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‘Outages happen,’ telecom regulator tells parliamentary committee looking into Rogers crisis

The head of Canada's telecommunications regulator said this month's huge internet and wireless network failure at Rogers could result in more regulation of the...

Preparing for When the Cookies Crumble – CMO Talks with Cathy Taylor

The marketing industry has come a long way in accepting the revolutionary changes occurring in consumer-targeted advertising. The next step in preparing for a...

Worried about your firm’s internet and telecom resiliency? Ask these questions

The cross-Canada internet and wireless outages caused by last week's incident at Rogers Communications should make corporate telecom and IT decision-makers think carefully about...

Government announces new directives to the CRTC

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has announced a new policy directive for the Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), aiming to improve competition...

Sage unveils brand refresh

U.K.-based Sage, an accounting, financial, HR and payroll technology service for small to mid-sized businesses (SMB), has announced a brand refresh.  The refreshed brand represents...

Facebook could block news in Canada over revenue-sharing bill

Facebook told a parliamentary committee that it did not rule out blocking news on its platform in Canada in response to a controversial law...

David and Goliath Meet Document Automation – CMO Talks with Nate Gilmore

Nate Gilmore knows others describe him as a startup and marketing guru, but he sees himself as a service driver with a focus on...

Understanding the Customer Lifecycle – CMO Talks with Nicole German

Nicole German is passionate about her role as Chief Marketing Officer for Tangerine, Canada’s leading digital bank, yet she never envisioned a career in...

Hashtag Trending March 26 – Kaspersky a security threat; subscription for iPhones; and sideloading apps on iPhones?

FCC considers Kaspersky a security threat, Apple is rumoured to be working on a subscription plan for iPhones, and a new EU legislation could...

International Women’s Day: Shopify’s Backbone Angels Surpass 2021 Goals

Backbone Angels has already invested US$2.3 million in 42 women and BIPOC-led companies, just one year after launching. Backbone Angels, a collective of 10 women...

The Art of Podcasting with Mark Colgan

Thanks, in part, to a global pandemic, podcasting has become an increasingly effective way to build brands and attract customers. For Mark Colgan, co-founder...

Montreal-based software company launches new employee onboarding platform

Montreal-based software company GSoft is launching a new product aimed at making the employee onboarding process more engaging and consistent with the new normal...

Gaining a Competitive Edge in a Cookieless World – CMO Talks with Ingrid Burton

There are revolutionary changes occurring in the area of consumer-targeted advertising, and innovative ways to prioritize first-party data. For Ingrid Burton, Chief Marketing Officer...

Montreal-based bitcoin tech company announces Series A funding

Montreal-based bitcoin technology company Shakepay has received a C$44 million Series A investment, at a total company valuation of C$313 million. The company allows...

Greentec becomes first e-waste processor in Canada to receive R2v3 certification

Greentec has become the first electronic waste processor in Canada to receive the R2v3 certification — the latest upgrade in standards set for the electronics industry by SERI.

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Make way for robots! Why your job is about to disappear

Well, actually, it depends on what you do... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVHiTP_2xmY As intriguing as it is to quantify the number of jobs that have the potential to be...

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