What’s new at The Dunham Group

Scrum Post-It Notes

Lots of new things are happening at The Dunham Group as we grow and implement the Scrum framework for software development.

TDG adds ZOLL AED to office

AED training in the workplace

The Dunham Group now has an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in the office.

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)

CASL: Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation

The new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) takes effect on July 1, 2014. Here’s everything you need to know to be compliant with CASL.

New vulnerability found in Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer Warning

Microsoft has confirmed a new vulnerability that could allow remote execution of code and affects every version of Internet Explorer.

Is your business protected from the Heartbleed bug?

Heartbleed

The Dunham Group IT department has been on top of the issues that have threatened the security of many websites because of the Heartbleed vulnerability.

It’s time to stop using Windows XP

Windows XP is shutting down

As of today, Microsoft will be no longer be providing support and updates for the Windows XP operating system.

Getty images can now be used for free, sort of

Getty Images Embed This Image Screenshot

Getty Images, the world’s largest source for stock photography, has made a good portion of its catalog available for free for non-commercial use.

Spring should just hurry up!

Spring Flowers

Spring is time of ‘new-birth’ and it’s about time that all of us started to feel that in the environment.

It’s a boy!

Jeremy McMaster and his baby Seth

The Dunham Group welcomed our first office baby on Monday, February 24, as Leanne, wife of our IT Services division’s Jeremy McMaster gave birth to their first child, Seth Michael.

News for August 2013

Here’s some news for the month of August about The Dunham Group and about some members of our team.

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