Posts Archives - Page 4

Cyber Security Today – COVID-19 scams multiply, stolen corporate documents from ransomware attack and a data breach with big implications

Covid-19 scams multiply, stolen corporate documents from ransomware attack and a data breach with big implications Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It's Monday March 16th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for

Published on: March 16th, 2020 Howard Solomon

Looka looks beyond the logo to make design accessible for brands

Rebranding from Logojoy to Looka, this Toronto startup has expanded its product offerings to give companies the ability to design their own logo, social media assets, and business cards. “I get excited by

Published on: March 12th, 2020 StartUpToronto

Business is all games for Schulich undergrad’s Novaly Studios

Some of the most popular video games are played on a platform called Roblox. Max Vivier, one of those players, saw a chance to create content too. The Schulich School of Business student

Published on: March 9th, 2020 StartUpToronto

Meet Drew Green, CEO of Indochino and a perpetual entrepreneur

Launching his first company while at York University lit a spark for Drew Green, CEO of Indochino. He’s since built a string of startups from scratch to exit while supporting others as a

Published on: March 6th, 2020 StartUpToronto

In response to COVID-19, Cisco is handing out free 90-day Webex business licenses

Cisco has come forward to help those impacted by the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by offering free 90-day Webex licenses to businesses who are not Webex customers, Cisco announced on March 2.

Published on: March 3rd, 2020 Pragya Sehgal

Chit Chat’s arrival from accidental business to small biz shipping mastermind

After grappling with the high cost of sending products to the U.S., Derek Nolan launched Chit Chats, a shipping and logistics company that helps small businesses sell to consumers all over the world.

Published on: March 3rd, 2020 StartUpToronto

Tips for the painless migration of your data warehouse to the cloud

From humble beginnings only a few years ago, the cloud has arrived. Now widely embraced by the IT industry, it’s the strategy of choice for organizations pursuing competitive advantage through agility, cost efficiencies

Published on: March 2nd, 2020 Lynn Greiner

It’s time to showcase your Digital Transformation prowess

Nominations for the ITWC 2020 Digital Transformation Awards are now open. The national awards program is designed to recognize the best examples of business or organizational digital transformations in the country. It is

Published on: March 1st, 2020 Steve Proctor

Pantonium uses AI to make transit more rider-centric

Pantonium's EverRun software allows transit riders to suggest pick up and drop off times and wait for AI to find an efficient route to get them where they need to go in the

Published on: February 27th, 2020 StartUpToronto

Turn government paperwork into efficient workflows – here’s the proof

For input, reviews and approvals on anything, governments use massive amounts of paper. Proof is helping government clients to digitize these processes. That saves time and money. The resulting data offers insight into

Published on: February 20th, 2020 StartUpToronto

Shopify terminates its chief marketing officer

Shopify’s chief marketing officer, Jeff Weiser, is out as the company restructures its marketing strategy and department, according to an internal email to employees obtained by BetaKit. In the email, co-founder and chief

Published on: February 4th, 2020 Pragya Sehgal

Plotly receives $1.7 million from Scale AI

By Catherine Morin   Montreal-based Plotly Technologies this week announced it had received a $1.7 million contribution from Scale AI, the innovation supercluster investing in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and supply

Published on: January 16th, 2020

Twitter to introduce features to limit replies on the compose screen

Twitter, at CES 2020, announced that it will put options to stop and restrict people replying to tweets. This means that Twitter users will soon have more control over who can reply to

Published on: January 9th, 2020 Pragya Sehgal

Personal health data remains secure after ransomware attack, says Saskatchewan’s eHealth CEO

The computer system storing confidential health data of the residents of Saskatchewan was attacked over the weekend, disrupting a number of eHealth Saskatchewan's services, according to eHealth's website. The attack on eHealth, which

Published on: January 8th, 2020 Pragya Sehgal

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen experience review: just try it

Contrary to smartphone's plateauing development, its market competition is fiercer than ever. In the quest to cram more screen into an increasingly constrained space, most manufacturers agreed that folding display is the next

Published on: December 12th, 2019 Tom Li