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Big Tech Q4 earnings proof big trouble ahead on economic front: Analyst

News that the mega-vendors reported weaker than expected earnings last week is just one of many signals that this is not just a blip,...

Big Tech tumbles with bleak Q4 earnings and forecasts

Alphabet, Amazon, Meta and Microsoft had an unfavorable earnings week, reporting dips in revenue and share prices after decades of unhinged growth as they...

Coffee Briefing October 25, 2022 – Hootsuite partners with WHO; Sparrow receives C$1 million in funding; Visa’s Installments available at Canada’s largest retailers; and...

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Channel Bytes October 21, 2022 – Versapay Payments for Dynamics 365 now on AppSource; Nylas partners with UpStack on channel program; Mandiant launches Breach...

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Worldwide IT spending to grow five per cent in 2023: Gartner

Gartner’s latest forecast reveals that worldwide IT spending is projected to total US$4.6 trillion in 2023, an increase of 5.1 per cent from 2022. The...

Sage announces new acquisition, product updates at its Transform event

UK-based accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology company Sage announced a series of new features, updates, and an acquisition at its Sage Transform customer...

Coffee Briefing October 11, 2022 – Hootsuite’s Heyday announces integrations for Instagram and Messenger; Google Services provided C$37 billion worth of economic activity to...

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Musk offers to buy Twitter at the original price if Twitter drops court actions

Elon Musk has offered to purchase Twitter at the originally offered share price of US$54.20 if Twitter drops court actions, according to a filing...

Coffee Briefing October 4, 2022 – Cisco awards; Intuit’s new Toronto office; Twitter launches new video features; and more

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MSE’s zeroing in on three key top technology priorities: Gartner

Security and risk management, application and integration strategies, and infrastructure and operations are the top three technology priorities for midsize enterprises (MSEs) in 2022,...

Bryan Watson – a startup “institution” joins finance firm Venbridge

Venbridge has announced that Bryan Watson, a leading force in the technology start-up financing community, has joined the company as senior vice president of...

BMO to focus on closing tech talent gap by attracting diverse candidates from across Canada

BMO Financial Group (BMO) is committing to focus on recruiting and onboarding tech professionals from diverse backgrounds to close its tech talent gap, and to...

Posting by Datto founder McChord sparks quick retort from Kaseya CFO

Recent comments made by Austin McChord regarding complaints from Datto employees about how the company's new owner, managed service provider Kaseya, is treating them...

Coffee Briefing June 21 , 2022 – SAS’s Batting Lab; Sage rolls out new platforms; Telus acquires LifeWorks; and more

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Canadians’ satisfaction with their banks and credit cards apps declining, study reveals

A series of studies by J.D. Power among bank and credit card mobile app and online users conducted in Canada revealed that a combination of increased financial stress...

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