Microsoft says virus hurting supply chain more than expected
Windows licences and its Surface devices “are more negatively impacted than previously anticipated.”
BDO launches manufacturing roadshow with Industry 4.0 focus in Toronto
The morning event detailed how manufacturers can leverage technology to beef up their operations.
Microsoft: ‘carbon negative’ by 2030 even for supply chain
Currently responsible for about 16 million tonnes of emissions per year, including data centres making of electronics components for its devices.
Manufacturing Roadshow 2020: Don’t get left behind
Company owners and senior executives will learn how Industry 4.0 and digital transformation will help them to stay competitive.
Startup Edmonton announces collaboration with Microsoft
Community of companies will benefit from Microsoft for Startups expertise and resources.
Best Manufacturing Apps Conference
The Microsoft Canada Best Manufacturing Apps Conference brings together…
Former Microsoft employee gets 2 years for embezzlement
Tran oversaw Microsoft’s promotional relationship with the NFL.
Some tech giants sign onto Canada’s declaration on electoral integrity
Facebook, Google and Microsoft agreed to combat disinformation and promote transparency.
Microsoft deal means more access for all Canadian public servants: minister
Includes more digital communication tools for public servants with disabilities.
IBM’s $34B Red Hat deal is risky bid to boost cloud business
It is the biggest acquisition in IBM’s century-long history.
Montreal to host annual world artificial intelligence summit through 2021
Quebec’s largest city has become a global hub for research in AI.
Microsoft uncovers more Russian hack attacks ahead of midterms
Kremlin officials dismiss claims as unfounded, citing a lack of detail on the hack.
How Apple’s app store changed our world
The app store is now the fasting growing part of Apple’s gigantic business.
BlackBerry says new software bridge to Microsoft products will increase security
Provides various security features for programs whether they’re on smartphones, tablets or computers using major operating systems.
Montreal’s Element AI scores US$102M to support expansion
Goal is to develop AI capabilities for traditional industries such as manufacturing and financial services.