Danny Bradbury

Danny Bradbury is a technology journalist with over 20 years' experience writing about security, software development, and networking.

Articles by Danny Bradbury

Where are they now? Charting the fortunes of past Deloitte Fast 50 winners

We look back at the past five years of firms topping the Deloitte Fast 50 list and see what's become of them.

Bluewrist: Using edge-based AI to power tomorrow’s manufacturing plants [Ingenious winner]

Bluewrit's 3D scanning technology makes extremely process manufacturing processes possible to automate.

Developer 30 Under 30 2018 highlights young Canadian software pros

She started her career as a support engineer, but after completing a coding bootcamp Leigha Mitchell finds herself in a developer role at a fast-growing startup and on the Developer 30 under 30 list.

Threat to net neutrality also threatens Canadian startups, says founder

The FCC's attempt to boost innovation by destroying net neutrality might have just the opposite effect, warns one Canadian startup.

Life after acquisition: CEO switches gears to Chief Innovation Officer

Canadian CEO Mark Endras is switching roles to chief innovation officer as part of a corporate acquisition. What will his new role look like?

eCTAS improves patient care in Ontario with ‘Ingenious’ solution

The winner of the Information Technology Association of Canada's Ingenious Award in the Large Public Business category for 2017 has breathed new life into Ontario emergency departments and improved patient outcomes.

Drones, blockchain, and AI are future of insurance industry: Capgemini

Insurance companies must embrace new technology on all fronts to remain competitive, says a report from Capgemini.

Phoenix payroll system: Timeline of the government’s problems

The Phoenix payroll system was part of a federal government investment in consolidating and modernizing government processes, but to this day it's the source of problems related to fulfilling the government payroll.

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