Gov’t Releases $61 million to bring high-speed internet access to more homes in Northwestern Ontario

Gov’t Releases $61 million to bring high-speed internet access to more homes in Northwestern Ontario

On March 1, 2023 the federal and provincial government announced funding of over $61 million to bring high-speed internet access to more than 16,000 homes in 47 rural Ontario communities and three First Nations communities in Northern Ontario. The funding will be for six projects by Bell Canada, the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre and Keewaytinook Okimakanak.

The Battle of iPhone vs. Android: Which Reigns Supreme?

Smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, and for many people, the choice between iPhone and Android is a crucial one. This decision has been a subject of debate for years as both platforms have their loyal followers. But the question remains — which one reigns supreme? In this article, we’ll dive deep into the iPhone vs. Android battle and examine every aspect of each platform. From design and build quality to hardware and performance, we’ll explore each factor that contributes to making a smartphone worth your investment. So, buckle up and get ready to find out which one is the winner in the race of the best smartphones.

The Biggest Cyber Threats to Watch Out for in 2023

In an age where cybercrime is on the rise, it’s important to keep an eye out for the biggest cyber threats set to emerge in 2023. From social engineering and phishing to IoT attacks and ransomware, these threats have the potential to wreak havoc on individuals and businesses alike. To stay safe, it’s important to arm yourself with knowledge and take preventive measures such as updating software, using strong passwords, and educating yourself and your employees. As technology continues to evolve, so do the threats that come with it. By staying informed and proactive, you can ensure that you’re ready to face whatever comes your way in the ever-evolving world of cybercrime.

Tech Speak 101

We use a lot of abbreviations here at KNET (which, did you know, stands for Kuhkenah Networking).

We also, realize that not everyone knows what we are talking about when we say we specialize in ICT (Information Communication Technology). So, in this post, we are breaking down some of the most used abbreviations at KNET. It’s like learning a new language, tech speak.

KNET Featured in the National Post

In December of last year, KNET was featured in an article by the National Post highlighting the lack of adequate technology, faulty connections, and underfunded broadband projects in Indigenous and remote communities of Canada. Jesse Fiddler, K-Net director, was quoted, in the article, discussing the services KNET provides communities in Northwestern Ontario and some of the challenges.