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Huawei Canada shouldn't necessarily expect the resolution of the extradition case against CFO Meng Wanzhou to lead to the Canadian government approving the sale of 5G networking equipment to telecom providers here, says a security expert. ”I think it will...
Discussing how to relieve the burdens caused by ongoing global supply constraints by incorporating a few key strategies to help your organization
IBM Canada has launched a cloud modernization centre in Gatineau and created 50 jobs for delivery of tech services primarily in support of cloud modernization
Updates four, adds one new.
Salesforce is now fully leveraging Slack, the communication platform it acquired for $27.7 billion last year, by integrating it with Salesforce products. Slack is now a part of a majority of Salesforce's product portfolio. Newly integrated services include Commerce, Experience,...
Pearson Canada and Canadian edtech Knowledgehook have partnered to provide digital support for teachers and students to improve mathematics education in Canada.
Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada reporter Pragya Sehgal, with files from the rest of the editorial team! Missed last week’s Coffee Briefing? We’ve...
Hashtag Trending September 21- iOS 15; Facebook pushes back on WSJ allegations; AI and real estate
Canada’s biggest telecom operators ranked high in 5G gaming performance, an Opensignal report that measured 5G network performance of 106 network operators found. The Big Three Canadian carriers--Bell, Rogers and Telus--all placed within the top-30 in Opensignal’s 5G Global Mobile...
How does a cloud computing environment compare to an on-premises computing environment? Are the benefits of cloud computing over-hyped? We explore the topics that CIOs should think about when deciding whether or not to adopt more cloud computing services for their organization.