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AI-based AccessNow, Daniels to map accessibility of Regent Park

An announcement late last week involving builder and developer The Daniels Corporation and accessibility technology company AccessNow represents a major step forward in determining...

SAS Hackathon 2022 winners decode real-world problems using data

This week, SAS announced the winners of its 2022 SAS Hackathon. From 70 qualifying teams from around the world and 50 business case submissions,...

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!

Honeywell targets building owners with new sustainability offering

Honeywell today launched Carbon & Energy Management, a software offering that enables building owners who have “voluntarily pledged to meet sustainability targets,” to track...

Collision 2022 panel discusses the very changing world of the supply chain

It’s a subject that has caused many sleepless nights for IT managers, the C-suite and logistics specialists for the last three years, and revolves...

Channel Bytes June 10, 2022 – Microsoft reorgs HoloLens group; BlackBerry enhances partner program; ConnectWise partners on cyber insurance for MSPs; and more

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BlackBerry launches zero trust network access solution

This week BlackBerry unveiled CylanceGATEWAY, an AI-driven zero-trust network access (ZTNA) as-a-service solution designed to provide businesses of all sizes with a contextual correlation...

SOTI and Toronto Metropolitan University Announce Research Chair in the Department of Aerospace Engineering

SOTI, a provider of mobile and IoT device management solutions, has announced, in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU), the appointment of Dr. Guangjun Liu as...

Channel Bytes May 20, 2022 – DX Conference; Pluralsight and Ingram Micro partner; Pathlock merges and makes acquisitions; and more

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Google I/O 2022: Big features coming to Google Workspace

As usual, Google I/O didn't disappoint. The company announced a whole host of new devices, including the Google Pixel 7 smartphones and the Pixel...

Coffee Briefing May 17, 2022 – Cradlepoint extends cellular Intelligence capabilities; Canadian students win nine international STEM awards; new tech training programs for underserved Canadians;...

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Channel Bytes May 13, 2022 – Zomentum supports NCE; Egnyte enhances MSP program; Computer Golf Classic announced; and more

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The big announcements at Dell Technologies World 2022

The annual Dell Technologies World event is once again upon us and with it, the company announced some big features and visions it has...

Bell announces the first AWS Wavelength Zone in Canada

Bell has deployed the first AWS Wavelength Zone in Canada to accelerate 5G network performance at the edge. AWS Wavelength is part of AWS’ platform for building...

Canadian company develops human-like AI meeting assistant

An Ottawa-based company is making virtual meetings more productive with its human-like artificial intelligence (AI)-powered meeting assistant. Uncanny Lab Ltd.’s bluecap technology enhances the meeting experience...

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