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What is FaceApp doing with your pictures?; pedestrian struck in Vienna driverless bus trial; Australian researchers make…
A Saskatchewan-based managed services provider is reaping the fruits of its investments in predictive analytics and gaining a foothold in the Western Canadian market as a result.
Local internet service providers shine in new study, Amazon says sale its Prime Day sale netted more than last year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, and the European Union has its crosshairs set on Amazon.
Elon Musk wants to tap into your brain, TurboTax targets low-income taxpayers to pay for its services, and a new report says robots ARE going to take our jobs.
How do you deal with a corporate head office that doesn’t seem to understand the Canadian market?
Office 365 banned in German State of Hesse, YouTuber a more popular career choice than astronauts in…
Partnerships were the name of the game at OpenText Enterprise World. Although no new programs for the channel were announced, the message was all about alignment.
#PrimeDayAmazon is joined by the Amazon Strike, social media, not video games, is linked to depression according to a new report, and the Federal Trade Commission approves a $5B settlement with Facebook.
Microsoft partners rejoice, and maintaining confidence in your solution even when an outgoing MSP gives you a hard time.
Malware infects 25 million Android devices through Asian app store, FCC leaks images of the Samsung Galaxy…
Another player enters the streaming wars, it turns out human workers are listening to recordings from Google Assistant, and a former Tesla employee is in the hot seat.
25 million Android users infected with Malware from WhatsApp; Wi-fi network busts young vandals; Did a smart…
As IBM closed its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat Tuesday, questions continued to swirl around the impact the move will have on partners and clients, which even IBM’s Arvind Krishna acknowledged was the “real challenge” ever since the deal was announced last October.
Instagram is stepping up its efforts to stomp out bullying on its platform, Juggalo makeup, it turns out, can block facial recognition technology, and IBM finally closes its acquisition of Red Hat.
AI helps unlock some of the Beatles greatest secrets, British Airways gets slapped with a fine by the GDPR, and Bill Gates describes Steve Jobs as a wizard.
https://www.accc.gov.au/media-release/samsung-in-court-for-misleading-phone-water-resistance-advertisements Trending on Twitter, Samsung finds itself in hot water because its phones don’t work in water.…
Upset over Microsoft Partner Network changes, and late-night emergency calls are some of the top posts on the MSP subreddit this week.
Hacker gets two years in jail and a hefty fine, former Wikipedia cofounder strikes against social media…
It takes a long time for a large company like IBM to pass on quality leads to its partners. Lori Cohen used to get one per month, but with the help of IBM’s new AI-buddy SCORE, that number is now eight.
John Reid navigated the complicated waters of federal procurement and championed the rights of businesses with such grace, an outsider would have a hard time believing he was one of Canada’s most tireless advocates for the tech industry.
The Sony Walkman turns 40 today, Cloudflare outage impacts services across the web, and China forces tourists to install text-stealing malware.
What do you do when a big vendor tries to go direct with one of your clients behind your back? And are you a “chill” MSP?
The dockless scooter craze is coming to Canada, The price of Bitcoin doesn’t know what to do with itself, and a longtime Apple executive announces his departure.
An increasing number of Canadian businesses believe they are more ready for cyber threats than they were this time last year, according to a new report published by CDW Canada.
A disturbing new deepfake app is making its rounds, a new report about how robots will change the world is getting people worried again, and New York’s strategy to provide affordable broadband continues to turn heads.
Bitcoin prices makes a comeback, massive telecom attack linked to Chinese hackers, Bell increases connection fee.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) channel partners helped grow GreenLake, the company’s hybrid cloud, data centre and private…
Ingram Micro held its 2019 Partner Experience Roadshow recently in Toronto, and it was clear that collaboration across the Canadian tech industry has become the norm.
Sidewalk Labs finally reveals its plans for Toronto project; Facebook could soon need to reveal the value…
Google abandons tablet market, Amazon leases more cargo planes, Samsung asking Apple to pay fine.
A lot has changed in the cybersecurity space since the 1990’s, which is why Kaspersky Lab recently announced a “complete rebranding” of the organization, according to the company’s head of marketing and partner marketing for North America.
Criminals exploit fake calendar invites, Google to build homes, U.S. chipmakers want Huawei back. That’s all the…
Facebook announces its cryptocurrency set to launch in 2020; Google Calendar crashed for 3 hours on Tuesday;…
A company out of Israel claims it can hack into all iPhones as well as many Androids;…
Canada is one of FireEye Inc.’s fastest growing regions, so it only made sense to open up a new headquarters in Toronto, according to the cybersecurity firm’s area vice-president and general manager for Canada.
Lenovo recently announced the ThinkSmart Hub 500, an all-in-one video conferencing hub for Zoom Rooms and Microsoft Team, at InfoComm 2019.
Despite the shift towards hyper-converged infrastructure, Dell EMC is reaffirming its belief that converged infrastructure still has a part to play with its latest announcement.
The Reddit recap highlights last week’s top trending posts on the r/msp subreddit. This is the largest MSP-related group on Reddit with nearly 40,000 members. Looking to find a quick answer to a question? This is the place to be.
AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile get hit with a FCC complaint, lawsuits aimed at Amazon suggest the company may be recording kids who use Alexa devices without their consent, and Huawei is in the hot seat again.
Google Pixel 4 pictured, Huawei scraps a laptop due to U.S. ban, Facebook pays to pay for…
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) recently announced an API integration designed to provide additional protection against cyber threats for Canadian SMBs.
Chrome tests distraction-free reading mode, hackers steal biometric data from border patrol, AMD announces new processor. That’s…
Mozilla to launch a paid browser, Samsung Galaxy Fold gets an updated release date, Google Maps warns…
The walkout organizer at Google has quit the company citing retaliation against her, Microsoft deleted the database…
The Reddit recap highlights last week’s top trending posts on the r/msp subreddit. This is the largest MSP-related group on Reddit with nearly 40,000 members.
The new Mac Pros are popping up on rooftops thanks to augmented reality, Sidewalk Labs’ smart city project in Toronto is in the spotlight again, and Iron Man pledges to clean up the Earth.
U.S. wants your social media account, Amazon to start drone delivery, NSA and Microsoft urge users to…
iTunes will continue to exist on Windows, Microsoft teases dual-screen device, Firefox now natively blocks cookies. That’s…
New data from NPD Group shows a sharp 18 per cent increase in the number of security software solutions going through distributors from 2017 and 2018.
News from Apple’s developer conference, major outages reported for YouTube, Google and Snapchat, and doctors rally to stomp out fake news on social media.
BlackBerry Messenger gets shut down today, BBC hits data cap during its first 5G live broadcast, Spotify…
CDN is starting a new series called “The Reddit recap” which will highlight the week’s trending posts on the r/msp subreddit. This is the largest MSP-related group on Reddit with nearly 10,000 members. Looking to find a quick answer to your question? This is the place to be.
With the rise of hybrid and multi cloud, the latest of major pivots for Ottawa’s HyAlto was an obvious one according to its chief executive officer Alan Zurakowski.
Avaya announced the general release of Powered by Avaya IX, its new cloud unified communications-as-a-service offering that runs on Google Cloud Platform.
At the Intel Corp. Blueprint event held in Santa Clara on May 16th, a panel of key Intel spokespeople detailed the vision set for Project Athena, the next evolution for Ultrabooks and thin-and-light notebooks.
Tech companies condemn a new U.K. surveillance proposal, Amazon removes fake medical books, journalist finds 5,400 trackers…
Uber will ban unruly passengers, Huawei is once again on the SD Association list, Google to ban…
While some people were displeased with the subdued rollout of legal cannabis in Ontario due to the last-minute legislation changes and the absence of physical stores – until this April anyway – the decision to focus on cloud, wireless and mobile was intentional, according to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario’s (LCBO) CIO.
Apple releases a new iPod Touch; Ikea dabbles with augmented reality, and Zuckerberg blows off Canada’s House of Commons.
When many people think of Citrix, VDI comes to mind. Yet today that’s a small part of the company’s business; now the Intelligent Workspace is front and center in the product portfolio, alongside networking and analytics.
AMD drops some big announcements at Computex, Bill Gates’ summer reading list, and Facebook announces its plans for its own cryptocurrency.
The Channel Daily News 2019 Channel Partner survey is designed to understand the successes and challenges of selling technology solutions in the Canadian market.
Apple has agreed to warn its users when an update will slow down their phones. Huawei is…
Panasonic joins a growing list of companies turning their backs on Huawei, Facebook doubles down on deleting fake accounts, and Comcast is working on an in-home device that tracks health.
IT security experts say they still come across business leaders in Canada who don’t believe their organization…
Hackers hold Baltimore for ransom, Google Glass is making a comeback, and Google’s AI improves accuracy of lung cancer diagnosis
Earlier this month, Ottawa’s premier internet of things event glossed over the implications of WiFi 6, according to Martello Technologies Group’s CEO, and unfortunately it’s no surprise thanks to the hubbub around 5G.
Thousands descend upon Toronto’s Collision technology conference, Canada announces its new Digital Charter to bolster privacy and security, and the U.S. says it will delay adding Huawei to a trade blacklist for 90 days.
The manufacturing industry is spending billions of dollars on IoT, but it continues to do a terrible job of securing its connected devices.
An early look at the responses coming in for ITWC’s 2019 CanadianCIO Census shows some good news…
Trudeau cracks down on social media, an international cybercrime gang is taken down, and throwing out the…
Facebook takes action to prevent hateful content from live-streaming on its platform. The OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone…
Independent smartphone maker OnePlus announced a new handset, but people are more excited about the new headphones.…
After going back to the drawing board, Lenovo decided the best way to achieve market-share dominance was by combining elements of its data centre and intelligent devices groups.
Lenovo briefly paraded its latest innovation, a foldable ThinkPad X1 laptop, in front of reporters during its annual Transform 3.0 at Accelerate Monday, calling it the world’s first foldable PC.
Instagram says it’s going to block hashtags that lead to anti-vaccination misinformation, plans for the world’s first 3D-printed community are revealed, and Jeff Bezos is shooting for the moon.
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