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It's up to employees, not IT to prevent security breaches in 2015, says Howard Solomon, former editor at ITWorldCanada.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALIvWJbsnE4 In the year 2015, the ability of IT to detect network intrusions won’t
Continuing with our theme, here are three 2015 tech predictions from Brian Jackson, Editor of ITBusiness.ca. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-ZuUm8WoWE Apple Pay will stay out of Canada. Banks will continue to push their own mobile apps as
Here's CDN's first set of technology predictions from our own editor, Paolo Del Nibletto. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiBBa8lKvVE First up, channel guru Bruce Stuart says that more vendors will be splitting up in 2015 just like HP
Avaya has introduced a new set of communications solutions that address multi-channel communication focused on security, availability, manageability and scalability. Called the Avaya Engagement Solutions, the company has tapped Google to develop a
In one of Arcserve’s first major partnerships since the CA Technologies’ divestiture, the Minnesota-based data protection and recovery software vendor is providing Backup Manager UDP (unified data protection) to Ottawa-based N-able by SolarWinds.
Al Varney is the new president and CEO of Xerox Canada Ltd., of Mississauga, Ont. Varney replaces the outgoing Mandy Shapansky who announced her retirement effective January 1, 2015. Varney was the former
The rumour coming into the HP Discover conference in Barcelona was that the vendor would not be planning any announcements because it was still dealing with its split. That rumour was absolutely squashed
Just two months after Lenovo officially closed its deal with IBM and its x86 business unit, the vendor announced two new rack servers. These new servers are in addition to the company’s next-generation
Chip making giant Intel has confirmed it will acquire PasswordBox, a Montreal-based vendor of cross-platform identity management solutions. PasswordBox enables users a way to log into all of Web sites and applications from
SherWeb has signed a distributorship agreement with Arrow Electronics, Inc. This follows the Montreal-based cloud services providers’ partnership with rival Ingram Micro in 2012. In this case, it enables the value-added distributor to