This year, Annex took home the first CDN Top 100 Customer Success Award for its work with Rocky Mountaineer, one of the world’s most popular rail-tour companies located in Western Canada. But there were many terrific case studies, we thought we’d list them here.
When we spoke with Luc Villeneuve back in December 2018, he was adamant that the reseller community needed to reestablish itself and really put meaning into their value-added services. After a successful campaign as the Canadian country manager for Red Hat, he saw an opportunity to apply that thinking at Benchmark Corp.
To help visualize the Canadian IT channel partner landscape in Canada, we built this dashboard with the…
Rapidly growing solution providers say helping clients cut through the noise is the clear path to success
Staying ahead of the curve and keeping a close eye on customer feedback is how you remain relevant in the Canadian IT channel. It also helps you earn CDN’s Top 100 Solution Providers Fastest Riser award.
Hashtag Trending – Free internet access for the vulnerable; Elon Musk under fire; Conspiracy theories
The City of Toronto partners with tech giants to provide free temporary internet access for vulnerable Torontonians, Elon Musk is under fire for recent Tweets, and a bizarre conspiracy involving Bill Gates is circulating online.
Intel this week detailed its relief plan for its channel partners, including points discounts, waiving shipping costs, and extended time for warranty replacements.
It’s that time of the week – another MSP subreddit roundup! The group has exceeded 70,000 members,…
Hashtag Trending – Canadian government Zooms; Zoom taps Oracle in new deal; NHS rejects Apple-Google coronavirus app
The Canadian government holds its first virtual House of Commons session on Zoom amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom and Oracle pen a new deal, and the British National Health Service is ditching an app proposed by Apple and Google in favour of its own to perform contact-tracing.
Governance is one of those things that DevOps (or DevSecOps) doesn’t worry a lot about. Not because it’s a bad thing, or unworthy of attention, it just doesn’t seem to be part of their turf.
Foodora says goodbye to Canada, Ontario’s frontline healthcare workers get a boost from Telus and Koodo, and there’s suddenly a lot of talk about how the CES event in January may have helped spread COVID-19 before quarantine efforts were underway.
Despite the threat of ransomware being at an all-time high, a recent report from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky says that 45 per cent of employees in the U.S and Canada wouldn’t know how to respond to a ransomware attack.
Instagram no longer allows people without an account to view photos and videos on computers, It turns out Nearly 50% of Twitter Accounts Talking about Coronavirus Might Be Bots, and the Air Force wants you to hack its satellite.
There’s only a couple of days left to register for the Top 100 Solution providers gala. If…
During these days of lockdown, contact centres are a company’s lifeline for customers, and they’re of necessity rapidly evolving.
Google comes out with some strict rules for advertisers, AT&T customers are jumping ship by the thousands, and Apple plans to sell Macs with its own chips from 2021.