Wi-Fi might be a fixture in homes, offices, and restaurant franchises across the country, but thus far ISP giants have yet to offer hotspot installation services for public-facing small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
"Law" and "technology" rarely appear in the same sentence outside of antitrust cases, but Canadian business firm McMillan LLP is aiming to change that. Last week the Toronto-headquartered organization, which employs some 300
A new survey commissioned by Dell Inc. indicates that IT managers and the C-suite might be stronger partners than previously believed. For example, according to the Dell State of IT Trends 2016 survey,
A visitor to Macy's in Portland, Ore. or Miami, Fla. can now have their mobile device act as their personal shopping assistant, thanks to a joint venture between the 157-year-old retailer; cloud-based customer
Today's businesses rely on apps just as frequently as consumers; so why should consumers expect a simple, intuitive experience while employees are forced to stumble along? That was apparently the thinking behind Microsoft
Manufacturing companies with visions of incorporating the latest automated, cloud-based, analytical tech into their production process need to recognize the value of a measured approach, an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) veteran says. Martin
The Canadian government is borrowing a page from the private sector with the new Information Technology Strategic Plan it revealed on June 29. In what Government of Canada CIO John Messina acknowledges is
If you ask most people about their experience navigating government services, it's rare to hear words like "easy," "consistent," or "accountable," but that's exactly what Service Canada hopes to achieve with the new
Toronto-based marketing software firm Influitive released a major update to its advocacy marketing product on Tuesday, introducing personalization, more social features for advocate users, and a better mobile experience. Influitive's flagship product AdvocateHub is
Redmond, Wash.-based tech giant Microsoft Corp. announced on June 13 that it would be acquiring Mountain View, Calif.-based professional social network LinkedIn Corp. for $196 USD per share, or $26.2 billion USD. In
Automated trading and interconnected markets have given Canada's investment firms a massive digital headache in recent years - and the Canadian arm of Monroe, La.-based IT firm CenturyLink, Inc. is offering a cure.