IT World Canada's Brian Jackson and Alex Radu discuss the top stories of the week in tech news. This week, we discuss Microsoft's commitment to open source, the AdultFriendFinder hack and potential fallout,
Consulting firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd.'s technology arm has released its annual list of Canada's fastest-growing tech companies, and the names at the top are more diverse - in both location and workforce
Deloitte Canada's newest office is bold, unorthodox, stylish, attractive, and tech-driven - everything you'd expect from a group of accountants working at a 158-year-old firm, Toronto managing partner Ryan Brain jokes. And yet
Apple Inc. has taken another big step in its bid to frame its products as business-class devices, not just desirable consumer hardware, by forming a partnership with consulting firm Deloitte, it announced yesterday.
Enterprises and medium-sized businesses aiming to develop a personalized community hub for their users, partners, and employees just received a powerful new tool from customer relations management (CRM) giant Salesforce.com. Today the San
On the show floor of Adobe Summit 2016, Bilal Jaffery, digital practice lead at Deloitte Digital, discusses the news and philosophies on topic at the event, including an examination of Adobe's "third wave"
When Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers the Liberal government’s long-awaited federal budget for 2016, there will be more than a few high-profile industries, including tech, anxiously watching to see how it might affect
Like its peers IDC, Gartner, and Forrester, London-founded, New York City-based consultation firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd. produced a report early last year outlining its predictions for the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications sector
Miovision, a company that helps cities use video feeds to track and manage traffic, is one of Canada’s fastest growing technology companies at the 32nd spot in Deloitte Technology’s latest “Fast 50” list. Miovision’s
Although Canadian marketers increasingly see analytics as a crucial tool, unlocking big data is proving to be a big challenge, a new survey suggests. Sixty-six per cent of chief marketing officers (CMOs) say