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Chen mum on his future with BlackBerry

John Chen isn't saying if he will stay with BlackBerry now that the board has decided to split the Waterloo, Ont. company into two...

Unlocking Transformation: IoT and Generative AI Powered by Cloud

Amidst economic fluctuations and disruptive forces, Canadian businesses are steering through uncharted waters. To navigate this complex terrain and ensure growth, enterprises are embracing...

Siemens Xcelerator business platform goes live in Canada

Siemens Xcelerator, a scalable platform designed to speed up digital transformation (DX) initiatives for companies of any size, be they large multinationals or three-person...

Ransomware bad actors have upped their game. Will you?

Ransomware has been a huge problem for organizations for many years now, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. In a recent briefing...

SOTI takes deep dive into world of distributed workforces

A research study released Tuesday by SOTI reveals that organizations in healthcare, transportation and logistics (T&L), warehousing, and retail are increasing their investment in...

Aruba partners with Microsoft, reelyActive to speed IoT workload migration into Microsoft Azure

Aruba is partnering with reelyActive in announcing a new open-source data convertor for Microsoft Azure that allows Internet of Things (IoT) device data that...

Researchers looking into cybersecurity of Canada’s power, IoT sectors

Researchers at a Québec university are investigating two of the country's biggest cybersecurity worries: The readiness of power utilities to face cyber attacks, and...

Good news-bad news scenario for Ericsson, firm’s latest financials reveal

There was a mix of good news and alarmingly bad news in Ericsson’s Q4 2022 results, as the Swedish telecom’s revenues were up significantly...

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