Microsoft has officially unveiled its Windows 11 Operating System, Big Tech is going hard for renewable energy, and Peloton makes a baffling change to their treadmills. It’s all the biz/tech news that’s popular
With files from Jori Negin-Shecter Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 OS leaks online, Amazon executives worry about high employee turnover, and the Biden administration forgives student debt for Tech students. It’s all the biz/tech
Bitcoin jumps after a tweet from Elon Musk, Ontario residents experience major technical difficulties when booking vaccines, and Microsoft executive reveals employees slept in data centres at the start of the pandemic. It’s
Microsoft Canada recently announced the CEO Pledge, a joint effort with Computers for Success Canada (CFSC-OPEC), to help close the digital skills gap by providing devices to underserved communities. The CEO Pledge, launched on June
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace has partnered with Microsoft to provide mutual customers with enterprise-scale, self-learning AI that detects and autonomously responds to cyber threats. The two organizations are collaborating to offer enhanced security across
More tax scams, more COVID scams and why Microsoft SMB has to be locked down Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Wednesday March 24th. I'm Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity for ITWorldCanada.com.
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With files from Tom Li. It's an annual tradition: Microsoft hosts an Ignite conference and announces a bunch of updates for Teams. The tech giant didn't disappoint this year during its virtual conference.
Microsoft quietly announced the preview launch of three new cloud offerings for the finance, manufacturing and nonprofit sectors at its Ignite conference. In the midst of other headlines, like the launch of a
The Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC), Microsoft and Esri Canada have developed the Child Search Network, a national system designed to enhance Canada's national strategy for missing children. "Microsoft is proud of