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    IT World Canada is the Canadian affiliate of International Data Group (IDG), the world’s largest IT information media provider. We’ve been creating conversations and building relationships with Canada’s technology professionals, business managers and executives for over twenty-five years by delivering timely, incisive information they can trust through a variety of digital publications, events and print brands.

    Reaching the distinct and influential decision maker in business and the business of Information Technology, (French and English) readership totals with reach of 2.5 pass along, 300,000, and 120,000 individual IT professionals and business executives…and still growing because we are Canada’s trusted IT Media Publishers. Our mission is to inform, to teach, to empower, to connect.

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    1. Domo Is an AlwaysOn Global 250 Winner for Third Year in a Row

      Explore Marketwired (Jul 18 2014)

      SILICON SLOPES, UT--(Marketwired - July 18, 2014) - Domo, a software-as-a-service venture redefining the business intelligence market and transforming the way business is managed, today announced that it has been named an AlwaysOn Global 250 winner. This is the third consecutive year that Domo has been chosen for this honor.

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      Comment Mentions:   Amazon   Adobe   Salesforce.com

    2. At Last, Google Analytics App Comes To The iPhone (Ginny Marvin/Marketing Land)

      Explore Techmeme (Jul 18 2014)

      At Last, Google Analytics App Comes To The iPhone (Ginny Marvin/Marketing Land)

      Ginny Marvin / Marketing Land: At Last, Google Analytics App Comes To The iPhone  —  Google has released its official Google Analytics app for iPhone, now available for download in the app store.  —  The app is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, though is optimized for the iPhone 5.  It requires iOS 6.0 or later.

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      Comment Mentions:   Google

    3. SAP Maps Out SMB Battle Plan

      Explore VAR, MSP and solutions provider news (Jul 18 2014)

      With the forming of a dedicated SMB Solutions Group, SAP is once again sending a signal that it intends to compete much more aggressively in the lower end of the IT market.

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    4. Don't Be Comcast: Use Analytics, Monitoring to Prevent a Viral Disaster

      Explore Computerworld (Jul 18 2014)

      Don't Be Comcast: Use Analytics, Monitoring to Prevent a Viral Disaster

      The executive in charge of Comcast's support organization is having an interesting week.

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    5. My Quest to Know....

      Explore forbes.com (Jul 18 2014)

      My Quest to Know....

      Advertisements hang proudly in the airports;  and sprout from the centerfold of business magazines. They continue the hype. Sometimes, the drumbeat is deafening. The taglines are many, the artwork is superb, and the messages are compelling, but are they true?  Do "The best run companies use software product XYZ...?" I wanted [...]

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM

    6. 10 Important Facts to Know About the IBM-Apple Alliance

      Explore channelinsider.com (Jul 17 2014)

      10 Important Facts to Know About the IBM-Apple Alliance

      The alliance between IBM and Apple creates a massive number of downstream mobile computing opportunities for the channel.

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM   Apple

    7. Rogers, Telus will no longer hand customer info to police without a warrant

      Explore Canadian Security Magazine (Jul 17 2014)

      OTTAWA — Two major telecommunications firms — Rogers and Telus — say they will no longer routinely give basic customer information to police and security agencies without first seeing a warrant.

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      Comment Mentions:   Bell Canada   Telus

    8. Opportunities For VARs In Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery

      Explore crn.com (Jul 16 2014)

      Opportunities For VARs In Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery

      Business continuity and disaster recovery startup Zerto is seeing exponential growth this year. Zerto's Mariah West talks about opportunities for the channel in the hybrid cloud.

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    9. The 10 Biggest Corporate Breakups of 2014

      Explore forbes.com (Jul 16 2014)

      The 10 Biggest Corporate Breakups of 2014

      Since the beginning of 2014, there have been 15 completed spinoffs of companies worth at least $500 million, and experts think there could be dozens more to come, marking the most active year for corporate breakups since the early 1990s. These are the 10 biggest businesses spun off from former corporate parents so far this year. (Data via Spin-Off Research.)

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    10. The Cost of Downtime

      Explore Gartner Blog Network (Jul 16 2014)

      This is a follow-up to last weeks post on network downtime as several have asked “What is the cost of  network downtime?“ Based on industry surveys, the number we typically cite is $5,600 p/minute, which extrapolates to well over $300K p/hour (see Ensure Cost Balances Out With Risk in High-Availability Data Centers by Dave Cappuccio).

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    11. Will Home Depot, Amazon, Or Dell, Launch The 3D Printer Revolution?

      Explore forbes.com (Jul 16 2014)

      Will Home Depot, Amazon, Or Dell, Launch The 3D Printer Revolution?

      3D printers promise a technology, industrial and economic revolution that will, in due course, rival the emergence of the automobile.

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      Comment Mentions:   Amazon

    12. Overreliance on the NSA led to weak crypto standard, NIST advisers find

      Explore idgns.com (Jul 15 2014)

      The National Institute of Standards and Technology needs to hire more cryptographers and improve its collaboration with the industry and academia, reducing its reliance on the U.S. National Security Agency for decisions around cryptographic standards.

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    13. How CIOs Can Boost Mobile App Adoption

      Explore Computerworld (Jul 15 2014)

      How CIOs Can Boost Mobile App Adoption

      CIOs with an eye on mobility have probably spent a small fortune creating a private enterprise app store. They've spent countless hours tending to an environment where business managers plant seeds for app ideas and developers bring those ideas to fruition. Often, the number of mobile enterprise apps sprouts like weeds.

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    14. Box lifts storage limit on Business edition, integrates service with Office

      Explore PC World Australia (Jul 15 2014)

      Box lifts storage limit on Business edition, integrates service with Office

      ... which announced in May its plans to roll out Box to its 300,000 employees worldwide. Juan Carlos Perez covers enterprise communication/collaboration suites, operating systems, browsers and general technology breaking news for The IDG News Service.

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      Comment Mentions:   Microsoft   Salesforce.com   Google

    15. IBM updates cloud strategy after CIA loss

      Explore idgns.com (Jul 14 2014)

      Two years after losing high-profile government work to Amazon Web Services, IBM has revamped the way it structures enterprise cloud services contracts, thanks in part to its US$2 billion acquisition of cloud services provider SoftLayer.

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      Comment Mentions:   IBM   Amazon