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Montreal-based startup to launch event platform

A Montreal-based startup is developing a mobile app event platform where users can post their own events and find things to do in their area.

Chris Barry named the new president of Microsoft Canada, succeeding Kevin Peesker

With files from Lynn Greiner. Chris Barry will succeed Kevin Peesker as the president of Microsoft Canada, following Peesker's promotion to a worldwide role, Deb...

Canadian long-haul investment firm Aquila acquires global marketing solution provider Comosoft

Canadian long-haul investment firm Aquila acquires Comosoft, a Germany-based global marketing solution provider Comosoft

Yukon’s fibre-to-the-home assets now Indigenous-owned

For the first time in Canada, the majority of a province or territory's in-community fibre assets are now Indigenous-owned.  Northern Canada's telecommunications provider Northwestel announced...

Microsoft Canada’s new head office: how it was optimized for hybrid work

Microsoft Canada's new head office in downtown Toronto, which officially opened this week, was designed three years ago, in what now looks like a...

Coffee Briefing May 3, 2022 – Equifax Canada’s cloud transformation; Innovate BC opens applications for Ignite program; Square launches Square Loans in Canada; and...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Snap announces new features for Snapchat platform

Snap Inc., a U.S.-based camera and social media company, announced a plethora of new features across its Snapchat platform at its annual Snap Partner Summit....

IBM Canada officially opens flagship office in downtown Toronto

IBM Canada this week officially opened its flagship office located at 16 York Street in the heart of downtown Toronto’s entertainment district.

More Canucks dipping into cloud

The 2009 Cloud Computing Survey, conducted by Kelton Research, showed that 37 per cent of Canadian companies currently use a combination of cloud computing and internally owned IT systems, compared to only one-third of companies worldwide

Sneak peek: Windows Server 2008

'A ton of little changes, but no real killer features,' says one analyst of the software that ships in February. But ending support for Server 2000 may drive adoption

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