Articles By Lynn Greiner

Sage gets cloudy, moves towards open source and microservices

When most people hear the name Sage, they tend to think of accounting. However, there's a whole other side of...

September 16th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

The lighter side of VMworld

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August 31st, 2019 Lynn Greiner

VMworld 2019: day one highlights

SAN FRANCISCO -- VMware opened its annual VMworld conference with a flurry of announcements that spanned the distance from endpoint...

August 27th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

Canadian Digital Service collaborates with CRA to help modest income taxpayers access benefits

For most of us, filing taxes is just a pain in the neck, but for many it involves barriers that...

August 12th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

We welcome scrutiny, says Huawei Canada’s new VP of government affairs

Morgan Elliott loves a challenge, and he's certainly taken one on as the new vice-president of government affairs at Huawei...

July 30th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

We’re going ‘hard’ after Dropbox and Box in the enterprise, says OpenText CEO

TORONTO – OpenText Corp. is taking a bigger leap into the cloud with the upcoming release of its Enterprise Information...

July 16th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

Canadian innovation powers HP closed-loop recycling

If you use an HP Inc. printer, chances are you've seen at least part of the device's current ink or...

July 9th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

‘Let’s not compete, let’s complete’ says SAP’s chief designer and futurist

"To go to work and shape our futures, we need to first imagine," said Martin Wezowski, chief designer and futurist,...

July 8th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

Kobo: 10 years of Canadian innovation

A decade ago, a little company called Kobo (an anagram of "book") was being incubated inside Indigo Books and Music...

June 20th, 2019 Lynn Greiner

Citrix builds a platform to the stars

ATLANTA – Citrix Systems is heading into a low orbit. Literally. Its hypervisors will ride into space aboard Vector GalacticSky's...

May 31st, 2019 Lynn Greiner