“Millennials” are defined as people born between 1980 and 2001. If you have been previously unaware of this age group’s impact, that will not last much longer.
Cisco is investing big in Toronto’s technology sector. The company announced yesterday that Toronto has been selected as a site for one of its global Internet of Everything (IoE) innovation centres. The new centre represents a planned investment of up to $100 million in Toronto over the next decade.
Waterfront Toronto is leading one of the largest urban building projects in the world. It is creating a Smarter City on the waterfront, with the aim of putting Toronto on the map as one of the leading global cities of the 21st century.
Have you ever noticed that when you buy a new product, such as a smartphone, it seems as though everyone around you is suddenly using the same device? That phenomenon is known as selective perception.
In the Digital Age, the notion that people would still communicate by speaking to each other seems quaint and outmoded. Assuming that no one relies on voice communication is a mistake, though.
BlackBerry released version 10.2.1 of its BlackBerry 10 operating system last month, and many of its new features are sure to appeal to enterprises. BlackBerry supplied IT in Canada with a Q10 so we could review the new features.