A leading European data loss prevention (DLP) software manufacturer has opened up shop in North America. Prague-based Safetica Technologies announced today the launch of a North American division, based in Newton, North Carolina
Published on: September 20th, 2016 Eric Emin Wood @ericewood
By now, it's common knowledge that small businesses, particularly retailers near so-called "PokéStops," can use mobile game phenomenon Pokémon Go to increase foot traffic - but now Slant Marketing has the numbers to
Published on: September 13th, 2016 Eric Emin Wood @ericewood
PayPal Holdings, Inc. announced today the appointment of Paul Parisi, a payments industry veteran of 17 years, including more than a decade with American Express, as general manager of its Canadian division. He
Small and medium-sized business (SMB) owners looking for the peace of mind and easy access offered by on-site data storage now have an affordable new option, thanks to Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). The
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).
IBM Corp. is making Apple Pay available to small and medium-sized ecommerce shops that want make the mobile payment option available to customers. Clients that use IBM's WebSphere Commerce or IBM Commerce on Cloud
Bell Canada is now delivering its unified communications service, Bell Total Connect, to small and medium-sized businesses in Ontario and Quebec, the telecommunications giant announced May 31. Previously available only to enterprises and
Canadian small business owners looking for advice can now turn to Rogers for assistance. Rogers has opened 72 new small business centres throughout Canada, designed to support owners and provide access to resources.
Even in today's wireless, mobile-first economy, possessing a high-speed Internet connection remains a priority - and a challenge - for small businesses across Canada. Now one of the country's leading providers is beginning
Montreal-based Yellow Pages Ltd. recently acquired Juice Mobile, a privately-held, Toronto-based marketing service provider and automated mobile advertising platform developer, for $35 million. The acquisition was announced on March 15 and closed on