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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.
Kickstarter employees have voted in favour of forming a union, Twitter talks about how they prevent their email inbox from catching on fire, and Jeff Bezos says he’s pledging $10 billion to fight climate change, but Reddit isn’t convinced.
With the introduction of a new cloud program, D&H Canada is leaning on its American counterpart’s years of experience dealing with the cloud business to help resellers in Canada adopt a broad range of solutions and sales strategies, according to the distributor’s leadership team.
Dell Technologies today announced that it was selling its cybersecurity arm RSA for $2.075 billion to a consortium of investors led by Symphony Technology Group, a deal that’s expected to close in six to nine months.
While businesses are becoming more cloud-savvy, misconceptions about cloud governance remain, according to Garth Scully, Veritas country manager for Canada.
Facebook says it’ll pay more taxes in Europe, mechanically enhanced locusts sniff out bombs for the military, and thousands of people are wondering why Team Snapchat left them hanging on Valentine’s Day.
A new seven-part video series from ViewSonic highlights best practices around collaboration and large interactive display products, as well as leadership tips from ViewSonic’s president of Americas, as well as Sean Conrad, chief executive officer of the Internet Marketing Association.
A new report says the collision between business and technology models is causing headaches, the latest stats suggest Macs are more prone to adware infections than PCs, and tech startups are closing in on Kenya.
Governments and private enterprises are having trouble sleeping knowing more of their data is being generated outside of the traditional data centre, but security solutions firm Pivot3 says its latest certification will help them sleep a little better.
MWC 2020 gets cancelled, the U.S. once again accuses Huawei of spying, and Youtube is looking into gatekeeping streaming.
IBM selects Slack over Teams as its official communications platform, Samsung Unpacked yields a few surprises, and Robots loosen their grip on the American workforce.
Most smart environments today are a hodgepodge of different applications of varying quality. A couple of Canadian firms chime in about the importance of a platform strategy in a connected environment.
Amazon is really into our reading habits, scams involving bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency brought in at least $4.3 billion from investors in 2019, and the US charges four Chinese military hackers in Equifax breach.
Google Maps gets a facelift, Airbnb is making changes in Canada, and France fines Apple for $27 million
Bronwyn Hastings, the new channel chief at Citrix has a clear message for partners: get familiar with Citrix Workspaces.
Amazon Web Services’ on-premises Outposts offering is the perfect solution for Canadian manufacturing and healthcare companies seeking to deepen their ties with the tech giant but couldn’t through the public cloud due to data sovereignty or latency issues, according to its director and technical advisor.
Google is engineering a way to encourage its employees to eat healthier, Mastercard’s CEO says he withdrew from Facebook’s Libra because Libra’s leaders wouldn’t commit to observing laws, and Spotify doubles down on podcast content.
The Coalition for Better Ads announced this week announced a new set of standards for ads that appear during video content.
The coronavirus has scared off two major companies from attending Mobile World Congress, YouTube released its revenue…
If you’ve used the Google Takeout service late last year, you may want to check if you’ve…
Welcome to Hashtag Trending. In today’s news, Stephen King has finally had enough of Facebook, TCL to…
There’s no bigger target than Avaya and its 100 million seats in the business communications market, and during the Avaya Engage conference, chief executive officer Jim Chirico wasn’t afraid to admit his executive team had their work cut out trying to stop droves of customers from jumping ship last year prior to announcing a partnership with RingCentral in October.
TCL Communication will no longer be selling BlackBerry-branded mobile devices. BlackBerry’s brand licensing agreement with TCL Communication…
An Amazon engineer criticizes home-security camera company Ring, saying it should be “shut down immediately”, Apple and its wifi chip company Broadcom have been ordered to pay $1.1B, and Avast shuts down its data-harvesting arm.
When asked what she thought about value-added resellers and how firms seeking business with the largest independently owned customs brokerage in Canada could get her attention, Arlene McDonald’s answer was blunt – bring something new to the table.
In a report issued this week, the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI) says the United States, the U.K. and Australia offer strategies the government here should pick up on to improve this country’s cyber defence.
It’s a good news day in tech today. The U.S. is once again curbing annoying robocalls, Microsoft…
How tempting a target are companies with industrial control systems to online threat actors? A lot, according to a fake manufacturing firm set up by security vendor Trend Micro to gather intelligence.
Amazon staff are criticizing the company’s climate policy, Google is charging law enforcement for access to your data, and Spotify targets your pets because why not.
The Government of Canada has named Ricoh Canada one of three managed print services providers selected as part of a program to streamline its procurement process to purchase and manage printing technology and services.
Hashtag Today is about big brother watching over UK citizens, YouTube moderators allegedly being forced into acknowledging…
Despite still being on the U.S. government’s naughty list, Kaspersky’s recently appointed managing director for North America Rob Cataldo is confident about the direction the company is heading in.
Following the acquisition of security software solution provider Carbonite in December, OpenText’s presence in the endpoint security…
Amazon officially becomes the most valuable brand of all time; tech giants set a new record for…
Today’s top story further proves that data theft can happen to anyone. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos had…
The CEO of Google calling for more AI regulation, Amazon wants customers to be able to pay with their hands, and thousands of cam girls have their data exposed.
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…