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Canadian firm pays $425,000 to recover from ransomware attack

A major Canadian company was forced to pay $425,000 in Bitcoin over the weekend to restore its computer systems after suffering a crippling ransomware attack...

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Why public cloud isn’t always the right cloud

If Goldilocks entered a Tier 3 data centre instead of a bear's den, which cloud model would she find just right - public, private, or hybrid?...

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Rogers Smart Drive

Rogers Smart Drive turns your car into a hotspot on wheels

Rogers Communications Inc. is offering a new product that will get you a connected car, even if you're still driving an old clunker from 1998....

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Lowe’s is out of this world – literally – with its 3D printed tools

You may think Lowe’s is just a hardware store, but with its Innovation Lab, that couldn’t be further from the truth. The first commercial 3D...

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How to integrate security into a DevOps team

While the number of enterprises subscribing to cloud applications is increasing that doesn't mean internal application development has gone away. Sometimes customization may be needed...

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Digital transformation - abstract

Prepare for the disruption of digital giants

By John-David Lovelock, vice-president & distinguished analyst, Gartner Inc.  The needs of IT buyers are shifting. CEOs are focused on growth and are more focused...

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GM Canada focusing on future innovators with STEM initiatives and hackathon

Shortly after hosting its first artificial intelligence-focused hackathon, General Motors Canada is diving into the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with initiatives...

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Metro Toronto Convention Centre finally moving out of the dark ages

If you’ve ever attended an event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), you may remember just how terrible – and often nonexistent – the...

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The Business Leadership Podcast: Fatima Zaidi, VP Business Development at Eighty-Eight

Fatima Zaidi has had over nine years of experience in business development, marketing, and strategy. Her expertise in sales effectiveness and partnerships led her to...

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Industry veteran Ian Scott is new CRTC chairman

Ian Scott will be named the next chairman of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on Tuesday, according to media reports. Sources of The Globe...

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Sandvine to lose Canadian CEO after acquisition

A Waterloo, Ont.-based provider of network policy control for communications service provider has spurned one deal to go private in favour of another more lucrative...

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This will be a record year for Apple iOS vulnerabilities, says Skycure

Android devices widely outsell their Apple counterparts globally (although narrowly in North America), but that doesn't mean that hackers don't have their eyes on iOS...

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