Rogers experts predict more connected devices, but increased security risks in 2017

The 2017 technology market will continue to see Canadian businesses take advantage of connected devices and artificial intelligence (AI), the tech experts at Rogers Communications Inc. say, greater defensive measures will have to

Published on: December 15th, 2016 Mandy Kovacs

This Canadian wearables manufacturer is bringing smart glasses to the enterprise

Canadian wearables manufacturer Recon Instruments' next product is ready for prime time and it has a new partner to help it widen its market appeal. The company announced this week a partnership with APX Labs,

Published on: March 17th, 2015 Dave Yin

Data encryption seldom used by Canadian businesses

Nearly half of Canadian businesses that handle customers' personal information in digital form fail to use appropriate tools and practices to protect sensitive data, according to a survey commissioned by the Office of

Published on: May 13th, 2012 Nestor Arellano

Information overload overwhelms nearly half of Canadian execs

Daily corporate correspondence, e-mail, voicemail, SMS messages, online video, business stats and graphs -- the typical Canadian executive is deluged by a sea of information, according to recent survey.Quite often this avalanche of

Published on: May 11th, 2010 Nestor Arellano

How Canadian businesses can use email to build their client bases

The Internet has opened a new world of marketing possibilities for large and small business owners alike. Small businesses, in particular, can rise to the top of their game and demonstrate real business

Published on: August 25th, 2009 Gina Lijoi

Canadian contact lenses e-merchant sees business grow with Search advertising

Canadian small and medium sized businesses aren't investing adequately in search engine advertising and could be missing out on an effective way to drive sales, according to online marketing experts.Search advertising -- or

Published on: April 7th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Small Canadian firms, school division fork out $270,000 in “piracy” damages

Five Canadian organizations – four small businesses and a school division – have paid $270,091 in damages after investigations found unlicensed software installed on their computers, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) says.The five

Published on: March 6th, 2009 Brian Jackson