HyLife is high on the hog thanks to faster query times

Some pigs are known for their ability to sniff out precious truffles in the forest, but for Manitoba’s HyLife, a...

March 21st, 2016 Gary Hilson

John Tory and Janet Kennedy

Microsoft begins rollout of Azure cloud services hosted in Canada

Select Microsoft customers and partners can now use Azure cloud services and keep their data on native soil, Microsoft Canada...

March 14th, 2016 Brian Jackson

A row of tags at a Microsoft Dynamics conference

Microsoft updates the Dynamics ERP suite on Azure cloud

Microsoft Corp. has announced that the latest iteration of its Dynamics AX enterprise resource planning software is designed to make...

March 9th, 2016 ITWorldCanada.com staff

Microsoft showcases updated version of its Dynamics enterprise resource planning platform

The full release of Microsoft Dynamics AX 7 will feature a new web-friendly user interface and a direct tie-in to...

February 12th, 2016 ITWorldCanada.com staff

Microsoft picks up CRM expertise through Canadian acquisition

Microsoft Corp. has snapped up a Saskatchewan company to incorporate its core technology into its Dynamic CRM. The software giant...

October 2nd, 2015 Gary Hilson

ERP demand rises in sub-Saharan Africa

ERP demand rises in sub-Saharan Africa

The growth of the small and medium-size enterprise sector and an effort on the part of local companies to replicate...

November 11th, 2011 Rebecca Wanjiku

OPINION: Five ERP vendors not named SAP or Oracle

OPINION: Five ERP vendors not named SAP or Oracle

The first two companies that most IT managers think about when they hear the word “ERP” are SAP AG and Oracle Corp. If...

December 16th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

MX payment platform to address trade barriers in Africa

MX payment platform to address trade barriers in Africa

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA - A software company co-founder and financier is set to tackle the various barriers to trade and finance...

June 5th, 2008 Brenda Zulu

Ballmer outlines Microsoft’s business apps agenda

Ballmer outlines Microsoft’s business apps agenda

ORLANDO— “The biggest decision we’ve made is to push into business applications,” Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer thundered from the keynote...

March 12th, 2008 Briony Smith