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The reimagining of a renaissance rectangle: The Creator Z16 laptop

What do the Parthenon, the Mona Lisa, a snail shell, and DNA molecules have in common with MSI’s new Creator Z16 laptop? The answer...

Plays well with others

Video collaboration platforms bridged a chasm in the early days of COVID-19 and remain a prime point of connection for businesses of all sizes....

Improve your employee experiences by modernizing your endpoint management

In the ‘new normal’, post-pandemic world, many companies will be faced with the decision to move to a fully remote or hybrid work environment....

Tableau Canada helping companies see and truly understand their data

The past year-and-a-half has been a tough reminder for all of us: When we realize what matters most to us, it’s important to have...

Getting digital transformation right

By Greg Baker – Vice President, Cyber Digital Transformation, Optiv Inc.; Ed Lewis – Director, Orchestration & Automation CDX, Optiv Inc.; Rommy Hijazi –...

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Hashtag Trending Jan. 20 – Google Analytics breaches EU GDPR; Tech Giants fight antitrust legislations; Sony shares fall

Austrian court discovers Google Analytics breaches European GDPR, Apple and Google push against U.S. antitrust legislation, and Sony suffers after Microsoft's new acquisition. That’s all the...

Microsoft releases out-of-band patches to address issues from January’s Patch Tuesday

Microsoft has issued a series of out-of-band (OOB) patches to correct problems, which included Windows domain controller boot loops and Hyper-V failure, caused by the...

Inside Prometheus, a traffic delivery service used by threat actors

Report by BlackBerry outlines how the service and its backdoor work

Many Canadian, U.S. SMB websites vulnerable to spoofing, clickjacking and sniffing, says vendor

SMBs must scan their websites, software and web applications facing the Internet for vulnerabilities, says report

Cyber Security Today, Jan. 19, 2022 – Box closes MFA vulnerabilities, VPN service used by crooks shut, ransomware stats, and more

This episode reports on MFA bugs in cloud file sharing service, police action to close a VPN service used by crooks and the latest ransomware news

Hashtag Trending Jan. 19 – Microsoft’s big deal; Mozilla pauses crypto; Ericsson sues Apple

Files from Tom Li Microsoft buys one of the biggest game publishers, Mozilla pauses accepting crypto for donations, and Ericsson sues Apple over patent infringements.   That’s all...