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.
BlackBerry Ltd. has shifted its focus from hardware to software in recent years, wanting to be known for its security and “enterprise of things” technology instead of its flagship mobile phones and keyboards.
Why are Canadians about a year behind on cloud? Looking north, Ingram Micro’s Canadian director of cloud Greg Onoprijenko tells CDN, at the recently concluded Cloud Summit 2017 conference, the Canadian market is generally
PHOENIX - At its annual Cloud Summit, Ingram Micro wants to be the channel community's go-to cloud distributor by expanding its portfolio into the software sphere. While its venture into the cloud space began almost
When Marc Randolph started Netflix with cofounder Reed Hastings in 1997, he couldn’t have possibly imagined what the company would become in just 20 years. Speaking at Ingram Micro’s 2017 Cloud Summit in
PHOENIX - Ingram Micro is looking to revolutionize cloud services delivery with its latest announcement at its Cloud Summit in Phoenix on Apr. 19-21. The company has unveiled the next generation of Odin
Ingram Micro is making sure its Canadian partners can choose from the most up to date security solutions available. The tech distributor has announced an exclusive broadline distribution alliance with ESET, an IT
As the Canadian business landscape rapidly digitizes, a shortage of skilled labourers is hindering its growth potential. A new report published on Apr. 12 by the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) indicates that
Lenovo Canada’s channel chief Stefan Bockhop spent much of 2016 emphasizing the company’s interest in data centres and certification in Canada. The company announced a new partnership with Nimble Storage in October 2016
Autonomous technology is key to the future of self-driving vehicles, and it was not hard to find auto makers showing off their features at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto. In part one of IT World Canada's
Amazon Web Services (AWS) wants to shine a light on cities and educational organizations that are using technology to innovate, disrupt and modernize services for its citizens and students. The company is looking