MCSNet is pleased to announce the appointment of Jerico VanBrabant as our new Chief Executive Officer.
Jerico has many years of experience in Customer Service, Information Technology & Management. More recently Jerico has held the position of Chief Technology Officer with MCSNet for the past 8 years.
MCSNet welcomes Jerico’s experience and leadership and we wish him all the success to lead the way forward.
If you see a pop-up survey from MCSNet, it's a scam. If you get an email pretending to be from MCSNet asking for your password, or to click a link to some odd site, it's a scam. We have no online surveys and we will never ask you for your password, and any electronic communication from MCSNet will come from MCSNet and reply to MCSNet, for example @mcsnet.ca and http://mcsnet.ca
When speeds are a concern, use a cable instead of Wi-Fi.
A cabled connection will provide more bandwidth, better latency, and improved reliability. Wi-Fi may be convenient for avoiding the cabling setup, but if you plan to stay in your current residence for a length of time, it may be worth it to get a cable or two run to endow the best experience through your local network.
If your Netflix subscription is running you into the usage cap, or isn't running smoothly, click this link for adjusting the Netflix usage setting can help.
Similarly, the Magic Actions add-on for Firefox or Chrome can fix Youtube issues as well.
We will be emptying the trash folders for all e-mail accounts.
If you have important messages in trash, please dust them off and give them a nice folder to stay in. The trash folders will be emptied automatically. In the average mailbox, the trash is taking up about 25% of the used message space. We will never email you asking for your password or asking you to click a link.
With thunderstorm season approaching, please help to protect your equipment by ensuring that it is behind a grounded surge suppressor.
If you are in a rural area where there are large spikes in the power and a higher chance of a direct lightning strike, the best protection is to physically unplug your devices from the outlets during an active electrical storm.
Chrome is more popular, but who wants Google to control everything?
This is much better than webmail for checking your email. It has built in junk controls and filtering, and the setup is virtually automatic. If you are on mobile, you might be best off using the an @outlook.com or @gmail.com with their excellent apps.
Helps to block ads, which are more than an annoyance but a source of confusion, infections, and unwanted software.