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AirBnB to stream shows; external storage stops Windows update; Google Docs now available offline. It’s all the…
Getting products into customers’ hands is one thing, but channel partners are finding that wrapping services around those products pay off in the long run.
A shifting IT channel market in Canada reflects how the pace of change is accelerating for this industry. There isn’t one common factor that neatly throws a lasso around all these newcomers, but instead many different threads that weaves them together into an emergent force.
Ahead of tonight’s Top 100 event, read CDN editor Alex Coop’s latest piece about this year’s rankings and the ongoing evolution of the channel partner community.
The newest Facebook hire was a key person in the crafting of the Patriot Act; on Earth…
Canadian organizations are increasingly moving data and workloads to the cloud. But if a recently-released study is representative, the leading firms in this movement are among the least secure.
Samsung delays foldable phones; Google and Amazon play nice; bad passwords are still rampant. It’s all the…
Data science isn’t an exact science, but Google’s partner of the year for data and analytics says Google Cloud Platform (GCP) delivers the closest thing to an exact science as possible.
D&H Canada is picking up the slack in Quebec where distribution has retracted, according to its business development manager, and events such as their seventh annual technology conference in Montreal April 4 help significantly.
China builds a Mars simulator to emulate life on the Red Planet; Microsoft refused to sell facial…
Twitter is flooded with broken Galaxy Folds, an art historian might have the keys to the Notre Dame’s restoration, and documents show Mark Zuckerberg’s willingness to play with your data.
After a basic search query, a large financial institution recently discovered, within seconds, that internal documents had leaked and were floating around on the dark web.
The Canadian federal government announced a $52.4 million investment into a growth and innovation network Tuesday to…
YouTube flags the Notre Dame fire as misinformation, a 24-year-old engineer is changing lives with his 3D printed prosthetic limbs, and Twitter goes down memory lane.
Scientists unveil the world’s first 3D-printed rabbit-sized heart, a new study highlights Russia’s increasing efforts to hack global navigation satellite systems, and Samsung’s foldable phone is shown off for the first time.
In an effort to facilitate advancements to some important industries in Canada, Deloitte Digital has turned its focus towards industry-specific applications with its recent launch of its Salesforce Global Assets and Solutions Group (ASG) to Canada at Salesforce World Tour Toronto.
As an analysis of the soon-to-be-released 2019 Channel Benchmark report reveals, there are many roads to success for solution providers in the Canadian channel.
Samsung fixes Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor; Sony shows off 16K display; researchers find five flaws in WPA3.…
Hong Kong has been developing multiple technology-driven government projects as part of a “Smart City Blueprint” created in December 2017
Compared to 4G, 5G boasts tremendously increases data rates and significantly lowers latency to cellular devices. But 5G’s benefits encompass more than just telecommunication.
Alexa is spying on you; iPhone’s to be more environmentally friendly; Canada concludes first 5G auction. It’s…
A big day for the internet in the states as the House of Representatives voted to reinstate…
An Apple engineer’s experience at the border raises questions about civil liberties. Google announces a partnership with…
Google dissolves its AI ethics board just one week after forming it; Amazon’s planning to launch 3,000…
Nearly 60 per cent of businesses have automated their security and incident response tools, but only at a very minimal level, according to a new SANS Institute study.
Not long after announcing a $15 million investment in Western Canada, Cisco Systems opened the doors to a new lab featuring Cisco’s hyperconverged infrastructure solution, Hyperflex, located at PCM Canada’s head office in Edmonton.
Samsung snubs Apple on 5G modems, machine learning could improve flavors in the food we grow; John…
Have you ever read through a channel partner’s website, only to finish and realize you still know nothing about what they actually do?
Norway is the king of electric cars, Walmart is teaming up with Google, and Amazon is under fire again after a story about its injured workers goes viral.
VMware Inc. is doing away with its old partner program and introducing one that gives partners new opportunities to co-sell and co-invest with Dell Technologies subsidiary.
SAN FRANCISCO — Intel Corp. doubled down on its data-centric strategy message on Tuesday, unveiling seven new…
Intel announced the general availability of its second generation of Intel Xeon Scalable processors Tuesday, a workhorse of the data centre, and shared details on the many different flavours of the custom processors designed to address many specific challenges, including in artificial intelligence.
Toronto’s Dimensional Strategies Inc. (DSI) celebrated its 20th anniversary recently, and its principal Jeremy Fitzgerald was able to track the company’s ‘aha moment’ back to when it decided to throw everything it had at Microsoft 10 years ago.
A pair of studies shed light on people’s thoughts about online privacy and self-driving vehicles, plus, Right to Repair becomes a national issue.
Small and mid-sized companies face a dilemma when it comes to cyber security: If they can’t afford full-time infosec experts to effectively defend themselves, what and how much can they afford to do?
Gmail adds email scheduling, finally, the TSA introduces new scanning tech, meaning laptops stay in bags, and a video of a robot helping the disabled goes viral.
We spoke with this year’s CDN Top 100 Lifetime Achievement Award winner about his career, the security landscape in IT, and what he’s got in store for the future.
Roku releases the perfect remote for your pets; Microsoft bans April Fools Day pranks; and we take…
The continued absence of a formal, standardized structure to learning for channel business professionals is both surprising and troubling, says the director of the Channel Institute, a global channel business training organization.
SMB IT resellers in Canada are beefing up their business models with consulting and IT services as they fight for market share in their hyper-competitive niche which is under threat by the exponential growth of cloud services.
Asus fixes updating software backdoor; Facebook bans white separatists; Twitter releases new dark mode for iOS. It’s…
More than 200 channel marketers listened intently to Marcus Sheridan and his story about swimming pools during Cisco Systems’ Marketing Velocity event Wednesday.
Canadian AI pioneers win Turing Award; MacBook keyboards continue to fail; FTC hits robocallers with massive fines.…
EU passes Article 13 and 11; Huawei releases P30 series smartphones; Xiaomi releases a 100W smartphone charger.…
Canada faced the second biggest increase in malware attacks last year among customers according to corporate security vendor SonicWall.
Philanthropists Gerald Schwartz and Heather Reisman have made a $100 million donation to the University of…
California’s HashiCorp has quietly built a strong portfolio of open source solutions, and is now leaning on a Toronto partner to get them into the hands of customers north of the border.
Apple launches its Netflix competitor; Huawei will unveil its P30 smartphones; and Pinterest will go public sooner…
As expected, HP is seeing a wider adoption of 3D printing globally, so it’s no surprise partners keep asking Christoph Schell how they can get in on the action.
Another embarrassing security incident at Facebook; the most ironic robocall ever received; Feeling lonely? Well if you’re…
Apple released new AirPods. The new FireFox browser prevents the most annoying feature on the web. And…
While the hardware giant wasn’t shy about talking products, it focused a lot on differentiation this week, encouraging partners to invest in the ability to service the HP products being resold, specifically printers.
Insiders of Canada’s technology community reviewed the budget as taking steps in the right direction to help firms scale up operations, but were critical that the Liberal government didn’t go far enough in determining a clear data strategy.
A new unified communications (UC) monitoring and management solution developed by Ottawa’s Martello Technologies has been inserted into Mitel Networks Corp.’s performance analytics solution.
Canada has a new minister of digital government, again. You won’t believe who’s telling you to delete…
During the HP Reinvent 2019 event, HP unveiled its updated midrange enterprise and consumer device portfolios, as well as a new enterprise software security solution and the new Reverb VR headset.
In the midst of the latest hoopla surrounding Google’s latest push into gaming, Avaya today quietly announced further integration with Google Cloud Contact Center at the Enterprise Connect 2019 event in Orlando.
Apple Inc. is introducing two new iPads to its product line with today’s launch of the iPad Air (starting at $649) and iPad Mini (starting at $529).
Today at HP Inc.’s flagship global partner event, the company announced a new multi-vendor financing model and a revamped gateway to services training and sales assets.
Facebook will use AI to prevent revenge porn, millennials are watching a ton of Netflix, and Tesla…
Electronic signature software vendor DocuSign Inc. opened a regional headquarters in Toronto on March 14, part of the firm’s ‘Invest for Canada’ initiative. It also announced that it’s appointed cyber security expert and entrepreneur Robert Herjavec to its advisory group.
Datto Inc.’s annual Canadian State of the Channel Ransomware Report released this week, and among the laundry-list…
Cohesity is expanding its Canadian presence with an office in Toronto and between 100 and 120 employees across the country within a year’s time.
Worldwide spending on artificial systems will reach $35.8 billion in 2019, according to IDC’s latest projections, a whopping 44 per cent increase over the amount spent in 2018.
A few weeks after Cohesity announced the ability for third-party applications to run on its platform, the hyperconverged secondary storage vendor says it’s joined Cisco’s SolutionsPlus program.
Happy birthday to the web! Trust me, your thirties aren’t so bad. A petition signed by 250…
Ottawa’s General Dynamics Mission Systems was recently awarded three contracts valued at more than $621 million by the federal government to improve the Canadian Army’s (CA) ability to protect the communications and information systems they depend on.
Why quantum computers just got another research boost. Taking Mark Zuckerberg’s privacy essay to task. And a…
Cisco’s first specialized certified IoT partner in Canada unveiled its industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network discovery and assessment platform, LANAware, giving industrial networks their own inventorying and monitoring capabilities.
An update on the digital wallets of a cryptocurrency founder who died recently, Elizabeth Warren wants to break up all the tech giants, and a new report from the U.S. Senate says Equifax didn’t do its job when it came to cybersecurity. Shocker.
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