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In honour of International Women's Day, Microsoft Canada unveiled a portrait showcasing 10 aspirational Canadian women who have used Microsoft technology as part of their success, alongside the female executives who make up
According to IBM, social business is transforming the way enterprises work to better capitalize on our most valuable resource: people. Recently Big Blue outlined a ten step plan to build a social business.
2013 saw the last of the original Canadian managed services providers N-Able Technologies get acquired. Ottawa-based N-Able was acquired by Texas-based IT management and monitoring software vendor for $120 million. N-Able CEO Gavin
The Canadian distribution market got a little smaller in 2013. The biggest deal saw Synnex Canada acquire all the assets of Supercom for approximately $36.5 million. For about a quarter century Frank Luk
Mark Snider, the president of Ingram Micro Canada, spearheaded the creation of two new divisions inside is Canadian operation based in Mississauga, Ont. New to Ingram Canada are the Advanced Computing and Advanced
Processor vendor Intel signalled plans to grow its Canadian business in April by bringing Graham Palmer over from the UK business as its new Canada country manager with instructions for a reorganization. Palmer
Samsung Canada has released its fifth generation Galaxy S5 smartphone and the company branding this device as day-to-day workhorse. JK Shin, president and head of IT and mobile communications division at Samsung, said