There’s a common theme among this year’s honourees for CDN’s Women in the IT Channel event - diverse backgrounds and unique career paths that ultimately led to the channel business. Jaime Leverton began
From the dot-com boom to the advent of artificial intelligence and cloud infrastructure, the IT industry has changed significantly over the last three decades. Gillian Morton has seen and experienced it all. She
Samsung Electronics Inc. didn't mince words in its latest earnings call, admitting that smartphone and display sales were declining, and that its memory business was picking up the slack. The company remains profitable
The IT channel can be an intimidating, technical industry for newcomers, especially for those with little background in digital technologies. But that hasn’t stopped Donna Wittmann from pursuing her goals and climbing the
Ottawa-based industry organization the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) has released the full set of video interviews conducted with the winners of its 33rd Annual Innovation and Leadership Awards. The interviews, which include
Amazon’s facial recognition software matched 28 members of the U.S. Congress to criminal mugshots. Donald Trump accused Twitter of liberal bias. And Facebook and its founder had a really bad Thursday. First up:
UPDATE CDN is excited to host the new Channel Innovation Awards program, but we also understanding some nominations are trying to find their place among the various categories during a very busy summer period.
The robotics industry is going to the dogs. Find out the most expensive cities to Airbnb. And Facebook’s nudity policies are being criticized by museums. All three of today’s stories are from LinkedIn.
A Canadian cybersecurity firm’s AI solution that provides continuous user authentication by tracking keystrokes and mouse movements has caught the attention of the channel community, leading the company to launch its first global