This week McAfee introduced a new solution that better safeguards container workloads.
Twitter goes nuts over the new Mac Pro’s price tag, A self-driving truck delivered butter from California to Pennsylvania in three days, and the Chinese government wants to get rid of all of its foreign computers and software.
It’s not easy selling on Amazon, according to John Ruby. While the space Amazon offers its merchants,…
Cloud security solutions provider Barracuda Networks announced this week that its compliance orchestration platform, Cloud Security Guardian, is integrating with the newly announced Amazon Detective security service.
The Bank of Montreal slashes thousands of jobs, the US and UK take down a Russian cyberhacking ring called Evil Corp., and TikTok admits to suppressing the reach of content created by certain users.
Cyber Monday overshadows Boxing Day, Huawei is moving its U.S. research centre to Canada due to American restrictions on its activities, and the PlayStation turns 25.
Modern, high definition IP video surveillance systems generate massive amounts of sensitive data. Capturing, securing, and making…
Frustrated commuters in Toronto blast Uber and Lyft for higher fares, movie theatre trips were less popular this Thanksgiving, and a new documentary highlights the journey of a single Playboy photo and its impact on the tech industry.
Hashtag Trending – Facebook and Instagram go down, Twitter backtracks on unused accounts, Panasonic exits chipmaking
Facebook and Instagram go down, again, Twitter walks back its plan to give away unused old accounts after getting an earful from the general public, and Panosonic is out of the chipmaking game.
Uber loses its license to operate in the city of London, England, eBay says it’s selling its StubHub ticketing business to Viagogo in a $4B deal, and Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has officially launched the Contract for the Web, a set of principles designed to “fix” the internet and prevent us from sliding into a “digital dystopia”
D&H Distribution hosted its third annual Technology Conference: Vancouver at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Nov. 14
We recently had the chance to speak with Mark Collins, vice-president of Cisco Canada’s partner organization.
Facebook wants you to get into the meme game, a Washington Post reporter’s robotic room service experience goes viral, and WeWork says it’s laying off 2,400 employees globally.
Dell Canada’s channel chief recently revealed a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 78 in Canada, the seventh-highest score out of all the regions that Dell Technologies operates in. A couple of partners spoke to CDN about how that happened.
Five months after adding points of presence in Calgary and Toronto, Cato Networks announced the Cato Partner Program this week.