Microsoft’s president makes it clear that political donations are vital for business, Instacart is under fire after firing employees\ who supported unionization, and a train stops working after Flash dies. It’s all the
Enterprise software firm SAP recently announced that it's doubling down on the Quebec market by opening a new research and development space in Montreal. SAP is co-locating its existing offices in the city
In response to the provincial government's recent call to action, Kitchener, Ont.-based Communitech says it's launching a new program for C-suite executives in both the startup and enterprise scenes to help them develop
Infosec pros watch in horror as a group of rioters supporting Trump storm into the offices at Capitol Hill, potentially compromising IT systems, Elon Musk becomes the world’s wealthiest person, and the good
The telecommunication industry has had an exciting year. With the work from home transition accentuating the importance of good connectivity, network developments, whether it’s 5G or broadband, are accelerating in Canada. The momentum
Amazon Web Services had lots to say at re:Invent this year. Product announcements were aplenty, and so were the partnerships touted on the keynote stage that AWS broadcasted to thousands of remote attendees.
Everyone is talking about the disastrous launch of the highly-anticipated role-playing game from CD Projekt Red, ex-Crowdstrike CTO’s says SolarWind hack is one of the most consequential in history, and Facebook is upset