Mandy is a staff writer at IT World Canada and a Carleton University journalism graduate. When not writing about tech, you can find her gorging on political news, trying to make sense of the Maple Leafs, or preparing for her future as a cat lady.
LAS VEGAS - Despite filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and debt restructuring in January, Avaya executives are confident this will be the company’s best year yet. President and CEO Kevin Kennedy pointed out
LAS VEGAS - Avaya Inc. is broadening its footprint in Canada with its most recent personnel appointment. The company has announced that Rejean Bourgault will be the new managing director and president of sales,
Avaya’s cloud communications branch has announced two new collaboration solutions that are targeted to its business audience. Zang Spaces and Zang Office were officially unveiled at the company’s Engage event, held from Feb.
Avnet Technology Solutions is placing a special importance on teaching its customers how to use certain products with its new Lenovo Group Ltd. contract. The business-to-business technology distributor’s training division, Avnet Academy, has announced that
In an effort to help customers modernize their datacenters and expand its own leadership in the container market, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced a new global original equipment manufacturing (OEM) and reseller
The Canadian tech industry has reacted to U.S. President Donald Trump’s controversial executive orders this past week, and the response is overwhelming disapproval. The recently-elected president signed an executive order imposing a travel
An easier way to monitor, manage and maintain audio calls is coming to the market. Calif., US-based Plantronics, Inc., an audio communications technology vendor, has released Plantronics Manager Pro v3.9, a web-based analytics
Growth in cloud services and Windows 10 adoption, expansion into new artificial intelligence (AI) territory, and declining Surface revenue are just some of the highlights of Microsoft’s second quarter earnings report. The company
Canadian communications and media company Rogers Communications Inc. has provided a more detailed timeline on its plans to hire former Telus CEO Joseph Natale as its next president while sharing its strong fourth-quarter