When it comes to facilitating communication between employees and fostering a culture of transparency and camaraderie, nothing beats an open office layout—or so modern startup wisdom would have it.read more
That virtually every company in Canada will eventually have some sort of bring-your-own-device policy surrounding mobile gadgets seems no longer to be an "if," but rather a "when."read more
Cyber threats, data breaches and high-risk vulnerabilities have continued to dominate the first half of 2014 as seen in Trend Micro Incorporated's second quarter security roundup report, "Turning the Tables on Cybercrime: Responding to Evolving Cybercrime Tactics."read more
From research and lectures and to collaboration and homework, students are spending on average one-third of their education time online using new mobile technologies, according to a study released by Intel Canada.read more
The workplace as we know it is shifting.read more
A new paper suggests the evidence scientists have been using to predict a massive earthquake along the west coast of Canada and the US might not be high-enough quality to be reasonably accurate.read more
A few things today, while still oft-reported on, are no longer news. Among them is the lack of women and diversity inside North American technology companies.read more
CIBC today announced that clients have now deposited more than one million cheques using its eDeposit feature.read more
There’s no denying the impact that digital connectivity is having on our daily routines.
It is even starting to transform how consumers pony up cash for their everyday purchases.read more
Work can be a great fulfillment: it can put food on your table and it can pay for your vacation to the Bahamas. But nearly half of all working Canadians will tell you that working is the most stressful part of their lives.read more
New survey data from Constant Contact reveals that the majority of Canadian small businesses do not fully understand Canada’s long-anticipated Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) which came into effect on Canada Day.
According to Constant Contact less than half of Canadian small businesses (42 percent) feel they understand how to be CASL compliant.read more
The "Internet of Things" presents a massive opportunity that Canadian businesses have yet to capitalize upon, according to a Telus-commissioned IDC survey released this week.
The survey, which examined the current state of IoT deployments in Canada, found that only 6 per cent of Canadian businesses have implemented an IoT solution, and that another 7 per cent are preparing to deploy in 2014.read more
According to the first annual Retail Tech Forecast from LightSpeed, inventory management and predictive analytics software, in-store mobile device integration, and e-commerce solutions are the biggest technology priorities for independent brick-and-mortar retailers.
“Retailers are sending a clear message when it comes to technology: they want solutions that enhance efficiency and improve the customer experience, all things that can help them make more money right away,” said Dax Dasilva, Founder and CEO of LightSpeed.read more
June was a busier month than May in the announced technology M&A, both in terms of number of transactions and value.read more