This is a heated topic today, especially now due to the COVID-19 pandemic and many working or learning from home. The Internet has become central to our lives – including its importance in staying connected with family and friend, let alone its reliance for work and studies.
Within the past 2 years, most mobile cellular companies have released their “Unlimited” Cellular Data Options for their subscribers. While they are mostly the same, generally starting at 10 GB of unlimited High-Speed Internet data for the device. What is the difference between the “High Speed” and the “reduced speeds” they refer to?
Most of us have experienced it - slow, “laggy” and congested networks – especially within the past months due to the COVID-19 Pandemic when we were more frequently online working, staying connected, studying and for entertainment. But what exactly is ‘network congestion’ and what really causes it and how can we get past it?
We might all be feeling the technology strain since the COVID-19 pandemic and the self-distancing orders put in place and in-person meetings transitions to all taking place online instead. Granted in-person meetings are easier to have conversations based on body language and facial queues to indicate a question and wanting to speak next, but online it is a little more difficult, especially for questions (even with video).
While social distancing from others (due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic), there might be gaps in your social structure, one of which is spending time with friends or family and occasionally getting together to watch a movie or a favorite TV program. While at the beginning of this call-to-action by our government(s), Netflix quickly launched their extension “Netflix Party” to watch their platform with others.
Schooling has become more difficult for many students that relied on the social aspect of in-classroom learning and having the teacher present for hands-on learning and support. Others may have also relied on the personal interaction with peers and other support within the classroom to help them focus and learn social skills. Many parents and others were introduced to the online meeting platform Zoom, among others. The use of Zoom (and other video-based communication platforms) has helped many individuals stay connected for work, education, social interactions, religious ceremonies and other community support that are being offered while respecting physical distancing.
The fifth generation of mobile technology or 5G as we typically call it is upon us (already in testing in certain areas of the United States), but what are the largest differences compared to our current 4G LTE networks?