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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,...

Blackberry to settle shareholder lawsuit for $165 million

Blackberry has announced that it will settle an eight-year-old shareholder class action lawsuit filed against the company in 2013, accusing it of inflating the...

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!

Telus and Vector Institute launch Energy Optimization System for datacentres across Canada

Telus and the Vector Institute have launched an Energy Optimization System (EOS) to help minimize electricity use in data centres across Canada.

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The key ingredient to sustaining the virtual world

Best summarized as the gap between ‘the haves and have-nots’ in an increasingly technologically driven society, addressing the Digital Divide will be critical to supporting a society that clearly wants to perpetuate and expand virtual services.

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Logitech’s improved tool for managing devices in multiple locations

Remote work has allowed productivity to continue during the pandemic, but it has also presented IT professionals with a variety of challenges. With hundreds...

Calling on smartphones to lighten the carbon load

Imagine a smartphone made from 25 per cent recycled polycarbonate. A phone that comes equipped with a biodegradable, replaceable battery and a case made...

Ensuring your remote staff is productive and safe

With the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdowns, many businesses have had to move quickly to support work-from-home (WFH) staff. The transition has been reasonably...

Ways to manage and engage your growing remote workforce

For many companies, providing remote access is no big deal. At Shopify, for example, about half of its roughly 4,000 employees in Canada were...