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Coffee Briefing Oct. 31 – NPower receives investment to empower underserved youth; Dell partners with Meta; Bell outlines five key security outcomes in new...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed...

Intel highlights the ‘siliconomy’ at its Innovation conference

At its Innovation developer’s conference last month, Intel chief executive officer (CEO) Pat Gelsinger highlighted how what he calls the “siliconomy” is being fuelled...

CN Rail reports ‘internet connectivity incident’ disrupting Ontario passenger service

CN Rail says an IT incident affecting GO Transit passenger rail service in the Toronto area it began suffering Tuesday afternoon isn't related to...

Lenovo introduces new solutions for edge AI workloads

Lenovo has announced Lenovo TruScale for Edge and AI services, and a new server, the ThinkEdge SE455 V3, to support intensive remote AI workloads. Lenovo...

Wi-Fi heavyweights to gather in Toronto at Wi-Fi World Congress

Today, virtually everyone needs wireless connectivity, be it cellular or Wi-Fi; that link to the outside world is crucial for both work and play....

Google expands AI compute offerings, partnership with Nvidia and more

AI stood at centre stage at Google Cloud Next this week, as Google announced TPU updates, virtual machine instances powered by Nvidia GPUs, enhancements...

Rogers brings 5G service to parts of TTC subway amid dispute with Bell and Telus

Rogers announced today that its customers can talk, text, and stream on 5G in tunnels and stations in the busiest sections of Toronto Transit...

Solution to hardware flaw in Intel CPUs may cause large performance hit

A hardware flaw in Intel Core and Xeon CPUs lets attackers steal data from other users on the same system, including on servers that...

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No slowdown in sight for dynamic tech hub in Mississauga

Did you know that Mississauga is home to nearly 1,000 IT companies? Not many do. Perfectly situated between Toronto and Waterloo in Canada’s Innovation...

Know yourself as well as you know your enemy

While not new, asymmetric warfare – in which a force employs proxy battles, disinformation campaigns, and other nontraditional and thus unpredictable tactics – remains...

Critical infrastructure is the new front line

By Rick Peters Threat actors eager to maximize disruptions and payouts have a new and compelling target – critical infrastructures such as factories, transportation networks,...

Investing in your network infrastructure: The key to ensuring future growth for Canadian companies?

Telstra and Pulse (a 30,000-member online IT community) recently surveyed 100 technology decision-makers at Canadian companies to understand their network infrastructure priorities. They uncovered...