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Elon Musk hints at new email service to compete with Gmail

Elon Musk has hinted at launching an email service named XMail, aiming to compete with Gmail and Outlook.

Microsoft promises Windows updates without system reboot

According to an announcement in Windows Central, Microsoft is testing a new way of installing updates in Windows 11.

AT&T outage blamed on botched update

Last week’s wireless service blackout, leaving tens of thousands of AT&T customers disconnected, was traced back to a “botched update” amidst “network expansion efforts.

Avast hit with 16.5 million dollar fine for selling your browsing data

Avast, the antivirus giant, has been slapped with a $16.5 million fine by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The “privacy” software was allegedly harvesting users’ browsing data from 2014 to 2020 and selling it off to advertisers. 

SENIOR CONTRIBUTORS

Bolster your first line of defence – 5 tips to foster a security culture

While the shift to hybrid work and the rise of interconnected systems have created new opportunities for business, this evolution exposed organizations to new...

Understanding Current Cybersecurity Challenges in Law: Legal Considerations for Artificial Intelligence and Technological Development (Article 6)

With strong competition among countries around the world to become cutting edge leaders in AI, artificial intelligence has been a driving force of innovation...

4 reasons organizations should incorporate AI TRiSM into their AI models

Generative AI (GenAI) has opened the doors for new AI initiatives, making the need to implement robust AI trust, risk and security management (AI...

Is quantum computing reaching commercial viability?

Recent advances in quantum computing will lead to commercial viability soon. Given the dollars, talent, number of companies, and interest of various governments, the...

TRENDING THIS WEEK

The world according to Hinton: Slowing AI down is not the answer

Eight months ago, Geoffrey Hinton, the esteemed professor emeritus at the University of Toronto who resigned his post at...

Telus spearheads virtualized roaming gateways, in collaboration with AWS and Samsung

International roaming speeds are usually slower than those on a provider's own network because traffic has to be routed...

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ITWC's Top Technology PODCASTS

Cyber Security Podcast

Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for week ending Friday, Feb. 23, 2024

This episode features discussion on the takedown of the LockBit ransomware gang, and more

Cyber Security Today, Feb. 23, 2024 – A cyber warning on the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and more LockBit news

This episode reports on advice for water utilities on strengthening their cybersecurity, and more
Hashtag Trending Podcast

Hashtag Trending Feb.23- Companies losing top talent with long hiring processes; Intel – the “foundry for the world?”; AT&T outage

(PRE MUSIC ANNOUNCEMENT) If you know me, you know I’m passionate about three things – music, books and data. My interview on the...

Hashtag Trending Feb.22- ChatGPT generates gibberish responses; Japan tries to get back its chip manufacturing; New app to cut back on food waste

ChatGPT starts spewing gibberish. Critics complain about the environmental impact of AI and the secrecy of the major players, Japan aims to...

INDUSTRY VOICES

Cybersecurity in 2024: Priorities and challenges for Canadian organizations 

By Derek Manky As predictions for 2024 point to the continued expansion of cyber threats, cybersecurity experts are calling for a renewed commitment to cyber...

Survey shows generative AI is a top priority for Canadian corporate leaders.

Leaders are devoting significant budget to generative AI for 2024 Canadian corporate leaders are making generative AI a top strategic priority, a new generative AI...

Leveraging ERP and AI to Anticipate and Respond to Consumer Behaviour

As companies aim to stay ahead of the curve with new trends and innovations, the tides are turning, and consumer influence is compelling them...

Three reasons NOT to invest in Cybersecurity

By: Martin Hoz Are you an executive within a medium or large organization? Have you recently been approached about investments in cybersecurity but feel that...

Stemming the tide of cybercrime

By: Derek Manky Technology continues to play a significant role in accelerating cyberattacks and increasing their effectiveness, reflecting a global trend that sees cybercriminals growing...

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President to President VIDEOS

President to President: Paul Pinkney, General Manager, Red Hat Canada, Sales

ITWC’s Fawn Annan sat down with Paul Pinkney, General Manager, Red Hat Canada, to discuss Paul's journey with Red Hat and what led to...

President to President: Jeanette Irekvist, President, Ericsson Canada

ITWC’s Fawn Annan sat down with Jeanette Irekvist, President, Ericsson Canada to discuss Jeanette's Ericsson Journey, what's changed around the R&D agenda, and the...

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