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Data Roaming Options for Canadians

By Christine Persaud
Canadians love to travel. We were expected to take a record number of trips – 26. 5 million – outside of the country in 2018, according to the Conference Board of Canada. And that means staying connected while we’re away, whether it’s checking in with family while we’re on a business trip, or with the neighbours or extended family back home when on vacation.

Virtual & Augmented Reality World Conference & Expo in Toronto

By Yasmin Ranade
The Virtual & Augmented Reality World Conference & Expo takes place from June 1 until June 3 in Toronto. This professional conference and technology exhibition attracts thought leaders, academics, innovators, inventors, researchers, scientists, programmers, gamers, game developers as well as policy makers.

Different Ways to Back Up Your Computer Data

By Christine Persaud
March 31 was known as World Backup Day, encouraging people to create back-ups of their most important files. Don’t rely on a single, local device, or even just the cloud, to protect your data, is the awareness goal. But use another personal digital storage locker of some kind.

Companies That Support Mothers in the Workplace

By Christine Persaud
More women entering the workforce means there are more working mothers, too. And it’s a tough balance when it comes to dual income households with children. Thankfully, many companies are taking steps to better support mothers in the workplace.

Drone Developments Bring New Rules, Regs, Restrictions

by Lee Rickwood
Think of a pilotless drone as part of the Internet of Things, automatically, remotely, independently capturing massive amounts of data from its unique vantage point high above the city, its people and its patterns.