Commvault Metallic update: nine months later

While Metallic was initially aimed at the midmarket, Commvault says that they've seen much more interest than anticipated from enterprises

Zoho CEO hints at further local support around the world, says company has always had a ‘rural flavour’

Zoho may not be a household name right now, but the software as a service company aims to change that.

Microsoft says it’s removing Fetch file feature from OneDrive

OneDrive users will no longer be able to fetch files after July 31.

No, Microsoft didn’t remove update deferral option in Windows 10, it just tucked it away

Microsoft removes Windows 10 update deferrals, but not really.

FreshBooks joins Ingram Micro’s Cloud Marketplace

Distributor Ingram Micro has picked up a new partner in Toronto-based cloud accounting and invoicing company Freshbooks this week.

HPE gets whimsical with Ezmeral software and expands GreenLake platform

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is following through on its promise to enhance its cloud platform GreenLake into a full-scale cloud services market, and much more

SAS Global Forum 2020 at a glance

Like most conferences this year, the 2020 SAS Global Forum (SGF) went virtual. The analytics giant staged a one-day online event offering all of...

Microsoft Build 2020: Colour me Azure

Microsoft introduced several new features for its cloud service, Azure, leaving no doubt where its priorities now lie.

MSPs on Reddit discuss securing Teams, hiring displaced talent, DocuSign vs SignNow

It's May 11 and it's snowing - in Ontario, anyway. Hope everyone had a good weekend. The MSP subreddit continues to be chatty. Here are some of the most popular topics from the past week.

OpenText announces cloud agreement with Amazon Web Services

OpenText announces cloud agreement with Amazon Web Services

Zoom releases new version with security, privacy enhancements

After stinging complaints about security issues Zoom Video Communications will release over the next seven days a new version of its conferencing platform as part of a 90-day plan promising to boost privacy and security.

Forget optimistic scenarios and buckle up for a big drop in IT spending this year, says IDC

IDC’s Nigel Wallis didn’t mince words during an online briefing this week while walking participants through the research company’s latest projections for Canadian IT spending.

MSPs aren’t feeling Microsoft’s branding change, IT trends post-COVID-19, and more chatter on Reddit

The top posts on the MSP subreddit this week still focused a lot on COVID-19, but there was one topic that quickly skyrocketed to the top of the thread this week ...

CompTIA extends expiration dates for exam vouchers, will launch remote testing options

Certification and IT training firm CompTIA recently announced it’s going to allow candidates to take their exams at home and that exam vouchers will be extended.

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.

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