SADA Systems opens Toronto office to provide better support to Canadian clients

In an effort to provide better support for its Canadian clients, SADA Systems, Inc., a Los Angeles-based cloud services firm, opened its first Canadian office in Toronto earlier this month.

Fastest risers on CDN Top 100 list: growing despite talent gap

With a combined estimated revenue of between $86.5-$105 million, the four fastest risers on the CDN Top 100 Solution Providers exemplify what it takes...

Canadian cloud leaders may be among the least secure, report suggests

Canadian organizations are increasingly moving data and workloads to the cloud. But if a recently-released study is representative, the leading firms in this movement are among the least secure.

Google Cloud says partners are crucial to sales process

Google wants to make sure the most important partners are getting an increased level of investment.

Deloitte Digital launches industry-focussed tools to drive efficiency and innovation

In an effort to facilitate advancements to some important industries in Canada, Deloitte Digital has turned its focus towards industry-specific applications with its recent launch of its Salesforce Global Assets and Solutions Group (ASG) to Canada at Salesforce World Tour Toronto.

Google Canada’s cloud business climbing the ranks, says country manager

SAN FRANCISCO -- Google Canada has rocketed from seventh to fourth place in the Google cloud universe in the past two years according to...

HPE and Nutanix parter to deliver hybrid cloud as a service

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Nutanix are partnering to deliver a global hybrid cloud as a service solution, the vendors announced April 9. The collaboration...

VMware Cloud on AWS now available on Canadian soil

Amazon Web Services and VMWare Inc. announced that VMware Cloud is available from Amazon's Canada (Central) region on Tuesday. The announcement follows through on a...

CaaB’s VMware cloud infrastructure sets up shop in Toronto

A new player has entered the crowded data centre scene in Toronto.

DocuSign opens Canadian HQ in Toronto, names ‘Dragon’ as advisor

Electronic signature software vendor DocuSign Inc. opened a regional headquarters in Toronto on March 14, part of the firm's 'Invest for Canada' initiative. It also announced that it's appointed cyber security expert and entrepreneur Robert Herjavec to its advisory group.

More than two-thirds of iPaaS vendors face extinction, says Gartner

Heavy spending in sales and marketing, plus the general costs of running the platform, will cause two-thirds of integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) vendors to vanish...

Cogeco Peer 1’s new owner will invest in fibre networks, says president

Cogeco Peer 1's new owner will be investing in its fibre networks in Toronto and Montreal, says Susan Bowen, president of Cogeco Peer 1. Boca...

10 key takeaways from the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud report

RightScale, the multi-cloud management company, has once again published its annual report on the state of cloud adoption - although this time it was...

IBM’s quantum system explained – All Hands on Tech

IBM Q System One is “The world’s first fully integrated universal computing system,” according to Big Blue. Its purpose is to get quantum computing...

Attunity launches new solutions for Microsoft Azure

This week Attunity announced two new solutions for Microsoft Azure. The data integration and data management firm announced Attunity for Data Lakes on Microsoft Azure...

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