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Toronto acquisition firm plays big part in IBM’s hybrid IT strategy

IBM is leaning heavily on an acquisition firm from Toronto to help it build a network of hybrid cloud solution providers focused on its technologies.

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...

Dell announces new endpoint security solutions

Dell Technologies has a new portfolio of endpoint security solutions coming out in March through strategic collaborations with Secureworks and Crowdstrike. Dell SafeGuard and Response...

Cisco announces Data Centre Anywhere, introduces ACI expansion into AWS and Azure

As global connectivity grows, so does the amount of generated data, and to help organizations prepare for a not-too-distant future where 30 per cent...

Hashtag Trending – Executive leaves Snap; Fake job interview leads to hack; Roku pulls InfoWars

Another executive has left Snap, a fake job interview over Skype leads to a nasty hack, and Roku pulls the plug in InfoWars. On LinkedIn,...

ShowStoppers at CES turns heads

Industry leaders and startups came together at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas for the ShowStoppers event. ShowStoppers produces events at CES and Mobile...

BlackBerry QNX digital cockpit platform unveiled – All Hands on Tech at CES 2019

Installed in a 2019 Karma Revero concept car at BlackBerry’s booth at CES 2019, the digital cockpit was fully loaded with everything from a...

Corel acquires Mac virtualization software Parallels

Ottawa-based Corel Corp. announced on Thursday that it has acquired Parallels, a software vendor best-known for the desktop virtualization software that allows Windows to...

Hashtag Trending – AT&T pulls a Netflix; Instagram launches text for the blind; Blockchain success hard to find

AT&T is pulling a Netflix, Instagram launches text for the blind, and a new study says blockchain is hard. Trending on LinkedIn - Another giant...

HPE brings its AI InfoSight software to ProLiant, Synergy and Apollo servers

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) recently announced that it's putting its AI-based software, InfoSight, for the first time on HPE servers, giving channel partners an opportunity...

BlackBerry makes largest acquisition ever in $1.4B purchase of AI firm Cylance

Waterloo, Ont.-based BlackBerry Ltd.  is making its largest acquisition ever in acquiring Irvine, Calif.-based Cylance for $1.4 billion, the firms announced Friday. Founded in 2012,...

VMware introduces blockchain SaaS for enterprises

As blockchain continues to grow in popularity you may be wondering if the technology is a good fit for your company or how to...

All Hands on Tech – Google Pixel 3XL full review

We take a look at Google's latest phone the Pixel 3XL. Is it worth its hefty price tag? For a full review read it here. Don't forget...

VMware acquires Heptio, bets big on Kubernetes

In an effort to improve its Kubernetes-based offerings, VMware announced that it’s acquired Heptio, a Seattle startup co-founded by two of the three people...

CompuCom unveils ‘Self Healing’ AI service for healthcare

CompuCom System Inc. is bringing its AI, automation software-as-a-service (SaaS) product to the world of healthcare to help providers automate tech support and decrease 'downtime'...

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