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IT Weapons Inc.

Provide a brief description of the Solution or Service provided. IT Weapons provides a wide range of consulting and managed services. Unlike the traditional break-fix IT firm that builds a managed services portfolio,

Published on: October 8th, 2010 CDN Staff

Where Microsoft stands on cloud computing

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) is betting on the cloud to provide the next wave of innovation and opportunities for technologists, businesses and consumers. CEO Steve Ballmer has said that the vendor is “all in”

Published on: June 18th, 2010 CDN Staff

Digica addresses password challenges

Two-factor authentication technology developer Cryptocard has added Toronto-based solution provider Digica Solutions to its North American Partner program.Digica will now provide Cryptocard products to vertical markets such as legal, insurance, transportation, healthcare, and

Published on: August 27th, 2008 CDN Staff

On billionaires and battles on demand

July 5, 2007Gates on being the world's richestSeattle Post-IntelligencerTodd Bishop is a Microsoft watcher and his got the billionaire on tape.“Bill Gates is no longer the world's richest man, having been surpassed by

Published on: July 5th, 2007 CDN Staff

Will Apple laptops be tip-top?

May 14, 2007Apple solid state laptopsWiredAdario Strange has some news about Apple hardware.”Sequoia Capital's Jason Calacanis claimed to have inside information from a well-placed source indicating that a solid state Apple laptop is

Published on: May 14th, 2007 CDN Staff

MySpace gets a new face in China

April 26, 2007 MySpace in China The Tech Chronicles Ellen Lee looks at what MySpace is doing in China. Those who sign up get one friend, except it will not be Tom from

Published on: April 27th, 2007 CDN Staff

Fortinet joins HP ProCurve alliance program

SUNNYVALE, Calif., -- Fortinet said it is the first security partner to join the Hewlett-Packard's ProCurve Alliance, a recently-announced program designed to offer customers security, mobility and convergence solutions that have been tested

Published on: April 18th, 2007 CDN Staff

Should we be worried about Doubleclick?

Friday, April 20 DoubleClick raises privacy concerns reporter Margaret Kane provides some perspective on Google's latest buy. “Google's announced acquisition of DoubleClick has raised considerable concern among privacy advocates, who argue

Published on: April 17th, 2007 CDN Staff

Tumbling along

Thursday, April 5 The TumblrTech CrunchBlake Robinson discovers something called tumblelog, which isn't so different to a Weblog. “Tumblr is a re-envisioning of tumblelogging, a subset of blogging that uses quick, mixed-media posts.

Published on: April 4th, 2007 CDN Staff

Oracle to buy in-memory software manager

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. -- Oracle today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Tangosol Inc, a provider of in-memory data grid software for an undisclosed price.Data grid software increases

Published on: March 26th, 2007 CDN Staff

Verdict in on Apple TV

Friday, March 23The Wall Street Journal and Apple TV Bit Player Jon Healey blogs about how the Wall Street Journal got a sneak peak at the Apple TV. “The inability to handle streamed

Published on: March 23rd, 2007 CDN Staff

Tesla runs out of gas

We at CDN have written about the potential market for solution providers in the automotive space, but we've never really discussed a car made because of technological breakthroughs. Well, the blog is good

Published on: February 23rd, 2007 CDN Staff

Making a difference – Routers/Switches/Hubs

Despite their shared bandwidth and lack of filtering capabilities, hubs once dominated the networking market. However, they gradually gave way to switches as the price of these devices fell, and are now only

Published on: November 30th, 2006 CDN Staff

Making a difference – Operating Systems

In 1985, Microsoft and IBM agreed to create a new graphical operating system: OS/2. However, Microsoft had already released Windows 1.0, a graphical shell that ran on top of MS-DOS.In late 1989, the

Published on: November 30th, 2006 CDN Staff

Making a difference – Browsers

Tim Berners-Lee's 1990 program, WorldWideWeb was the first browser. Developed on a NeXTSTEP computer, it incorporated many of its interface features. Then, in 1993, Lynx, a completely text-based browser, was introduced to allow

Published on: November 30th, 2006 CDN Staff