Updated February 12, 2018

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February 12, 2018:
The Forest is 23 years old this week! Our heartfelt thanks go out to all of our loyal customers. We will continue to uphold our ideals of honesty, quality and an unmatched commitment to service. Along with our amazing partner organizations, our customers can rest assured that we will always hold these principles at the core of everything we do!

Oh, and remember - backup, backup, BACKUP!

July 1, 2017:
Happy 150th Birthday Canada!

It's a teeny bit embarrassing that we haven't posted anything in a large number of months... But we've been pretty darn busy! Exciting things are happening at the Forest, including design of a new website (finally), major upgrades to our data centre offerings (also finally), and refreshes to our Forest Cloud offerings (yay!)

We'll have more updates coming soon... In the meantime, our heartfelt thanks to all our loyal customers, many of whom have been with us for almost two decades - and some for even longer! Remember, it's never too late to be part of the Forest family, and experience for yourself why our customers are so loyal.

December 18, 2016:
From all of us, to all of you - our sincere best wishes for the holiday season and the coming new year!

This past year has seen an unprecedented evolution in systemic attacks, hacks, viruses and other malware. Massive organizations including Yahoo, Amazon, and indeed the FBI have all been victims of large-scale breaches. Some might think - given the limitless resources of those organizations, why can't they protect themselves?

It is indeed a huge challenge, and it's not going away. All you can do is be agile and vigilant - we have found that the single most helpful thing is to EDUCATE USERS. Don't auto-preview e-mails. Don't open attachments without thinking long and hard about the possible content. Investigate suspicious links before clicking on them by hovering over them or right-clicking them first! Most people don't know this, but a visible link or what you see as an e-mail address may not necessarily be what is actually underlying in the code!

For a detailed security consultation, don't hesitate to contact us. Leverage our long experience as some of the best trusted advisors in the business to help keep you safe.

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