Friday, July 30, 2021
Home 2021


Summertime living is – well, pretty much what it's been for the past year and a half. Mostly home-centric, though things are slowly reopening. And that means we could use some new toys to keep us amused during those...
Microsoft Windows 11, launched this week, offers a new user interface, some shiny new features, and some things that will have both consumers and corporate IT tearing their hair out.
Microsoft Teams is getting updates - a lot of updates.
Managing 10 leads has challenges. Managing 1,000 has even more. As the number of leads grows, so too does the need for lead management software so that teams can efficiently and effectively close sales.
The CIO Strategy Council is putting the call out to its stakeholders to provide input on its latest proposed standard for the responsible use of contact tracing and monitoring data in the workplace.
Remote work may be slowing your career growth.
Amazon says no to a Pickering warehouse opening while appealing orders to close a Brampton location due to a COVID-19 outbreak, and Google is accused of tracking users in 'Incognito' mode
Today, I want to take a more in-depth look at how anywhere operations and AR/VR will disrupt the nonprofit sector. 
While the CES organizers tried to re-create the Las Vegas convention's atmosphere in previous years, I do not think it worked. Here's why.
For the first time in 25 years, all celebrations are going to be virtual. We have rounded up a list of five interesting and meaningful ways you can participate in Black History Month from home.