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Microsoft buys Nuance for $19.7 billion

Microsoft purchased Nuance Communications for US$19.7 billion, the biggest acquisition since it bought Linkedin for US$26.2 billion in 2016.

Cisco updates Webex People Insights to help boost employee well-being 

Cisco revealed enhancements to its People Insights feature at Cisco Live 2021.

6 things to remember when filing taxes this year

COVID-19 has created many complications in our working lives that are not only taxing our patience, but they're also affecting our taxes. Here are some tips to get you over the hump.

Intel announces standalone foundry services group, updates technology roadmap, and more

Intel's new chief executive officer Pat Gelsinger made a series of announcements at the Intel Unleashed event on March 23, outlining the company's technology roadmap, the launch of a new business unit, and its plans to launch semiconductor manufacturing plants in Arizona.

Ontarians hoping latest amendments will give the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act ‘some teeth’

Experts say the new guidelines and fines are a hopeful push to legitimize the importance of digital accessibility in a booming internet economy.

Microsoft Ignite 2021: More Teams updates and enhancements

Learn about all the Microsoft Teams announcements at Ignite 2021.

P.E.I to adopt Telus Health’s electronic medical record system

The program plans to go live this summer.

Max level vulnerability found in Logix PLCs

No patches are available just yet.

SAP Canada appoints new COO to design and implement business strategies

SAP Canada has announced the appointment of Brian Moore as its new chief operating officer.

Microsoft Translator now supports Inuktitut language

Microsoft has added Inuktitut, the primary dialect of Inuktut, to Microsoft Translator in collaboration with the government of Nunavut.

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