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Canadian ICT spending could shrink by 5 per cent in 2020: IDC

As the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s ICT spending is expected to shrink by up to five per cent in 2020, predicted a new IDC report.

Local restrictions making things tricky for distributors as COVID-19 pandemic continues

Channel partners are navigating largely unchartered waters. Thousands of businesses globally continue to urge employees to stay at home, placing enormous pressure on video and...

Ingram Micro calls France’s competition regulator’s claims against it ‘false’

Technology distributor Ingram Micro isn’t happy with the French antitrust agency’s latest decision to fine Apple and two of its distributors a total of US$1.23 billion.

MSPs on Reddit reference panicked clients and remote work issues as COVID-19 concerns rise

The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted supply chains and people’s ability to work at the office, putting enormous pressure on collaboration and communication software and the businesses that help install and maintain them.

HPE reveals cloud-native software-as-a-service for 5G

This week, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveiled a software stack for the 5G core, combined with its HPE GreenLake platform, that will be available in the second half of this year.

Xerox acquires Digitex Canada

Nope, it’s not HP, but this morning Xerox announced that it’s acquired one of Western Canada’s largest independent solutions in Digitex Canada.

Canadian expert says Honeywell’s quantum computer could be ‘remarkable’

In the world of computing, three months can be a short time. For those watching the progress of quantum computing, waiting for the next 12 weeks will test their patience.

LG brings gram 17 laptop to Canada

LG this week launched the 17-inch gram laptop in Canada, rounding out its gram series laptop lineup.

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