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OpenText announces Cloud Editions 21.3 for better information management in the cloud

OpenText has released Cloud Editions (CE) 21.3 which includes new features to support information management in the cloud at scale.

Cyber Security Today, June 21, 2021 – Fake Darkside group threatens companies, Darkside affiliate group hits security camera maker, help from Google for software...

This episode reports on an email scammer pretending to be the Darkside group, how Google hopes to help boost security for app developers and the latest vishing scams

All the Teams updates announced at Microsoft Build 2021

Microsoft Teams is getting updates - a lot of updates. At its Microsoft Build 2021 digital event this week, the company unveiled new features,...

Building an adaptable brand – CMO Talks with Claudine Dumont

There are distinct marketing challenges when companies come together in a new brand. Having good intentions is a positive first step, but it all...

ITWC launches fintech and blockchain recognition program and searches for Canada’s top women in cybersecurity

IT World Canada is providing multiple opportunities for women in the enterprise to be recognized for their efforts as technology and business leaders. Starting today,...

Cyber Security Today, March 5, 2021 – Ransomware gang patterns revealed, software code bug exploited, malware hidden in images, and mysterious hacks of criminal...

Ransomware gang patterns revealed, software code bug exploited, beware of malware hidden in images and mysterious hacks of criminal forums. Welcome to Cyber Security Today....

From events to e-vents: Why there’s no turning back from the virtual events environment

Large-scale events took a hit when COVID-19 slammed physical doors, but as the old saying goes, when one door closes, another one opens. Faced...

Sage Business Cloud Marketplace now available in Canada

Sage today announced the launch of the Sage Business Cloud Marketplace in Canada, which will provide its Canadian customers with a selection of cloud-native...

Top 5 retail trends to expect this holiday season

Online shopping has dominated the retail industry during the pandemic. From tools to food, even the most loyal window shoppers have opted to buy...

Digital skills and responsible cloud spending part of Microsoft’s Canada Skills Program curriculum

Microsoft Canada recently announced the launch of its Canada Skills Program in 12 post-secondary institutions this fall in hopes of enhancing data and AI...

Hashtag Trending – Tesla’s battery goals; Toronto the startup hub; Climate pledges from the corporate world

Tesla’s new battery goals, Toronto is a global powerhouse for startups, and new climate pledges for some of the world’s largest companies. It’s all the...

Why the Federal Court dismissed the incumbents’ CRTC internet rates appeal

The Federal Court yesterday dismissed an appeal submitted by the incumbent internet service providers last year. The appeal was filed against the Canadian Radio-television...

Cisco and the City of Toronto team up to deliver free Wi-Fi hotspots for underserved communities

Cisco Canada and the City of Toronto have come together to launch Digital Canopy, an investment of over $1 million of in-kind technology and...

Five days left to enter Cisco’s Small Business Recover kit contest

Cisco is launching a new contest to give small business entrepreneurs a chance to win tools to address remote networking, security, and collaboration needs. The Small...

Ottawa cybersecurity firm slashes at least 20 jobs after U.S. company buys it

HelpSystems, a U.S. cybersecurity company, that recently bought Canada-based tech firm Titus has laid off 20 per cent of the acquired firm’s employees, according...

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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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