What’s Possible is a series of articles,
videos and infographics
the changes we’re likely to encounter along
the road to 2025.
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Our Digital Government
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AWS in The News
Hybrid AWS Outposts ‘a great option’ for manufacturing, healthcare, says AWS director
Amazon Web Services’ on-premises Outposts offering is the perfect solution for Canadian manufacturing and healthcare companies seeking to deepen their ties with the tech giant but couldn’t through...
BlackBerry adds Cylance to QNX, announces partnerships with AWS, Damon, and Renovo
Blackberry has merged its Cylance ML security solution into its QNX software suite for autonomous vehicles, the company announced Jan. 6th at CES 2020....
AWS makes machine learning fun
Everybody's talking about artificial intelligence and machine learning, but what can you do with it, and how can developers learn how to work with it without years of training? It's scary – or is it...
AWS details steps to digital transformation, highlights machine learning
LAS VEGAS – Amazon Web Services (AWS) chief executive officer Andy Jassy highlighted 27 new services during his keynote at the company’s eighth annual re:Invent learning and education conferen...
Tips for coping with the constantly changing cloud scene
As cloud providers offer increasingly sophisticated and rich offerings, companies are realizing that the move to the cloud provides them with a real opportunity to modernize their architecture, cope w...
More data needed to help IT professionals future-proof their careers
IT is the fastest growing sector in Canada in terms of job creation, according to human resources firm, Randstad Canada. That’s good news for tech professionals, but the fast-changing market makes i...
Microsoft unveils Azure Arc, which can operate in AWS and Google Cloud
Kicking off its Ignite conference with some big news, Microsoft unveiled the preview of Azure Arc; a product that the company said in a blog post will help businesses simplify the ever-increasing comp...
AWS is making moves in Canada, but so are its critics as protests disrupt summit
The AWS Summit in Toronto featured a bit of everything last week, some news, some demos, and some protests....
Most Canadians are worried AI is advancing too quickly, and they expect banks to have the answers, says study
A new report highlights a growing fear among Canadians that’s tied to the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence, but experts say banks are just starting to figure out cloud....
AWS opens second CloudFront edge location in Toronto
With an increase in the demand for CloudFront services, as well as the expansion of the services Amazon Web Services, Inc. provides in Canada, AWS has announced they opened a second location CloudFron...
10 key takeaways from the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud report
Enterprise cloud spending is up, hybrid cloud usage is up, container use is up - you get the idea....
Game-changing VMWare cloud stack coming to Canada in 2019
Many tech pundits make cloud migration seem straightforward. They point to the statistics that paint a picture of a world where data and apps in the cloud are the norm – no longer a curiosity or...
Facing the Frontier with Cloud-First: Accelerating the Pace of Public Sector Transformation
Making Sense of Remote Sensing
AWS for Smart, Connected and Sustainable Cities
Cloud-Enabled Transformation Panel
1+1 = 3: How Cloud is Transforming Public Sector for Rapid Innovation
AWS re:Invent 2017 Keynote: Andy Jassy
AWS re:Invent 2017 Keynote: Werner Vogels
AWS DeepLens Demo by Dr. Matt Wood
Mark Okerstrom Shares How Expedia Has Become More Agile By Going All In On AWS
Roy Joseph Explains Why Goldman Sachs Trusts AWS to Power Critical Capabilities
Presented by D2L - Busting the myth of vendor lock-in
Presented by Coca-Cola: Running Serverless Applications with Enterprise requirements
MLBAM Discusses Business Value of Using AWS to Develop Statcast, its New Player Tracking System
What’s New with AWS
Featured Case Studies