Tag: Canadian Business

Samsung Electronics Declares “Age of Experience” at CES 2020

By Yasmin Ranade
Samsung Electronics announced the “Age of Experience” at the opening keynote at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). As the featured keynote speaker, Samsung Consumer Electronics President and CEO H.S. Kim described how human-centric innovations will create personalized experiences that make life more “convenient, enjoyable, and meaningful.”

New Technologies & Team To Support The Canadian Red Cross

By Yasmin Ranade
The Canadian Red Cross has decided to bring its expertise in disaster response together with this newly created team to better leverage technology to prepare and respond to emergencies in Canada and elsewhere in the world

Construction’s Smart Revolution

By Yasmin Ranade
Innovation and smart technology is fast becoming a staple in construction. Ramzi Jredini, CEO of construction hiring platform Handiss, believes the implementation of digitized construction will grow significantly in Canada, and provide environmental benefits as well as a significant return on investment for owners.

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Accessibility Tech: Creating a World without Barriers

by Lee Rickwood
Special hardware and software tools, collectively called assistive or accessibility technology, bring real value not just for the impacted individual but to the overall economy.

Zoho Platform Growth in Canada Credited to Robust Canadian SMBs

By Yasmin Ranade
Last month, Zoho hosted its Zoholics Canada event, which welcomed more than 450 customers across the country to Toronto for two days of keynotes, educational sessions, and 1:1 briefings with senior Zoho executives. Zoho One is a unified operating system —from sales and marketing to finance and HR to operations, and more

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Can Technology Support Democractic Decision-Making?

As destructive as technology and media may be on our modern democracy, some digital tools could in fact support effective democratic processes. A Vancouver tech company says it’s using artificial intelligence and cloud-based technologies to help us make tough decisions…