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HPE’s space computer completes 24 experiments on the ISS

It’s been more than a year since HP Enterprise’s Spaceborne Computer-2 (SBC-2) arrived on the International Space Station (ISS) as a part of the...

Unihertz tease: a BlackBerry-like phone with keyboard

A teasing "Coming soon" notice posted last week on Twitter from Shanghai-based phone manufacturer Unihertz may herald what, if not a duly-licensed BlackBerry design,...

Canada’s foodservice industry to get its first metaverse marketplace

Restaurants Canada has partnered with Nextech AR Solutions to develop the first metaverse marketplace for Canada’s foodservice industry

Payments Canada and TCS partner to implement modernized payments system for Canadians

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Payments Canada are partnering to help implement the Payments Canada Real-Time Rail (RTR) system, allowing Canadians to initiate payments and receive funds in seconds, at any time.

Governments must fight misinformation on digital ID, say provincial experts

Misinformation on digital ID worries civil servants at the IdentityNorth spring workshop. Read why, and what they want to do about it

Canada ‘very far behind’ other countries on digital ID, says federal CIO

“We are falling behind in competitiveness if we don’t advance this file,” Catherine Luelo told the IdentityNorth spring workshop on Tuesday

Coffee Briefing April 5, 2022 – Trulioo’s first CMO; Xplornet acquires Full Throttle Networks; Microsoft Ability Summit 2022; and more

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

Halton Regional Police to now use what3words app to assist in locating people lost or in distress 

The Halton Regional Police has announced that it is now using the innovative location technology what3words to identify exactly where help is needed and...

Meta announces new Canadian engineering hub in Toronto

Meta is expanding its Canadian presence with the creation of a new engineering hub based in Toronto.  The company plans to hire up to 2,500...

Coffee Briefing March 29, 2022 – HP to acquire Poly; Twitter Canada top 3 conversation trends 2022; Webex to launch two new datacentres in...

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

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Collaboration and partnerships are key to keeping IoT commerce secure

Over the next five years, advances in wireless communications, artificial intelligence, robotics and other digital technologies could make it possible for intelligent connected devices to initiate and accept payments through other IoT devices and the cloud, sometimes with little or no human involvement. Consumers and businesses who want the convenience and efficiencies of IoT devices need to know their information and data will be protected from unauthorized users. 

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CPaaS putting experience economy companies on rapid digital track

In his bestseller Tipping Point, author Malcolm Gladwell defined a tipping point as a moment of critical mass, when the status quo changes. Companies...

Most companies reacted well to the crisis but it’s time to evolve

The global health crisis has forced companies to think outside the usual bounds and act quickly to keep operations running smoothly. But businesses that...

Understanding the power of microservices

By ibmblogs and Mark Dymond No doubt you’ve heard the buzz about microservices, and you are probably wondering what all the excitement is about. Far...

Introducing the HP Elite Dragonfly – an innovation promoting peace of mind

Only a short time ago, working from home was a nice alternative. Now, global events have made it the only alternative. As people around...