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Google Canada announces second cohort for Google Cloud Accelerator for startups

The company will offer the 11 startups cloud mentorship and technical project support, and more, for cloud startup founders and leaders.

Coffee Briefing March 22, 2022 – new venture fund focuses on national security and critical infrastructure in Canada; new research says Google makes us...

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

Rogers combines its 5G network with Microsoft Azure to help SMBs enhance customer experience

Rogers and Microsoft have formed a five-year strategic alliance to help enterprise and SMB customers take advantage of hybrid work and 5G-enabled solutions.

Toronto to get Walmart Tech Hub and hundreds of tech jobs 

Toronto to become home to a larger Walmart Global Tech hub which will generate hundreds of jobs for Canada's local tech talent

International Women’s Day: Toronto company teaches kids about financial management through an app

A Toronto-based company is teaching kids about money managing and household chores through an app, while easing the burden on mothers who typically manage the household work.

Zoho introduces new version of its Creator platform with a focus on low code

Zoho has released new version of Creator, a solution that bridges gap between business users and IT teams by providing low-code solution-building experience

Ukraine’s IT outsourcing industry threatened by Russian invasion

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is having a wide-reaching impact on the global IT industry. Driven by its strong technology education base, Ukraine is well-known...

Canadian healthcare provider’s unpatched Exchange server exploited twice by ransomware gangs

Report from Sophos shows the cost of not patching fast, as well as not having malware protection on servers

Windows 11 will block WEP and TKIP Wi-Fi connections

Windows 11 will soon block Wi-Fi connections to networks running the ancient WEP and TKIP security protocols, according to a Microsoft blog posted on...

New tool helps Canadian higher education institutions navigate the global talent competition

Canadian international EdTech firm has developed a SaaS tool to help higher education Canadian institutes drive their student populations’ diversity forward.

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