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Breakthrough technologies are continually appearing, challenging even the most innovative organizations to keep up. This blog highlights three innovations that will have the most significant effect on business and society over the next two-to-ten years.
The Microsoft Windows 11 release date of October 5 is looming, which means serious deployment planning is underway at many organizations, and there's a lot to think about before diving into any new operating system. Here are a few things...
After an increasing number of Canadians and businesses moved online throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, three-quarters of the population feels it’s important to have a secure and privacy-enhancing digital ID to safely make transactions online.  Moreover, a survey from Digital ID...
The combined effect of new technologies, rapid growth, and increasing threats presents a significant challenge for Canada’s IT industry and professionals.
In the midst of a global pandemic, retailers needed to discover new methods of interacting with customers and marketing products to their target demographic using AI technology.
The University of Toronto Trash Team is using satellite technology to understand the movement of plastic trash in the Toronto Harbour. Phase one of the project closes at the end of August and its goal is to understand how Toronto...
Whether you're trying to find the name of a catchy tune that’s picking at your brain, looking for the latest information on the topics you need to understand, or just looking for a new recipe for dinner, being a...
With an urgent need to provide virtual care and track hospital resources, health care providers are now increasingly relying on cloud-based workflows and applications.
Managing the cost of cloud computing is an ongoing challenge. Here are the six mistakes that I&O leaders should be wary of, and the steps they can take to budget appropriately for cloud migrations
Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada reporter Tom Li, with files from the rest of the editorial team! Missed last week’s Coffee Briefing? We’ve got you covered. What’s...