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Edward Snowden issues a strong warning about surveillance in the wake of COVID-19, people are figuring out that Zoom shares data with Facebook even if users don’t have an account with the social media platform, and Amazon solicits public donations to pay workers’ sick leave.
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.
WeWork is doing its best to entice people to work from its locations again with money, more Amazon workers test positive for COVID-19, and a flying UPS delivery wingcopter is turning heads on social media.
This week, there was a lot of focus on how MSPs cope with the late-night calls and frantic customers during a crisis such as this one, a school has no idea how to transition to remote work, and more.
Bill Gates says the US acted too late to avoid a lockdown; Snopes scales back due to overwhelming coronavirus misinformation; Plague Inc. flips the script on the virus.
Ingram Micro today released two new partner financing programs to help Canadian and U.S. small and medium businesses (SMBs) solve for expected cash crunch amid COVID-19.
Hardware in Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro is great – its AppGallery that tries to replace Google? Not so much
It’s the rise of 3D-printed ventilators, drones are being deployed and programmed to yell at people not practising social distancing, and a story about targeted ads blows up on Reddit.
People are worried over the strain COVID-19 is putting on the internet, YouTube and Netflix reduce their streaming resolutions in response to spikes in traffic, and Tech’s Big 5 lost a lot of money in one month.
Channel partners are navigating largely unchartered waters. Thousands of businesses globally continue to urge employees to stay…
Technology distributor Ingram Micro isn’t happy with the French antitrust agency’s latest decision to fine Apple and two of its distributors a total of US$1.23 billion.
An open letter to our audience about our approach to business moving forward as the threat of COVID-19 continues
Amazon confirms its first known coronavirus case in an American warehouse, Twitter is not messing around when it comes to stopping the spread of misinformation, and Justin Trudeau unveils an $82B aid package for Canadians and small businesses.
Many people appreciate working from home, but social media is highlighting the downsides, IBM’s supercomputer is already producing results in the ongoing fight against the coronavirus, and the iPad is pretty much a laptop after Apple unveils a keyboard and trackpad.
Looking for the right solution to help workers work from home? We broke down some of the most popular options
The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has impacted supply chains and people’s ability to work at the office, putting enormous pressure on collaboration and communication software and the businesses that help install and maintain them.
Amazon goes on a hiring spree to keep up with online orders, Apple gets slapped with a $1.23 billion fine, and TikTok tells its moderators to suppress posts from “ugly people”.
Google says it’s building a national coronavirus website in the U.S., Microsoft Teams goes down just as people settle in to work from home, and Bill Gates exits Microsoft’s board of directors.
While health officials do their best to provide answers to the public about COVID-19, virtual healthcare solutions…
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference goes virtual, a lot of chatter about COVID-19’s impact on data caps and how contractors are still expected to work on-site at Google and Facebook.
Synnex last week introduced a program to help partners sell and support unified communications and other collaboration…
Amazon announces unlimited sick days for its workers, Twitter asks its employees to work from home, and…
This week, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveiled a software stack for the 5G core, combined with its HPE GreenLake platform, that will be available in the second half of this year.
Amazon says it has removed millions of products from its platform because of price gouging and counterfeit claims related to the coronavirus, Musk’s battery farm gets a lot of attention on Reddit, and a new study says Microsoft Edge has more privacy-invading telemetry than other browsers
With the application deadline for an appearance on the 2020 CDN Top 100 Solution Provider ranking now passed, the wealth of information provided has been passed on to analysts, judges and CDN writers to be evaluated and sorted.
A walkthrough for how to wash your smartphones and other mobile devices is gaining popularity on Twitter,…
Cisco is undergoing another major leadership shuffle. David Goeckeler, networking and security head of the company was…
Facebook could be looking at a massive fine over the Cambridge Analytica data breach, Amazon is looking…
An update on the Coronavirus, a new robot lawyer will do your bidding for just $3, and Twitter bans discriminatory remarks.
In the world of computing, three months can be a short time. For those watching the progress of quantum computing, waiting for the next 12 weeks will test their patience.
Ransomware is bad enough, but ransomware infecting your precious remote monitoring and management platform is a true nightmare. But that’s the battle managed services providers are increasingly fighting, according to Toronto data protection firm Asigra.
Amazon is trying its best to ban unscrupulous listings that capitalize on the coronavirus outbreak, Twitter is…
Cisco has come forward to help those impacted by the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by offering free 90-day Webex licenses to businesses who are not Webex customers, Cisco announced on March 2.
Apple will be paying a hefty sum for intentionally throttling iPhones, but its device production is slowly…
Apple can now sell iPhones in India; Amazon is set to layoff drivers; Microsoft has cancelled ‘IoT…
Apple can now sell iPhones in India; Amazon is set to layoff drivers; Microsoft has cancelled ‘IoT in Action’
Systems integrator Infosys is teaming up with IBM to roll out a new program to encourage enterprises to migrate their mission-critical data to IBM’s public cloud.
Microsoft announced on Feb. 27 that its role-based certificates will replace existing Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA), Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD), and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certificates on June 30, 2020.
A fake 2020 candidate gets verified by Twitter, the U.S. officially bans Huawei, and new data says there’s a lot of mistrust with tech during elections
VMware’s new and long-awaited partner program launched today, ushering in a series of important changes the company says will provide the channel with better business opportunities and sharpen their services competencies.
The Bank of Canada says no thank you to crypocurrencies, Walmart is working on its own version of Amazon Prime, and the CEO of Reddit has some harsh words for TikTok.
Did you know 2020 is a leap year? Adding an extra day every four years keeps our 365-day-long calendar properly aligned with the astronomical seasons, giving people an extra day to complete tasks they may have been putting off for a while.
More than 40 per cent of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence by 2023, a five per cent increase from today, according to a new survey from Gartner.
One of the internet’s longest and silliest debates returns, Clearview AI says it suffered a data breach because of course it did, and it turns out Tesla’s Autopilot was one of the “probable causes” of a deadly crash in 2018.
The Mozilla Firefox browser just received a privacy boost by employing encrypted DNS, Intuit has decided to…
BlackBerry, Proofpoint, McAfee, Palo Alto Networks and Spirion are among the companies making product announcements in San Francisco at the start of the annual RSA Conference.
Google says Microsoft Edge not secure, startups are losing staff, and laptops have killed work-life balance. https://www.phonearena.com/news/Microsoft-Edge-isnt-secure-says-Google_id122491…
Digital identity solutions provider Keyfactor announced the launch of its global channel partner program last week and the appointment of B.J. Ferguson as head of global channel sales and operations.
Facebook plays the Uno reverse card and buys your data, MIT discovered a new potent antibiotic compound…
For the first time, Google Cloud invited partners to its Accelerate sales kickoff conference in Las Vegas…
Facebook faces *gasp* another lawsuit, Samsung scares everyone with a mysterious notification, and the legend behind cut copy and paste passes away.