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Tickit Health sees data collection go up 400% after questionnaires go digital

Vancouver, B.C.-based Tickit Health is bringing the questionnaires patients fill out when they visit a doctor into the digital age. Focusing on young people,...

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...

Commvault acquires SDS startup for $225 million

Data management firm Commvault made a bold acquisition this week.

VMware goes on a shopping spree, scoops up Carbon Black and Pivotal for a combined $4.8B

It’s a pivotal moment for VMware Inc., which announced the acquisition of security company Carbon Black and cloud application platform Pivotal Software Aug. 22. The...

Microsoft to drop Skype for Business Online and replace with Teams in 2021

Two years after hinting at plans to phase out Skype for Business Online and replace it with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Corp. made it official...

Microsoft Hungary slapped with $8.7M fine

A Microsoft Corp. subsidiary based in Hungary has agreed to pay an $8.7 million fine to resolve the government’s investigation into violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) that date back to 2013.

IBM and Red Hat partners can sleep soundly, executives say after mega deal closes

As IBM closed its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat Tuesday, questions continued to swirl around the impact the move will have on partners and clients, which even IBM’s Arvind Krishna acknowledged was the “real challenge” ever since the deal was announced last October.

Cisco Live Day 1- IoT and multi-domain integrations

Networking technology is in the midst of a serious shift as software becomes integral and hardware takes a back seat. On Day 1 of...

Ottawa’s HyAlto makes a splash at VeeamOn, hints at AWS and Azure support

With the rise of hybrid and multi cloud, the latest of major pivots for Ottawa’s HyAlto was an obvious one according to its chief executive officer Alan Zurakowski.

You can teach a very old dog new tricks, says LCBO CIO

While some people were displeased with the subdued rollout of legal cannabis in Ontario due to the last-minute legislation changes and the absence of physical stores - until this April anyway - the decision to focus on cloud, wireless and mobile was intentional, according to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario’s (LCBO) CIO.

New OpenText content services to be integrated into SAP platforms

Users of SAP SE's platforms can expect to see OpenText Corporation's content services integrated into the platform for the foreseeable future, as the two...

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...

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.

From Altair to Xbox: a visual history of Microsoft

1975 Everything must start somewhere. And for Microsoft, it all really started with the Altair 8800. Altair 8800: Microsoft was formed soon after the introduction of the...

Run your apps on our platform, says Cohesity

Cohesity is describing the ability for third-party applications to run on its platform as an industry-first in the storage space. The hyper-converged secondary storage company...

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