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Cloudflare raises prices

Cloudflare announced that it is boosting its prices. The Pro plan will increase from USD $20 per month to USD $25 dollars per month.  The Business plan will increase to USD $250 per month. The 25% increase is the...

Salesforce co-CEO Brett Taylor resigns. Share price drops.

The resignation of Salesforce's co-CEO Brett Taylor overshadowed a strong third-quarter with a 14% increase in sales. Shares fell 9% in morning trading on Dec 1st following the announcement.

Epson kills the laser printer for the ecological impact

Japanese printer giant Epson has announced that it will no longer produce laser printers, claiming that ink jet printers produce 85 per cent less carbon dioxide. They have introduced new models which can print at 40 to 60 pages...

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Coffee Briefing June 28, 2022 – Blueprint Software Systems fully embraces remote work; Klarna launches loyalty card; HCL Technologies unveils centre in Vancouver; and...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team!

Deloitte report: How Canadians with autism can help employers close the talent gap

Almost half of employees with autism don’t feel comfortable disclosing their neurodiversity to employers, according to a report jointly released today by Deloitte Canada and auticon Canada,...

AMD announces Ryzen Pro 6000 series mobile processors for business

AMD has released its next-generation commercial-grade mobile processors with improved efficiency, new graphics, and higher compute performance. The 6000 series Ryzen Pro processors, based on the...

In the midst of a talent shortage, how can Canada keep up with its tech sector growth?

Major tech companies are currently looking to hire tech talent in Canada, but with an ongoing digital skills shortage, the question arises: Does Canada...

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