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Samsung unifies PC line under ATIV brand

Samsung Electronics said it will expand the ATIV brand to include all of its Windows based PCs. The ATIV brand was used previously for Samsung’s...

Canadian cloud backup provider opens up a U.S. data centre

Multiple Channel Elite Award winner KineticD of Toronto is expanding its footprint in the U.S. by opening a data centre in Texas. The 10-year old...

The sky did not fall for Apple during its quarterly results

Amongst rampant speculation that Apple’s second quarter results where going to be less than stellar, the Cupertino, Calif.-based computing pioneer posted quarterly revenue of...

Cloud computing gets CIA endorsement

Say what you will about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), but the American spy shop is usually pretty concerned about security. So their endorsement...

Calgary vendor needs partners for new MDM solution

As a Calgary-based mobility services provider adds mobile device management to its portfolio of enterprise services for iOS tablets and handsets, it’s seeking partners...

Gigabit Ethernet switches designed for SMB market

Networking vendor TP-Link has released a series of gigabit Ethernet switches designed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) looking to...

FlexITy adds to its network security solutions

Richmond Hill, Ont.-based FlexITy Solutions Inc., a member of the CDN Top 100 Solution Providers list, has added Arbor Networks, a network security vendor,...

Take a look at the one of the first 5MM 2.5 hard drives

Hard drive vendor Western Digital is shipping its slimmest hard drive in its history. At 2.5-inch, 5 mm, this hard drive is a solid...

OnX wins data centre deal from Canadian wireless telco provider

Toronto-based IT solutions and enterprise data centre provider OnX Enterprise Solutions has won a contract with mobile service provider Public Mobile for hosted data...

CentriLogic data centre is ready for the cloud

Hybrid hosting and data centre provider CentriLogic of Toronto is going international with a cloud services-based multi-zone Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering. The multi-zoned cloud service provides organizations...

Avnet to bring disaster recovery solution to Canada

Avnet Technology Solutions has unveiled a new data protection solution built using IBM and Brocade technology for solution providers in Canada and the U.S. The...

Printer vendor introduces NOC in a Box

Can a printer manufacturer turn  itself into a networking vendor? Well, OKI Data is certainly going to try. The Mount Laurel, N.J.-based company plans to demonstrate its...

It’s not just RBC outsourcing its IT functions

The outsourcing of 45 IT jobs which got the Royal Bank of Canada and recruitment firm iGate Corp. in hot water  this week is...

Bringing enterprise-class security to branch offices

Israeli network security vendor Check Point Software Technologies has announced the launch of its new Check Point 1100 Appliances, designed to provide enterprise-class security...

Dropbox for Business gets single sign on

It’s reported as the feature most requested by business users, and now Dropbox has answered. The vendor said in a blog post on Wednesday...

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