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SMBs say access to technology will simplify payment collection

Small business owners in Canada say better access to technology would make it easier to collect payments. In light of Small Business Week in Canada, Intuit Canada, which offers QuickBooks online accounting software

Published on: October 22nd, 2021 Samira Balsara

Hashtag Trending Oct. 22- Trump’s Social Platform; The Canadian Dream; Fake Vaccine Cards Sold

Files from Jori Negin-Shecter Donald Trump is launching a social media platform, Canadians may be living “The American Dream,” and fake vaccine cards are circulating on social media. It’s all the tech news

Published on: October 22nd, 2021 Samira Balsara

Hashtag Trending Oct. 21- Facebook’s Name Change; New Play Store Security Feature; Instagram Posts from Desktop

With files from Samira Balsara Facebook is planning a name change, Google plans to add a new feature to its Play Store, and Instagram users will finally be able to make posts via

Published on: October 21st, 2021 Jori Negin-Shecter

Cyber Security Today, Oct. 20, 2021 – Administrators urged to update PowerShell, ransomware reports to read and a hacker gets seven years in prison

Administrators urged to update PowerShell, ransomware reports to read and a hacker gets seven years in prison. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Wednesday October 20th. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing writer on cybersecurity

Published on: October 20th, 2021 Howard Solomon

Hashtag Trending Oct. 20 – Google announces Pixel; Facebook settles with the DOJ; Amazon takes heat on competition practices

With files from Pragya Sehgal Google announces Pixel 6 devices, Facebook settles U.S. worker discrimination claims, and Amazon could be trouble with U.S. lawmakers It’s all the tech news that’s trending right now,

Published on: October 20th, 2021 Jori Negin-Shecter

Trend Micro launches Cloud One cloud security platform in Canada

Global cybersecurity firm Trend Micro yesterday announced the launch of its Cloud One regional datacentre in Canada to help its Canadian clients uphold data residency, safeguard data privacy and reduce the risk of

Published on: October 19th, 2021 Pragya Sehgal

Only 16 per cent of Canadian small business owners feel very prepared for cyber incident: Survey

Nearly half of Canada's small business owners worry about becoming victims of cybercrime in the next 12 months, according to a survey sponsored by one of Canada’s biggest banks. In Monday's release of

Published on: October 19th, 2021 Howard Solomon

Hashtag Trending Oct. 19- Google CEO on the climate crisis; Facebook disputes AI claim; New MacBook Pro

Files from Jori Negin-Shecter   Google’s CEO warns we’re running out of time on the Climate Crisis, Facebook disputes a claim that says their AI can’t deal with hate speech, and Apple drops

Published on: October 19th, 2021 Samira Balsara

Cyber Security Today, Oct, 18, 2021 – Ransomware payments may have totalled hundreds of millions in US, and more

Ransomware payments may have totaled hundreds of millions in the U.S., and more. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday October 18th. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing writer on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com.   Ransomware

Published on: October 18th, 2021 Howard Solomon

Hashtag Trending Oct. 18 – Starlink to provide in-flight Wi-Fi; Canon disabling printers; ransomware attacks cost billions

Starlink is in talks with commercial airlines to provide in-flight Wi-Fi service, Canon facing a class-action lawsuit over disabling printers, and ransomware attacks cause billions in damages. It’s all the tech news that’s

Published on: October 18th, 2021 Tom Li