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3 reasons nobody’s watching your online ads – and what you can do about it: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/3-reasons-nobodys-watching-your-online-ads-and-what-you-can-do-about-it/85946 H/T Andrew Opala, Addictive Mobility
Andrew Opala doesn't blame users who install ad blockers on their desktop or mobile devices. While fewer Canadians use ad blockers than
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Half of enterprise workers think their employers’ digital efforts are falling behind, BMC Software says: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/half-of-enterprise-workers-think-their-employers-digital-efforts-are-falling-behind-bmc-says/85798
Enterprises might be falling behind in their digital transformation efforts, but their employees aren't. That's the conclusion of a new global study
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South Korean authorities now seeking an arrest warrant for samsung heir: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/south-korean-authorities-now-seeking-an-arrest-warrant-for-samsung-heir/85653
Multiple outlets are reporting that South Korean authorities are seeking an arrest warrant for Lee Jae-yong, Samsung Electronics Ltd. vice chair and
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A growing number of business leaders are making digital transformation a priority, and those who do so are reaping significant operational and
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Chances are you haven't heard of Hisense Co., but are familiar with at least one of its products. The Qingdao, China-based electronics
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.Trello likely to stay free under Atlassian despite concerns, ConstellationRG experts say: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/trello-to-likely-remain-free-despite-acquisition-experts-say/85307
Monday's announcement that Australian enterprise software firm Atlassian Corporation Plc. would be acquiring five-year-old New York City-based collaboration software startup Trello Inc.
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Reputation expert Eric Schiffer on why samsung chair isn't likely to keep his position despite court decision: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/south-korean-prosecutors-denied-warrant-to-arrest-samsung-chair/85896
Four days after authorities announced they were seeking a warrant to arrest the de facto head of Samsung Electronics Ltd., a South
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Blockchain technology hasn't taken over the world yet, but IBM Corp. thinks it might be key to delivering more secure, efficient, and
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.Microsoft acquires Montreal-based deep learning startup Maluuba: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/microsoft-acquires-montreal-based-deep-learning-startup-maluuba/85609
Teaching machines to understand human language has long been the holy grail in artificial intelligence - and in a Montreal startup, Microsoft
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.samsung heir under investigation for alleged bribes involving impeached South Korean president: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/samsung-heir-under-investigation-for-alleged-bribes-involving-impeached-south-korean-president/85478
At this point, Samsung Electronics Ltd. is finding itself in as much hot water as Donald Trump. Multiple outlets are reporting that
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Replace written messages with video using Vidyard’s new enterprise tool: http://www.itbusiness.ca/news/replace-written-messages-with-video-using-vidyards-new-enterprise-tool/85386 #cdntech
Like Facebook Inc., Kitchener, Ont.-based Vidyard envisions a future with video as the dominant medium - one that uses its new platform
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