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Kristopher Morrison

Kristopher Morrison is a journalist with® and a content manager with Biz-Zone Internet Group Inc. Connect with Kris on Twitter, Linked In, Google +.

Articles by Kristopher Morrison

Inkjets vs Lasers: Is a Shift Coming to Business Printing?

October 14th, 2014

Recently, Epson and HP have released lines of inkjet printers using new technology designed to see inkjet printers rival the text quality of laser printers. We decided to put these claims to the test and paired off the new Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4630 with the HP Officejet Pro 8620.

What Does A CASL Compliant Email Look Like?

July 3rd, 2014

The day has come. Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation is now active and how businesses can communicate with clients has changed. But in what way have those communications changed? What does a CASL compliant email or text message look like?

CASL: Penalties, Timelines and Opting-Out

June 5th, 2014

There has been some confusion over how penalties will work when CASL takes effect. In addition to government enforcement, the law allows for private civil action as well.

CASL: What is Canadas Anti-Spam Legislation?

June 2nd, 2014

Make no mistake, this legislation will affect almost all Canadian businesses. In a series of articles, we will be breaking down what CASL is, what kinds of penalities you could face, and how to best protect your business and comply with the legislation.

Accounting in the Cloud: Vendor Shoot-Out Updated

February 23rd, 2014

In an earlier article, we wrote about the benefits of cloud-based accounting software. Now, we will compare the three big accounting software providers.

Budget 2014: What's in Store for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses

February 12th, 2014

While the Harper Government’s Economic Action Plan 2014 is not introducing any new taxes on small and medium sized businesses, it isn’t providing much in the way of new money.

Accounting in the Cloud

October 30th, 2013

Business owners take note: Moving your books and accounting to the cloud is an idea you should no longer relegate for future consideration.