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  • We developed a training plan for Bell Mobility to help their corporate clients manage iPhones and iPads in their organizations.
  • We facilitated $350,000 in donations to Bridgeway Academy by overhauling their annual fundraising drive.
  • We manage a data centre that holds over 400TB of data for our clients. That's more than 1,000 times what Johnny Mnemonic could handle.
  • We helped Bell Aliant raise thousands of dollars to buy back-to-school backpacks for kids who can't afford them. It won us an award.
  • Software we build lets dozen of remote field workers in the Maritimes log their time and expenses from their iPhones. We also manage their iPhones.
  • We built the most comprehensive database of local event listings in Nova Scotia. It powers the official tourism app, which we also built.
  • Our mobile device management solution secures hundreds of iPhones and iPads for Atlantic Canadian businesses.
  • This one time, we saved a client over $20,000 in annual licensing costs for Exchange.
  • Over 70 conference speakers used a platform we developed to share their vision for education in the Maritimes.
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Featured Clients

  • AEM Ltd

    AEM Ltd

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    AEM Ltd

    AEM Ltd

    • Software Development

      Built a mobile web application to help remote workers log time & expenses.
    • Consulting Customer

      Overhauled server and network hardware on site, moved staff over to iPhones.
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  • Bell

    Bell

    • Backstage
    • Web Development
    • Training

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    Bell

    Bell

    • Bell Aliant Backpacks for Kids

      Raised enough money to donate over 10,000 back-to-school backpacks to needy families.
    • Training Customer

      Custom curriculum to help train help-desk technicians on iPad & iPhone management.
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  • Bridgeway Academy

    Bridgeway Academy

    • Backstage
    • Web Development
    • Sponsorship

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    Bridgeway Academy

    Bridgeway Academy

  • C3 Legal

    C3 Legal

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    • Consulting
    • Web Development
    • IT Support

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    C3 Legal

    C3 Legal

    • C3Legal.ca

      Built C3 Legal’s corporate site with Tumblr blog integration and a responsive design.
    • Consulting Customer

      Moved company over from PCs to Macs, moved staff to iPhones, guided purchasing.
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  • Eastport Financial

    Eastport Financial

    • Backstage
    • Consulting
    • Fixed Cost Computing
    • Training
    • IT Support

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    Eastport Financial

    Eastport Financial

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    • Fixed Cost Computing Customer

  • Egg Studios

    Egg Studios

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    • Consulting
    • Web Development
    • Training
    • Software
    • IT Support

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    Egg Studios

    Egg Studios

  • Municipality of Shelburne

    Municipality of Shelburne

    • Consulting
    • Training
    • IT Support

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    Municipality of Shelburne

    Municipality of Shelburne

    • Training Customer

      Custom curriculum to help civil servants maximize their use of iWork software suite.
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  • Nova Scotia Tourism

    Nova Scotia Tourism

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    • Web Development
    • Software

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    Nova Scotia Tourism

    Nova Scotia Tourism

  • Spark Interactive

    Spark Interactive

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    • Consulting
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    Spark Interactive

    Spark Interactive

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Peerless.

April 22, 2014 • Chris Marriott

If you invent something, there's essentially two ways to protect your intellectual property from being ripped off. The first way is to work within the legal system, file patents, and enforce them when violated. The second is to make a product that's incredibly difficult to copy. The former method is often expensive, slow moving, and ultimately ineffective in preventing competitors from plagiarizing your work. The latter method is terribly difficult because ideas are cheap, even worthless, without execution. History can be a harsh teacher

Apple has faced a fundamental challenge protecting its intellectual property for almost all of its existence. Those who know tech history will remember this issue coming to a head, nearly leading to Apple's complete failure when Microsoft copied the Mac OS. Today, it's Samsung that's ripping off Apple's original products, but they won't get away with it like Microsoft did.

For most of its history,...

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