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Cloud security solutions provider Barracuda Networks announced this week that its compliance orchestration platform, Cloud Security Guardian, is integrating with the newly announced Amazon Detective security service.
The Bank of Montreal slashes thousands of jobs, the US and UK take down a Russian cyberhacking ring called Evil Corp., and TikTok admits to suppressing the reach of content created by certain users.
Google employees are upset that founders left instead of fixing the culture; Amazon putting its employees at…
Amazon Web Services (AWS) chief executive officer Andy Jassy highlighted 27 new services during his keynote at the company’s eighth annual re:Invent learning and education conference and urged customers not to procrastinate in starting their digital transformations.
Cyber Monday overshadows Boxing Day, Huawei is moving its U.S. research centre to Canada due to American restrictions on its activities, and the PlayStation turns 25.
Modern, high definition IP video surveillance systems generate massive amounts of sensitive data. Capturing, securing, and making…
Frustrated commuters in Toronto blast Uber and Lyft for higher fares, movie theatre trips were less popular this Thanksgiving, and a new documentary highlights the journey of a single Playboy photo and its impact on the tech industry.
Businesses and educational institutions around the world that use the TrueDialog SMS bulk texting service are scrambling to assess the potential damage to their communications after news that security researchers discovered a huge database of unprotected messages from the Texas-based provider.
Microsoft’s IoT event in Toronto this year not only featured speakers from Microsoft, but representatives from its customers and partners, who shared their successes.
With Black Friday behind us, Hashtag Trending is the perfect podcast to listen to while you unbox…
Facebook and Instagram go down, again, Twitter walks back its plan to give away unused old accounts after getting an earful from the general public, and Panosonic is out of the chipmaking game.
The state of cybersecurity in advanced Canadian manufacturing and critical infrastructure firms leaves a lot to be desired if a survey conducted earlier this year is representative.
If you’re feeling down for messing up at work yesterday, then hopefully you’ll find comfort in our…
It looks like AMD has saved the best for last. Following its recent announcement of the third-gen Threadripper processors, AMD yesterday confirmed that its monstrous Threadripper 3990X will arrive in 2020.
Uber is appealing the stripping of its license in London; Google fires 4 employees who were key…
Uber loses its license to operate in the city of London, England, eBay says it’s selling its StubHub ticketing business to Viagogo in a $4B deal, and Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has officially launched the Contract for the Web, a set of principles designed to “fix” the internet and prevent us from sliding into a “digital dystopia”
Welcome to another Monday’s episode of Hashtag Trending. We have U.S. relaxing its ban on Huawei, Spotify…
Facebook wants you to get into the meme game, a Washington Post reporter’s robotic room service experience goes viral, and WeWork says it’s laying off 2,400 employees globally.
Dell Canada’s channel chief recently revealed a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 78 in Canada, the seventh-highest score out of all the regions that Dell Technologies operates in. A couple of partners spoke to CDN about how that happened.
This episode of Hashtag Trending is pretty lighthearted. We have Microsoft bringing Gmail to Outlook web, Apple’s…
Hashtag Trending is all about news from Google today; for starters we have a story about Google…
Announced this morning, Cohesity is introducing a three-tiered partner program system, designed to “make it easy for Cohesity customers to identify knowledgeable and experienced channel partners that have a proven record of success.”
Hyperconverged solutions provider Pivot3 is updating its global partner program with a three-tier system, and expanding training to include online certifications, on-site workshops, and deep-dive training for professional services.
Travelers advised not to using USB charging ports; SoftBank creating Japanese internet giant; Apple bans vaping apps.
Softchoice recently debuted its Backup-as-a-Service offering, which includes a fully managed and cloud-connected backup and recovery solution for on-premises environments.
Google is bowing down to European data protection authorities, Facebook signs a lease for 30 floors of office space in New York, and despite technical glitches, millions flock to Disney’s new streaming platform.
Facebook and Google are taking a shot at the banking world, WeWork’s troubles continue as reports surface that it lost $1.25 billion in the third quarter, and it’s time to party like it’s the mid-2000s because the Motorola RAZR makes a comeback.
Today’s Hashtag Trending episode talks about the drama between Google and the U.S. government, as well as…
Distributor Tech Data has agreed to sell its outstanding shares to Apollo Global Management, totaling approximately US$5.4 billion in an all-cash deal.
In this episode of Hashtag Trending, we talk about Disney+’s server overload, Facebook secretly activating cameras, and Americans voting for the best brand.
Dell Technologies is doubling down on the pay-per-use pricing model, and this morning, announced a set of as-a-service offerings across its infrastructure portfolio.
*This story was updated Nov. 13 to include additional information and quotes from John Roese and Scalar,…
Listeners in Toronto are greeted with a fresh blanket of snow this morning. Before you head out…
Two Twitter employees have been charged in spying scandal; Bernie Sanders calls for the breakup of Facebook;…
New logo, same Facebook, Netflix doesn’t want you to share, and a feel-good campaign to help Google…
Layoffs at WeWork hit Meetup; Could Uber be profitable by 2021?; Spotify launching kids service The chaos…
Facebook rebranded its company; the classroom cellphone ban begins in Ontario; Google is staying silent on political…
Microsoft has discovered a successful formula for introducing a broad range of Internet-of-Things solutions to different verticals,…
The Waterfront Toronto board of directors approved Sidewalk Labs’ smart neighbourhood project on Quayside, Google acquires Fitbit, and its November 2019, which means that Blade Runner has officially become a movie set in modern day.
DENVER, CO – At its annual user and partner conference, Commvault GO, Commvault announced that industry veteran Mercer Rowe has joined it as vice-president, global channels and alliances, and Edison Peres, who led the Cisco global channel for fifteen years, has come on board as a strategic go-to-market advisor.
The Uber Freight app is driving into Canada, Netflix wants to speed up its shows because people are impatient, and underperforming iPhone sales aren’t bothering Apple.
Today’s Hashtag Trending episode sees Google replacing phones with paper, WhatsApp dishing out a new lawsuit, and…
Ransomware reared its ugly head many times this year, but as the barrier to entry for deploying ransomware becomes frighteningly low, experts are warning that municipalities are becoming increasingly vulnerable.