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The Spectacle That Is Dreamforce

October 30, 2015

By Paul Barker San Francisco – What began 13 years ago as a small user event for San Francisco-based CRM software vendor Salesforce, has over the years morphed into something completely different. Dreamforce, as it is called, has grown to

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Wearable Focus Shifts To The Enterprise

October 29, 2015

No one ever said that every technology industry prediction was supposed to come true as originally promised. If that were the case, by now we’d all be wearing smart glasses and barking voice commands at the miniaturized electronics perched at

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Transformation Of Work

October 29, 2015

Office Interiors recognized it was time to join in on the growing global embrace of mobile technology. The Halifax-based supplier of office products relies heavily on its own mobile workforce: the technicians who are on the road constantly, installing, maintaining

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Where The Fan Is Now King

October 15, 2015

In July, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) – parent company of the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs, the National Basketball Association’s Toronto Raptors, Toronto FC and the Toronto Argonauts – announced plans for a new scoreboard for its

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HP Set To Be Split, Transformed

August 4, 2015

Las Vegas – November 1 of this year will mark the end of an era. After 75 years, HP will cease to be. Two new companies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc., will rise in its stead. CEO Meg Whitman

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Chambers Talks Tough At Cisco Live

August 4, 2015

San Diego – There is one word that perfectly describes this year’s Cisco Live Event: transformation. Whether the conversation centered on people, processes or technology,  it was clear that change is coming at a faster pace than ever before. This

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‘Seeing Green’ At Telus Garden

July 23, 2015

Ottawa – There is a distinctly European flavour to the soon-to-be opened Telus Garden, the 305,000 square meter development in downtown Vancouver that will contain a 24-story LEED Platinum office tower and 53-storey residential tower that is already sold out and

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From IBM To Avanade Canada

May 29, 2015

It turned out to be a career move Jeff Gilchrist simply could not turn down. IBM Canada Ltd. certainly would have remained a safe haven for this executive – he had been with the firm’s Global Business Services unit for

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The Changing Cyber Security Scene

May 29, 2015

As cyber attacks go, this one would have been both impressive and financially crippling had it actually happened. Pharmaceutical firm Bromley Weyland partnering with County West General Hospital in a major drug trial in the U.S. involving 10 patients suddenly

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CENGN’s goal: Revive ICT Eco-System

May 25, 2015

The Centre of Excellence in Next Generation Networks, otherwise known as CENGN, is an industry-initiative not government-initiative and as a result, will function differently, says Rich Dusome, its president and CEO. “There is a big difference,” he told Connections+ in