Brendan Howe is the CEO and owner of TDCNet. In that role he advises TDCNet’s small and mid-sized business clients on how to effectively use technology to increase their company’s efficiency, profitability and security.
Brendan has three goals for every business he works with:
Have IT systems and a network that just works, freeing business owners from recurring issues and frustrating computer problems.
Provide all staff with fast and effective Help Desk support when they have computer issues or requests they need solved.
Receive and use top notch advice on how to use technology better to achieve business goals.
Brendan frequently conducts seminars and training sessions for business owners, many of whom find technology frustrating and don’t have time to keep track of the latest developments. Brendan sees his role as someone who can explain technology solutions in plain English that business owners can easily understand.
Brendan writes TDCNet’s monthly technology strategy brief “Managing Uptime” and frequently posts advice for business owners on the TDCNet Blog. His new TDCNet Tech Tip videos have also become quite popular.
Brendan has also authored several E-Books, including:
5 Critical Facts Every Business Owner Must Know Before Moving Their Network To The Cloud
What Every Small Business Owner Must Know About Protecting Their Critical Data and Computer Systems
12 Little-Known Facts and Insider Secrets Every Business Owner Should Know About Backing Up Their Data and Choosing a Remote Backup Service.
Brendan is a member of the Advisory Board of the George Brown Institute for Entrepreneurship. He is also active in politics, having previously worked at the Ontario Legislature for the Leader of the Official Opposition. Brendan’s other private sector experience includes working as a communications consultant at GPC Communications (now part of Fleishman-Hillard) and in Sofia, Bulgaria as the Editor-in-Chief and Operations Manager of The Sofia Echo, that country’s English-language newspaper for the expatriate community.
Brendan has a BA in Politics from Western and also attended England’s Lancaster University.