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Dialog with Debow: serial entrepreneur on his new product ‘AM radio for the Internet’

Hear a live-to-tape conversation with serial entrepreneur Daniel Debow about his new product, his time at Salesforce, and the Toronto tech ecosystem.

CompuCom unveils ‘Self Healing’ AI service for healthcare

CompuCom System Inc. is bringing its artificial intelligence (AI), automation software-as-a-service (SaaS) product to the world of healthcare to help providers automate tech support and...

Best cities in Canada for tech startups

Wondering where the best place to start your tech company might be? Or looking for a job at an emerging tech startup and not...

Cisco Webex experiences almost week-long shut down

Cisco Webex Team customers were unhappy last week as the platform experienced week long service outages across almost the entire system. It began Tuesday, September...

How SAQ and CAMH are driving results with data analytics

Analytics is a broad term, encompassing everything from basic statistics to the complex algorithms used in artificial intelligence. Yet organizations of all types can...

MaRS, Instacart announce tech hubs in Toronto

It was a big week in Toronto for tech news, with Elevate kicking off its second annual, city-wide tech fest on Tuesday and the...

How Canadian businesses are using AI – Elevate day two

Elevate Tech Fest day two was a whirlwind event, with more than a dozen different ‘tracks’ spread out across Toronto that focused on everything...

Canadian firms care more about AI ethics than U.S.: SAS survey

Artificial intelligence (AI) is on everyone's lips these days, but is it being used ethically? Analytics firm SAS Institute partnered with Intel, Accenture Applied...

Salesforce introduces Einstein Voice Assistant

Getting daily briefings from Alexa or Google Home is a convenient way to get morning news, but imagine if you could get personalized daily...

BlackBerry partners with L-Spark, launches new accelerator programs for SMEs

BlackBerry Limited has partnered with L-Spark, Canada’s largest software-as-a-service accelerator, to help small to medium-sized technology businesses grow to bring new products to the...

Google services generated as much as $18 billion in Canadian economy last year: Deloitte

Canadian businesses created $10.4 billion in economic activity last year just through the use of Google Search and Google Ads, according to an Economic...

SAP announces digital assistant and mobile app for HR

LAS VEGAS- SAP has announced a digital assistant for human resources (HR) as well as an Android mobile app for its SuccessFactors set of...

Montreal-based WorkJam helps Target Australia succeed

While Target Corp. may have had a short, unsuccessful stint in Canada, things are a little different ‘down-under’, with Target Australia seeing new-found success...

Facebook partners with RentSeeker.com to connect to real estate market

Facebook is partnering with RentSeeker.ca to add property listings to its Marketplace service.

Apple partners with CDW Canada for ‘Apple at Work’ services

Apple Inc. is broadening the way it works with resellers in a bid to put more iPhones, iPads, and Macs inside of cubicle walls and working with solution-provider CDW on a new "Apple at Work" offering that is available across North America.

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Looking back at the Dot Com boom at the turn of the millennium, it’s amazing to see how far we’ve come thanks to the...

Why managed Wi-Fi makes sense for business

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...