Deemed an essential service, telecommunication is a vital tool in keeping the populous safe, and as social distancing drives work meetings to the virtual space, school closure has moved classrooms online as well.
Canada's telecommunication scene was filled with drama, tension, and exciting advancements. As we embrace a new year, we highlight the top three trends that you should keep an eye on. Click here to read more
5G network pricing is still uncertain Given that it’s still in the early stages of deployment, carrier plans for 5G networks are still uncertain. CDN spoke with Lawrence Surtees, IDC's vice-president of communication
While technology continues to improve the omnichannel experience for customers, more than half of Canadians still prefer to get answers quickly over the phone. But there’s a serious problem - when the phone
After three years of decline, the number of complaints registered against Canada's telecommunications firms rose by 11 per cent this year, according to the latest annual report from the Commission for Complaints for
According to the latest annual report by the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS), the number of complaints from small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) rose 15 per cent over the past year,
Consulting and outsourcing firm Accenture has announced a suite of five analytics applications aimed at the telecommunications market. The applications, built on the Accenture Analytics Applications Platform, are designed to allow telecom companies
Bell Canada has suffered a breach of security. According to a company press release that blames an unspecified third party supplier in Ottawa, 22,421 user names and passwords and five valid credit card
Published on: February 3rd, 2014 Claudiu Popa @datarisk
In a move to ward off government regulation, the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) will start checking that any new phone authorized on a network hasn’t been reported as stolen, it announced today.Any
Yesterday, Industry Minister Christian Paradis announced the government would be lifting foreign ownership restrictions for small telecom companies ahead of the next wireless spectrum auction in the first half of 2013.The announcement ends
Small telecom companies taking on incumbent carriers for a larger slice of Canada’s wireless pie will soon be able to access more foreign money to help them compete, according to the federal government.