VMware’s appetite for acquisitions hasn’t waned since it acquired Pivotal last summer for $2.7 billion, and this…
For 12 years, the PC business and accessories market helped D&H expand its Canadian footprint and develop…
Windows 7 is dead, but 25% of large businesses in Canada are still running it on desktops, says IDC survey
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.
CES 2020: Intel shows off Tiger Lake processors with ‘double-digit performance gains’ and new graphics
At the Intel CES 2020 conference on Jan. 6th, Intel gave a glimpse of its Tiger Lake processor, the next-gen processor that will succeed Ice Lake launched just last year.
Enterprises still have reservations when it comes to moving their large complex networks to the cloud, but Aruba’s latest enhancements to its SD-Branch solution should quell many of those concerns, according to Patrick LaPorte.
The start of the new year is a time when system administrators need to think about applications reaching end of life. Admins should know by now that support for Windows 7 ends Jan. 14, as well as some versions of Windows 10.
At its Performance for the Real World event held in Las Vegas Jan. 5, Intel gave the attending press a sneak peek of what’s to come at its CES briefing the next day.
Communication infrastructure firm Zayo Group says it plans to deploy its third fibre network route from Montreal, Que., to Albany, N.Y., by the end of January.
IBM has frequently touted the $1 trillion hybrid cloud market ever since it purchased Red Hat, and Red Hat Canada’s country manager Claude Reeves is “very optimistic” about the opportunities channel partners will have next year to get in on that action.
Spurred by the recent cyber attack on LifeLabs, cloud backup, recovery and restore software provider, Asigra, has launched a new program to help public and non-profit organizations defend their backup repositories against cyberattacks, the company announced, Dec. 19.
Over the past year, small and large value-added resellers in Canada have pushed certain parts of the…
At its Internet for the Future event, Cisco announced Silicon One, a single chip family that can handle both the complexity of routing and the high-speed, power-frugal requirements of switching; in the past, those extremely different functions have been performed by separate silicon architectures.
Using fixed wireless 5G millimetre wave equipment from Nokia, network solutions provider TeraGo is launching technical trials in the Greater Toronto Area and the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area beginning in the first quarter of 2020.
By Dave Gordon With files from Alex Coop Toronto’s Sensei Labs took the top prize recently…