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Zoho says its philosophy of transnational localism helped during COVID

Long before the pandemic hit, productivity and collaboration software vendor Zoho was espousing transnational localism, a philosophy that has served it well during COVID-19. What...

Amazon delays Prime Day in Canada and India due to COVID outbreaks at fulfillment centres

Amazon is putting a hold on its Prime Day marketing event in Canada due to recent COVID-19 outbreaks at its facilities in Ontario's Peel...

CRTC’s virtual mobile network approval stirs mixed reactions

The CRTC's MVNO announcement approval seems like a step in the right direction, but many independents disagree.

Canadian Tire, Toronto startup and Ontario government invest $3 million in automated trucking tech

National retailer Canadian Tire and Toronto-based autonomous trucking startup NuPort Robotics have partnered with the Ontario government to commercialize automated trucking technology. As part of...

Twitter to launch new engineering hub in Toronto

Twitter is building its first Canadian engineering team, adding dozens of new members to its office in downtown Toronto in the coming months, the...

SAP plans to open new research and development office in Montreal

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...

Canada’s office vacancy offset by industrial demands

Demand is driven by logistics and e-commerence.

Google employees seeking to unionize

More than 200 Alphabet employees have formed the Alphabet Workers Union.

How 5G drones are saving Canadian crops

Drones are helping more food to reach the table and you didn't even know it.

AI Master Corporal helps keep the Ontario Regiment Museum safe

When the Ontario Regiment Museum shut down due to the pandemic, Jeremy Blowers knew he needed extra precautions to keep his future visitors safe. Located...

Distributel is the latest independent internet provider to increase prices

Distributel is the latest ISP to raise prices over CRTC pricing concerns.

Start.ca raises internet prices as CRTC wholesale rate remains in limbo

London, Ontario-based internet provider Start.ca hiked its internet subscription costs yesterday in response to the recent changes to CRTC's wholesale internet rates. The company increased...

Suspended CRTC wholesale internet price gets the nod from Bell, but reseller ISP warns of higher subscription costs

As the CRTC continues its internet wholesale rates review, suspending its proposed 2019 rate has caused one internet reseller to increase its prices. Minister of...

Citrix calls Workspace a new platform for work

Working from home (WFH) has raised obvious challenges for employees – everyone has been facing them for months now. But less obvious issues have...

Nearly a third of businesses are not ready to reopen right now, says Salesforce survey

While provinces and cities across Canada transition into the next phase of reopening the economy, a new Salesforce Canada survey suggests nearly a third...

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The demand on the wireless local area network (WLAN) is growing -- and organizations should consider cloud-managed Wi-Fi, which shifts IT responsibilities to the cloud, from provisioning to...

Reducing the cost and complexity of network security

The prospect of a security breach is a fact of business life. Just consider a couple examples from recent months: a simple phishing attack...

How upgrading your network can deliver a competitive advantage

In 2014, Gartner reported that the average cost of network downtime to an enterprise was $5,600 per minute. And even if the network isn't...