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Delivering top-flight educational experiences through digital tech

In early 2020, businesses shuttered their offices and sent employees home to work as a pandemic safety measure. Schools did likewise, morphing into remote...

Cyber security: 10 questions Canadian Board of Directors need to ask

By Cheryl McGrath, ICD.D; Area Vice President and Canadian Country Manager, Optiv Security | James Turgal, Vice President Cyber Risk, Strategy & Transformation, Optiv...

How managed service providers are helping organizations transition IT workloads to hyperscale cloud

We recently sat down with Marvin Sharp, the Vice President of Product & Strategy for hybrid multi-cloud managed service provider Aptum, to discuss the...

Post-Covid UC as much about culture as technology

Unified communications (UC) is not new technology. Many businesses were using it prior to January 2020 to help keep their people connected - a...

Firewalls play an important role in long-term back to work strategies

By Nick Alevetsovitis As we enter the second half of 2021 and people begin returning to the office, two essential—and very different—narratives are emerging. The first...



Xplornet launches first rural standlone 5G network

Rural area network provider Xplornet launches its standalone 5G network for fixed wireless services.

IBM Canada opens new cloud centre to help Canadian government with cloud modernization

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

Cisco Systems, SonicWall and VMware issue important patches

Security updates for products should be installed as soon as possible, the vendors warn

Cyber Security Today, Sept. 24, 2021 – A new hacking group discovered, another COVID text scam found, ransomware advice and more

This episode reports on new hacking group targeting hotels and governments, a COVID text scam aimed at Android users and ransomware advice

Hashtag Trending September 24 – European Commission Mandates USB-C; Social Media Platforms Sue Texas; Fedex’s Autonomous Delivery

The European Commission hopes to mandate USB-C on smartphones, Texas is being sued over a new law for social media platforms, and FedEx completes its...

Eastlink announces $26 million mobile network expansion project in New Brunswick

The project is expected to last two years.