Disaster Recovery – Backups and why they are important

Disaster Recovery - Backups and why they are important

Every day at a typical company, staff are using their systems and updating databases and documents. It’s important to have reliable backups in the event of a disaster, such as a malware attack, natural disasters, fires and the like. If disaster strikes, the ability to reconstitute your systems and data quickly becomes, crucial to business […]

COVID-19 Client Update

Myriad Clients, We hope you are all staying healthy and safe during this challenging time. We have been working diligently to provide the best service possible to all of our clients as we respect the orders coming from the Chief Medical Health Officer. We take our client’s, and our employees health very seriously, and while […]


Dear Myriad Clients, We have been tracking recent wide-scale cyber-attacks using ransomware which automatically encrypts files on your PC (and shared drives) causing them to be corrupt unless you pay a fee to decrypt them. There is now another wide-scale attack spreading called Petya which is using the same tactics. This is a reminder to […]

New Remote Support Client Portal

So those of you that know me, know that I haven’t always been a huge fan of remotely administering client PC’s via a remote support client. The truth is that I enjoy the in person customer experience, I like getting out of the office and visiting our clients face to face. That being said – […]

Myriad Provides Technical Support to CIDA Mission in Cambodia

In February Myriad was asked to provide expertise and training to an international technical mission to Cambodia. I am writing this post from Phnom Penh, Cambodia where we have spent the last few days working with the Cambodia Government as well as private sector partners. Cambodia is an amazing place, the people are wonderful and […]

Client Security Update: November

Dear Clients, Please be advised that our security team at Myriad has become aware of a new Trojan Ransomware Virus known as “Cryptolocker” “ransom.trojan” or “Troj/Ransom-ACP” This virus was once thought only to infect and target computers in the U.S. we now know that this is not the case and the virus is spreading rapidly […]