Hybrid cloud architecture is quickly becoming the preferred way of conducting business among cloud providers.
By leveraging the management of resources between internal and external sources, an organization can improve the reliability and stability of a service. This is an ideal situation for companies that want to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness that public cloud computing environments provide, while still allocating critical applications to secure, managed and controlled in-house resources.read more
Once known for hardware, industry giant IBM is increasingly promoting its software-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service offerings as it looks to rebrand itself as a leader in cloud computing.read more
The real estate technology scene is red-hot, but the focus has been on the consumer.read more
Pebble, the world's best-selling smartwatch, just got smarter with the launch of Time, a new digital timepiece with a colour display and more powerful features than its predecesor.read more
Physics is in a "sorry state," Canadian physicists and science writers agree.
What went wrong? According to Colin Gillespie, a Canadian lawyer and physicist, it was an excess of success.read more
Q4 Web Systems, a provider of SaaS-based investor relations solutions for public companies, has raised a round of venture capital.read more
This week TD Bank Group announced the launch of customer service through SMS in Canada via "TDHELP."read more
A new lobby group is hoping to convince Quebec’s securities regulator to allow ordinary investors to participate in equity crowdfunding.
Currently, only Quebecers who meet the requirements to be an “accredited investor”—generally by having a high net worth—can buy shares through equity crowdfunding rounds.read more