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Canadian firm pays $425,000 to recover from ransomware attack

A major Canadian company was forced to pay $425,000 in Bitcoin over the weekend to restore its computer systems after suffering a crippling ransomware attack...

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Canadian allegedly head of AlphaBay Dark Web criminal market dead after arrest

After days of rumour on the Internet the U.S. Justice department has confirmed that a Canadian citizen living in Thailand was arrested in that country...

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New CRTC chairman’s experience described as both an asset and a conflict

Ian Scott was confirmed as the new Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) chairman earlier this week, and so far, reaction from the telecommunications industry has...

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Tech talent in Toronto, Vancouver is top quality at budget rate: CBRE Report

Toronto is North America's fastest growing tech market, according to CBRE Group Inc.'s fifth annual Scoring Tech Talent Report, but software engineers already based in...

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Graphic designers could be replaced by AI-powered platforms

Technological innovations are increasingly making traditional jobs obsolete, and it looks like the already tech-savvy industry of graphic design could be next. Toronto-based startup Logojoy’s...

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Bell and Telus can now offer Quad Band LTE in almost 40 markets

Bell and Telus are in a race to see who can support Quad Band LTE across Canada first, and so far we have a resounding...

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BlackBerry SecuSuite for Government now meets U.S standard for voice encryption

BlackBerry has toughened the government version of its company-hosted SecuSuite encrypted voice and text capabilities to meet demanding U.S. standards. The company said Thursday that...

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Why public cloud isn’t always the right cloud

If Goldilocks entered a Tier 3 data centre instead of a bear's den, which cloud model would she find just right - public, private, or hybrid?...

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Rogers Smart Drive turns your car into a hotspot on wheels

Rogers Communications Inc. is offering a new product that will get you a connected car, even if you're still driving an old clunker from 1998....

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Lowe’s is out of this world – literally – with its 3D printed tools

You may think Lowe’s is just a hardware store, but with its Innovation Lab, that couldn’t be further from the truth. The first commercial 3D...

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How to integrate security into a DevOps team

While the number of enterprises subscribing to cloud applications is increasing that doesn't mean internal application development has gone away. Sometimes customization may be needed...

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