Governments and the private sector have to do more if Canada wants to overcome the shortage of cybersecurity talent needed to meet online threats, experts stressed during a security conference.
With an overdue recession looming over the country and the rest of the world, it’s time to think about what partners can do right now to be prepared.
The AWS Summit in Toronto featured a bit of everything last week, some news, some demos, and some protests.
While it didn’t get acquired like many were anticipating, the unified communications and contact center solutions provider today announced a strategic partnership with RingCentral.
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Canadian government data is getting cloudier, signaling a ‘massive leap of faith’ in public cloud, says Microsoft
The Canadian government’s ongoing effort to adopt the public cloud took another step forward this summer with the help of Microsoft and AWS.
Ingram Micro’s Comet Competition has expanded to Canada, and according to one of last year’s finalists from New Hampshire, contest applicants potentially have a lot to gain outside of the $5 million cash prize.
Cloud computing has become widely accepted by Canadian businesses, but that doesn’t mean they’ve figured out how to use it effectively, or more importantly, how to secure their data floating around in someone else’s computer.
WeWork Canada’s plans are in limbo after its CEO exits, Match.com allegedly tricked hundreds of thousands of users into buying subscriptions, and Facebook confirms that politicians aren’t held to a higher standard on its platform.
Google wins a big European privacy case, Amazon introduces a celebrity guest voice, and a controversial phone call between President Donald Trump and the president of Ukraine raises eyebrows.
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From spinning disks to flash, world’s largest steel company says Pure Storage’s Evergreen program is the real deal
The world’s largest steel company talks about its experience with Pure Storage’s Evergreen program.
Wi-Fi Alliance has launched the Wi-Fi Certified 6 certification program, meaning manufacturers that meet its criteria get to put an important badge on their products’ packaging.
Microsoft Corp. is pushing back its January 14, 2020 end of support date for Exchange Server 2010 by nine months.
A new report says seniors enjoy the benefits of voice-assistants like Alexa, another report highlights the websites that don’t know what they’re doing, and Google is changing its search algorithm to prioritize original news reporting.