Sunday, August 1, 2021
Home 2019 February

Monthly Archives: February 2019

When the big phone manufacturers were still pouring over their respective foldable display technology, Royole beat them all to the punch with the Flex Pai, the world's first purchasable foldable phone. The Royole Flex Pai isn't just the world's first...
IT World Canada had the opportunity to take a tour of Huawei Technologies Co.’s partner-only 5G technology section, an area normally reserved for integrators to understand the benefits of 5G technology. Press was asked to not take pictures, or...
A way to get countries to work together on fighting online crime suggested a conference of the Canadian Internet Governance Forum
Gigamon report looks at behaviour of LokiBot, Trickbot and Emotet malware families for insight into how they work
Microsoft Corp. announced two new cyber security services on Thursday, ahead of the RSA Conference taking place in San Francisco. The vendor introduced Azure Sentinel, which it describes as a cloud-native security information and event management (SIEM) tool, which uses...
Nominet to open Washington,D.C,. branch and begin looking for resellers in Canada and the U.S.
Slack has updated its logo - again, tons of chatter over Twitter’s decision to suspend the account of a Conservative activist, and a smartphone with a 50-day battery life? You betcha.
Enterprise cloud spending is up, hybrid cloud usage is up, container use is up - you get the idea.
Toronto-based managed services provider and colocation provider Cogeco Peer 1 has a new owner today after being sold by Cogeco Communications Inc. to Boca Raton, Fla.-based Digital Colony for $720 million, according to a report by The Canadian Press. IT...
Today's podcast looks at A report on mobile malware gives insight into recent attack trends, how a LinkedIn con works and is your airline spying on you?