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Supermicro launches GPU test drive program for NVIDIA NVLink and high-end Supermicro platforms

Qualified channel partners can now sink their teeth into Supermicro Computer's STEP program to remotely test the ODM's two high-end Supermicro systems

New Brunswick’s ‘hungry’ identity and data governance firm Sonrai launches new solution

New Brunswick's Sonrai Security launched with $18.5 million in Series A funding last year. We caught up with them recently to discuss their latest solution.

Google Cloud launches BigQuery Omni that helps businesses get serious about their data

Google Cloud has introduced BigQuery Omni, a multi-cloud analytics solution, which allows developers to access and analyze data across the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Azure (coming soon), without leaving the BigQuery user interface (UI).

SAS Global Forum 2020 at a glance

Like most conferences this year, the 2020 SAS Global Forum (SGF) went virtual. The analytics giant staged a one-day online event offering all of...

IBM layoffs affect services groups, impact on Canadian business unknown

IBM is cutting an unspecified number of jobs in the first significant staff reduction under new chief executive officer Arvind Krishna, but the impact...

More than 90,000 join IBM for Digital Think conference

IBM’s big launch was Watson AIOps, which uses machine learning and AI to automate detection, diagnosis, and response to anomalies in IT infrastructure.

10 women advancing AI in Canada

With files from Buckley Smith According to the 2019 AI Global Talent Report, just 14 per cent of artificial intelligence (AI) researchers in Canada are...

Gartner says nearly half of privacy compliance technology to rely on AI by 2023

More than 40 per cent of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence by 2023, a five per cent increase from today, according to a new survey from Gartner.

Women in the IT Channel Recognition Luncheon 2019 – Ananya Chadha

A young machine learning developer for IBM shares her story.

Canada’s privacy commissioner asks for input to address AI privacy concerns

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) is asking industry stakeholders to bring forward their concerns and ideas to address the privacy...

5 AI trends to monitor in 2020

Time to get serious The term “artificial intelligence” in 2019 was catnip to investors. Back in March, London venture capital firm MMC published a report that...

Canadian SMBs incur a potential productivity loss of CA$2 billion using older technology 

A recent study commissioned by Microsoft and Intel reported that the cost of using a PC older than four years is more than buying...

An automation tool for the unstructured data in your business

A Kitchener Ont.-based company has built an automated tool that solves the chaos associated with the 85 per cent of the world's unstructured data.

Microsoft releases new features, updates for Dynamics 365

Microsoft Corp. released a wide swath of updates and releases for its Dynamics 365 suite this week, largely focused on AI-powered insight tools and...

IBM’s machine learning model is the new middleman for channel partners

It takes a long time for a large company like IBM to pass on quality leads to its partners. Lori Cohen used to get one per month, but with the help of IBM’s new AI-buddy SCORE, that number is now eight.

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