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Azure Linux admins urged to patch four zero-day OMI vulnerabilities

Updates fix vulnerabilities dubbed OMIGOD because they leverage the Open Management Infrastructure service embedded in Azure




It’s time to harness AI for business impacts

The concept of a fourth industrial revolution was first introduced a decade ago as “Industry 4.0” by scientists developing a high-tech strategy for the German...

A new world of connected and autonomous heavy equipment

In a world that has hit the digital fast track, the industrial sector is looking to connected and autonomous machines to help them perform better,...

Brute force attacks, unpatched software and malicious emails behind most incidents investigated by Kaspersky last year

Report offers more evidence that failure to implement basic cybersecurity measures often leads to being compromised

Hashtag Trending September 16 – Longer remote work days; rural broadband needs attention; TikTok’s mental health announcement

With files from Tom Li Remote work is prolonging our work days, Saskatchewan calls on the federal government to connect rural areas, and TikTok releases new...

Microsoft accounts to no longer need passwords

Users can choose to sign in only using Windows Hello or the Microsoft Authenticator app, but can revert back to passwords if they wish.

Anything will tell you something: The truth about data analytics

As CIOs continue to weather the Covid crisis, there is tremendous value in the insights and priorities shared in the most recent CanadianCIO Census. A...

Google Cloud launches Toronto region

This week Google Canada celebrated the opening of its Toronto cloud region, its second in Canada and its 28th worldwide. The first Canadian cloud region opened...

Malicious Linux version of Cobalt Strike hacking tool found

Dubbed Vermillion Strike, it is already being used to attack telecom companies, government agencies, IT companies, financial institutions and advisory companies around the world

Cyber Security Today, Sept. 15, 2021 – Huge database of fitness app information found unprotected, attack on Olympus and security patches released

Today's podcast reports on the discovery of an unprotected database of fitness app information, an attack at Olympus and  important security patches released

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Firewalls play an important role in long-term back to work strategies

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Goodfood teams up with Microsoft to continue growing without disruption

Virtually every industry had to adapt quickly when the pandemic struck in early 2020. As “essential” service providers, grocery stores were permitted to remain...

Ensuring a safe and sustainable hybrid work environment

By Nick Alevetsovitis, Fortinet Across the country, restrictions are lifting, and businesses are preparing to implement their return to office plans. Many of those plans...

Microsoft Canada congratulates 2021 IMPACT Award winners

Microsoft Canada has recognized 27 partners across Canada for their achievements in delivering virtually seamless solutions to customers. The 2021 IMPACT Award winners were...

The two biggest security issues for the future and how to fix them

Security sprawl and the loss of the network perimeter are the biggest challenges organizations must address to be secure in the future. Organizations need to...


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