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Halton Regional Police to now use what3words app to assist in locating people lost or in distress 

The Halton Regional Police is now using the innovative location tech what3words to identify exactly where help is needed and get resources there quickly.

Coffee Briefing March 29, 2022 – HP to acquire Poly; Twitter Canada top 3 conversation trends 2022; Webex to launch two new datacentres in...

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Rogers combines its 5G network with Microsoft Azure to help SMBs enhance customer experience

Rogers and Microsoft have formed a five-year strategic alliance to help enterprise and SMB customers take advantage of hybrid work and 5G-enabled solutions.

Coffee Briefing March 15, 2022 – New cybersecurity and cloud skills training programs from Rogers Cybersecurity Catalyst and AWS; and more

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Channel Bytes March 11, 2022 – Women in Cyber nominations open; new competency for Ingram Micro Cloud; datacentre capex spend growing; and more

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Channel Bytes March 4, 2022 – Universal Chiplet Interconnect; Industrial IoT AI Framework; global network interconnection; and more

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Coffee Briefing March 1, 2022 – AWS-NHL partnership; Gen Z and identity theft; Calibre Scientific opens online lab in North America; OpenText CE 22.1; and...

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Coffee Briefing Feb. 22, 2022 – Global AI talent bursary; SAS Safe Roads competition; Privacy Sandbox on Android; digitizing pharma experiences; and more

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Athabasca University partners to launch Canada’s first AI ethics micro-credential

PowerED, an entrepreneurial unit within Athabasca University and Ethically Aligned AI, a social enterprise created to help companies develop responsible AI, have launched Canada’s...

A conversation with IBM Canada president Dave McCann: It’s all about the people

For IBM Canada's new president, Dave McCann, it's all about the people. "I've always been a very people-focused leader inside the IBM company," he said...

Coffee Briefing Feb. 1, 2022 – Applications open for second Google cloud Accelerator Canada; HCL launches Engineering and R&D centre in Alberta; and more

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Citrix sold for $16.5 billion, to be combined with TIBCO

Virtualization giant Citrix Systems, which has struggled over the years with its transition to cloud-based storage and the subscription model prevalent in today's businesses,...

Channel Bytes January 28, 2022 – partner leadership summit; new managed SIEM; Goolash is acquired; and more

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Coffee Briefing Jan. 25, 2022 – Chrome API for interest-based ads.; SAS Hackathon 2022 Kickoff; G Suite legacy free edition ending soon; and more

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Channel Bytes January 21, 2022 – an acquisition; a sale; two partnerships; and more

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