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Welcome listeners, hope you’re all doing well this Monday morning. The top three stories to take in…
For any IT pro who’s been around for more than five years, déjà vu must be setting in. It’s “scramble to get onto a supported desktop operating system (OS)” time, just as it was in early 2014, when Windows XP’s end-of-support loomed.
Experts say there’s a significant opportunity for the channel in the move from Windows 7.
Microsoft officially launched its new Edge Chromium browser across both Windows and macOS operating systems this week and is available for download now.
Microsoft says it wants to go carbon negative by 2030, the Norwegian Consumer Council releases a new report highlighting how digital marketing are breaking the rules – a lot, and Twitter can’t get enough of China’s new driverless high-speed train.
Microsoft today announced that it’s committing to becoming carbon negative by 2030, eliminating all past carbon emissions…
In today’s episode, we talk about Ikea Canada closing its pick up and order stores, Google cutting web cookies, and the U.S. military’s plans to build long-range facial recognition technology.
People say their farewells to Windows 7, Uber drivers in Ontario want to unionize, and Microsoft’s CEO says encryption backdoors are a “terrible idea”.
At the Intel CES 2020 conference on Jan. 6th, Intel gave a glimpse of its Tiger Lake processor, the next-gen processor that will succeed Ice Lake launched just last year.
On this episode of Hashtag trending, we talk about Walmart’s grocery robot helpers, how Las Vegas avoided a cyber attack during CES, and what Microsoft’s newest solution to protect children online.
Hollywood thinks AI has the answers to better film management, Twitter users will soon have more control over who can reply to their tweets, and farmers are buying 40-year-old tractors because they’re actually repairable.
Microsoft is ringing in the new decade with some significant announcements for the Canadian market.
Facebook is sticking to its advertising policy despite it not making much sense, a recently published report highlights a serious TikTok vulnerability that was addressed last December, and someone’s attempt to skip work with a fake photo goes viral.
Logs apparently from one gang suggest a recent ransomware attack netted attackers passwords to a wide range of Internet services used by employees, not just corporate servers.
Enterprises still have reservations when it comes to moving their large complex networks to the cloud, but Aruba’s latest enhancements to its SD-Branch solution should quell many of those concerns, according to Patrick LaPorte.
The 2020 Consumer Electronic Show continues, and so does the news flow as Sony announces its own electric car, Toyata unveils its plans for a smart city at the bottom of Mt. Fuji, and people are scratching their heads about one of CES’s main keynote speakers.
CES hasn’t stopped, so how can we not talk about it, Facebook says it’s going to ban deepfake videos, and Uber and Hyundai unveil their concept electric flying car for the future of air taxi service.
At its CES media conference on Jan. 6th, AMD announced a slew of products, including a 64-core Threadripper processor, new performance mobile processors, and the new Radeon RX 5600XT graphics card.
CES is underway in Las Vegas, and there are too many things to talk about, Apple gets a shoutout during the Golden Globes – not the one Tim Apple wanted though – and a story about outdated IT on BBC has exploded on Reddit.
The start of the new year is a time when system administrators need to think about applications reaching end of life. Admins should know by now that support for Windows 7 ends Jan. 14, as well as some versions of Windows 10.
At its Performance for the Real World event held in Las Vegas Jan. 5, Intel gave the attending press a sneak peek of what’s to come at its CES briefing the next day.
Our obsession with streaming isn’t going away, but what does it mean for our planet? We walk Samsung and its new lite devices, and people are anxiously waiting for the Trudeau government to make up its mind about Huawei.
Size matters when it comes to home entertainment. Mounting a large display on your wall is a surefire way to draw envy from your visitors. Ego boosting aside, large displays can also deliver better cinematic experiences to a larger crowd.
Get used to hearing more about rollable TVs as LG announces a new one, Google announces a breakthrough in the healthcare space, and a new privacy law in California kicks in.
Communication infrastructure firm Zayo Group says it plans to deploy its third fibre network route from Montreal, Que., to Albany, N.Y., by the end of January.
IBM has frequently touted the $1 trillion hybrid cloud market ever since it purchased Red Hat, and Red Hat Canada’s country manager Claude Reeves is “very optimistic” about the opportunities channel partners will have next year to get in on that action.
Spurred by the recent cyber attack on LifeLabs, cloud backup, recovery and restore software provider, Asigra, has launched a new program to help public and non-profit organizations defend their backup repositories against cyberattacks, the company announced, Dec. 19.
As we leave 2019 behind, a new year approaches. And with it comes the impending waves of…
Over the past year, small and large value-added resellers in Canada have pushed certain parts of the…
A story about a downward-tilting toilet is getting clicks, Instagram says goodbye to branded posts that advertise vapes, weapons, and tobacco, and Canada wants to force streaming services to show more Canadian content.
A Canadian company is set to harness the power of the stars; Boeing announces it is halting production of 737 MAX; Google fires another activist employee.
At its Internet for the Future event, Cisco announced Silicon One, a single chip family that can handle both the complexity of routing and the high-speed, power-frugal requirements of switching; in the past, those extremely different functions have been performed by separate silicon architectures.
Using fixed wireless 5G millimetre wave equipment from Nokia, network solutions provider TeraGo is launching technical trials in the Greater Toronto Area and the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area beginning in the first quarter of 2020.
Today’s Hashtag Trending episode is laced with legal issues. We talk about CIRA’s mishandling of employee firing,…
A 1,000-person WhatsApp community keeps delivery workers safe, Twitter can’t decide what’s the sports gif of the decade, and Air Canada’s new booking system is causing headaches.
Facebook and google get bounced out of glassdoor’s top 10 best places; Samsung has already sold over 1 million Galaxy Folds globally, and Google’s new assistant arrives in Canada.
The fastest growing jobs in Canada for 2020; injured Amazon workers are protesting the company; Apple warns…
Twitter goes nuts over the new Mac Pro’s price tag, A self-driving truck delivered butter from California to Pennsylvania in three days, and the Chinese government wants to get rid of all of its foreign computers and software.
Two familiar companies are under investigation yet again. In Today’s Hashtag Trending, we talk about Ericsson paying…
Two new competencies, two new programs, and enhancements to several others took centre stage during the partner keynote at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) annual conference, re:Invent, as head of worldwide channel and alliances Doug (Dong Hoon) Yeum ran through new opportunities for partners.