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How Vancouver-based digital signage firm 10net helped Lush create a ‘dream lounge’

Between Feb. 15 and 19, 2016, visitors to the Vancouver Convention Centre were invited to enter the Lush Dream Lounge, an exotic-looking concept garden with a ceiling that combined a moss- and plant-based

Published on: July 27th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

ITAC identifies 7 priorities for Canada in renegotiation of NAFTA

The Canadian government was open to recommendations for the renegotiation of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) was happy to oblige. The organization has

Published on: July 27th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

Adobe kills the Flash

Wait, not that Flash. Adobe Systems has announced that it is finally putting an end to Flash Player, its multimedia software plugin. Specifically, the company will stop updating and distributing it at the

Published on: July 26th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

HoloLens 2 with custom AI chip expected in 2019

Microsoft isn't letting Google have all the fun. Less than a week following the announcement of the return of Google Glass in the enterprise the Redmond-based tech giant has unveiled the plans for

Published on: July 26th, 2017 Alex Radu

Ontario freight managing startup preparing for digital future

Managing a fleet of freight trucks can be a difficult, complicated job, but one Ontario company is hoping to make the process easier. RoadLaunch provides cloud-based digital management solutions for freight companies across

Published on: July 25th, 2017 Mandy Kovacs

Microsoft Paint is dead; long live Microsoft Paint

A day after it was announced that after 32 years, Microsoft Corp. would be killing rudimentary picture editing software/beloved Windows staple Microsoft Paint, the company wants to assure horrified users the program isn't

Published on: July 25th, 2017 Eric Emin Wood

Flying into the U.S.? What you need to know about the ‘enhanced’ security changes

If you're flying into the United States be prepared to have all of your devices charged and ready to go due to enhanced security measures made for flights heading to the U.S. As

Published on: July 25th, 2017 Alex Radu

Pixel Point is using digital signage to modernize the Ontario Legislature

Most tech companies like to emphasize digital technology's superiority over more tactile or analogue alternatives, but Pixel Point Digital Inc. would rather its audience didn't forget about the human element - a sentiment

Published on: July 21st, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

Tech sector growth map of Canada – New: Top VC deals data

Quebec led the country in the amount of venture capital dollars raised by tech startups, but Ontario had the most deals, according to the PwC and CB Insights' MoneyTree Canada Report for Q2

Published on: July 21st, 2017 Brian Jackson

Process Fusion can convert your paper documents into searchable digital files

We might live in a digital world, but as 2017 Digital Transformation Award nominee Xerox Corp. can attest, that doesn't mean Canada's business world has left paper behind entirely. And while the client

Published on: July 20th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

Google Glass returns for the enterprise

After two years in a limited trial period, Google Glass has come back to life with a new enterprise edition, Glass EE. Google Glass originally failed as a consumer product, but as reported

Published on: July 19th, 2017 Alex Radu

How Zycom transformed an Ontario town’s IT system and saved it 30% in fees

Like many towns of its size, the eastern Ontario waterfront community of Gananoque - population approximately 5100 year-round, considerably more during the summer - was facing aging IT systems, including a mission critical

Published on: July 19th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff

Trump-induced NAFTA renegotiations could be a boon for online businesses, eBay says

Donald Trump's protectionist rhetoric over the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - which in the past he threatened to "rip up" and called "the worst trade deal in history" - could deliver

Published on: July 18th, 2017 Eric Emin Wood

Say hello to Google’s new hiring management app

Google's new "Hire" app is designed to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with their internal hiring process. At its core, the app an applicant tracking service. As such, Hire will integrate with

Published on: July 18th, 2017 Alex Radu

How Digitcom helped an auto parts firm roll out its new phone system across 12 sites

Running multiple locations is crucial for businesses in the manufacturing industry, but how do you ensure they're all working in tandem? That was the challenge facing Brampton, Ont.-based automotive parts manufacturer Matcor-Matsu Group

Published on: July 17th, 2017 ITBusiness Staff