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Marjo Johne

Marjo Johne

Marjo Johne is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and copywriter who's written on a widely diverse range of topics—from small business and cutting-edge technology to personal finance, medical sciences, and health and fitness. Her stories have appeared in national publications, such as The Globe and Mail and the National Post. On the copywriting side, she's worked for such companies as Microsoft, IKEA, and Air Canada. Marjo is well known for writing that's clean, rhythmic, and engaging. She is a quick and fearless learner who's always game to tackle any topic—even quantum physics.

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September 19, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Going to SecTor 2018? Put these 5 sessions on your calendar

SecTor 2018 is an IT security conference coming to Toronto this fall. Don't miss these sessions covering everything from endpoint security to the cloud.


August 1, 2018 | 3 Minute Read

3 Toronto tech conferences you should attend this fall

This fall's slate of tech conferences brings fresh ideas that can help IT managers bolster their security and innovate for their companies.


July 3, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Travel security risks don't take a break for vacations

Travel security risks can become a big concern when employees go on vacation. Here's how you can safeguard your company from cyber attacks.


May 29, 2018 | 3 Minute Read

Could encryption breakers threaten your mobile security?

Recent news about government-approved encryption breakers has many IT pros wondering about their mobile security. Learn how you can stay secure here.


May 2, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Organizing your office this spring? Start with your printer

If you're organizing your office this spring, the best place to start is the company printer. Learn how you can freshen up your print environment here.


March 28, 2018 | 4 Minute Read

Top 5 Canadian government social media accounts to follow

Canada's politicians and government officials are tapped into the latest innovations—all the more reason to follow their government social media accounts.