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Google Cloud awarded Framework Agreement for Secure Cloud Services by Canadian government

While all eyes are on the U.S. Justice Department this week as it launched an antitrust lawsuit against Google, Google Cloud quietly announced its latest step in strengthening its relationship with Canada.

Adobe announces Creative Cloud updates, and an iPad version of Illustrator

At its annual MAX conference, which is taking place online this week, Adobe introduced new features for Creative Cloud, with updates available for Fresco, Illustrator, Photoshop, XD and Lightroom.

VMware doubles down on telecom

Telecom is the largest non-virtualized industry, says VMware, but the company is determined to bring it into the virtual fold.

Fast tracking the digital journey

Technology is moving at a breakneck pace and there is nothing to indicate it will ever slow down. With 90 per cent of new...

IBM spin-off to handle managed infrastructure services starting end of 2021

IBM is saying goodbye to its legacy business by spinning off its managed infrastructure services into a new company and embracing a "$1 trillion hybrid cloud opportunity," according to chief executive officer Arvind Krishna.

From Pacific to Monterey: VMware continues to evolve

At its virtual VMworld conference this week, VMware has unveiled a continuation of its strategy for ruling the cloud.

Cloud is the fast lane to transformation in a post-COVID world

By Henrik Gütle The impacts of COVID-19 have forced many organizations to re-examine how they’re using technology. They are relying on technology to meet the...

Equinix ‘bullish’ about data centre opportunities in Canada, says Americas president

Equinix, a colocation data centre and interconnect company, in particular, made a strong expansion in Canada by purchasing 13 data centre sites from Bell for CA$1.04 billion in June. John Lin, president of Equinix Americas, explains why this is important.

Move from reactive transformation to rolling on all cylinders

The idea of “digital transformation” (DX) is exciting, and a must at a time of hyperchange and hypercompetition. But this dash into the brave...

Microsoft Endpoint Manager expanding to be single hub for management and endpoint security

At Microsoft Ignite this week, the company announced that Microsoft Endpoint Manager, its unified management solution, is receiving a series of new features to expand its capabilities. Here are some highlights.

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