Over 85 per cent of Fortune 500 companies are using Microsoft Cloud and Canada is at the forefront of this given Microsoft’s recent investments in Canada, with datacentres in Ontario and Quebec and the innovation-focused Microsoft Vancouver office.
by Lee Rickwood
A Canadian medical technology development team is a finalist in a multi-million dollar competition to build a new device based on gadgets used in the Star Trek TV show.
The conference centre of the Westin Harbour Plaza hotel featured representatives from the biggest Linux companies including Red Hat, SUSE, CoreOS, Google, Oracle, Canonical, HP, IBM and, most surprisingly, Microsoft.
Hardware like notebooks and 2-in-1 devices are essential tools but what really powers these devices is the technology, programs and services that can help students and educators make the most of their time in class.
Mobile payments are the most dramatic example of how technology is leapfrogging older forms of banking instruments and proves that new thinking in various financial solutions can benefit everyone involved without too much of a transitional headache.
by Lee Rickwood
A new virtual destination has launched from Canada to help entrepreneurs and tech start-ups no matter where they’re based: locally, nationally or internationally.
Bots can replace human customer service reps for menial tasks like taking product orders, receiving requests for reservations, tracking packages or collating information from various websites or services at once.
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