SAP this week announced the availability of RISE with SAP, an offering designed to provide business transformation as-a-service.
Robinhood faces a class-action lawsuit, Bell raises mental wellbeing awareness, and Apple’s record earnings in Q4 2020.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s worldwide head of partner sales George Hope can finally remove the additional worldwide distribution…
Hashtag Trending – GameStop goes to the moon; Samsung heads to Texas; Google forced to follow new rules
The GameStop saga continues, Samsung is reportedly heading to Texas, and Apple will require Google to get permission before collecting personalized ad data on iOS users.
Commvault has announced another expansion of its Metallic Backup as a Service platform, this time adding new features and enterprise workload support.
Hashtag Trending – Apple’s pacemaker warning; Montreal businessman prepares for space; Cisco wins Canada’s top employer award
Apple issues a crucial warning about pacemakers, Montreal businessman Mark Pathy is preparing for the first private flight to space, and Forbes announces Canada’s top employer.
The Canadian Channel Chiefs Council (C4) has introduced an expansion to its training program for channel leaders and C-suite executives interested in honing the skills required for channel success.
CommScope’s recently appointed partner leader for the Americas is now also a member of the C4 Board of Directors
Qualified channel partners can now sink their teeth into Supermicro Computer’s STEP program to remotely test the ODM’s two high-end Supermicro systems
Google workers form a global union alliance, Blackberry stocks are soaring, and Wattpad gets acquired for international growth.
One of Canada’s most prominent IT players says its latest rebrand is much more than a logo swap.
Hashtag Trending – Microsoft president talks campaign contributions; Instacart fires pro-union employees; Consequences of Flash
Microsoft’s president makes it clear that political donations are vital for business, Instart is under fire after firing employees\ who supported unionization, and a train stops working after Flash dies.
Hashtag Trending – Bizarre facial recognition proposal in India; White House calls for coders; Ajit Pai’s final report
A proposal to install facial recognition cameras in an Indian city draws backlash, a stealthy call for coders has been found on the White House’s website, and Ajit Pai’s final report deserves an eye-roll.
In response to European data sovereignty requirements and other localization rules, OVHcloud has announced a tape-storage-as-a-service offering based on ITB technology.
A number of cybersecurity experts predicted at the end of the year that hackers will quickly learn lessons from the SolarWinds Orion supply chain hack to distribute malware. It seems they already have.