Matthew Tyson

Matthew Tyson is Kanava International’s IT Specialist, where he provides computer security, support, and administration, develops web applications, and leads the digitization and testing of Kanava’s Impact Strengthening Development (ISD™) Certification program. He specializes in software development and has twenty years of experience working on both hardware and software issues. Matthew graduated from Baker College in 2009 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and has previously served as a Software Engineer at Dow Chemical. He also owns his own computer consulting business.

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7 Ways to Protect Your Business from Natural Disasters

Filed in Best Practices by on November 29, 2017 0 Comments
7 Ways to Protect Your Business from Natural Disasters

During Hurricane Irma, I was one of the many unlucky people to experience some of the realities of the before, during, and after effects of a natural disaster. Before Irma wreaked havoc on the southern part of Florida, every moment felt like we were preparing for a nuclear bomb to drop on our house and […]

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Small Businesses Can Take Advantage of Emerging Technologies

Filed in Best Practices, Economic Development by on March 15, 2017 0 Comments
Small Businesses Can Take Advantage of Emerging Technologies

As Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and 3D Printing technologies advance, they present a unique opportunity for small businesses.  Although not new, these three devices are becoming more advanced and more cost effective with more uses in the marketplace. Virtual Reality is a three dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with […]

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You Can Do This! – 11 Ways to Keep Your Organization Cyber-Safe

Filed in Best Practices by on August 18, 2016 0 Comments
You Can Do This! – 11 Ways to Keep Your Organization Cyber-Safe

Around the world, computers and smart devices have become a daily necessity.  Businesses, non-profits, governmental agencies, and educational institutions all rely on computers – from large server farms to mobile devices – in every industry.  At the same time, the dangers and complexity of malware keep growing. Small businesses and organizations can feel overwhelmed by […]

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