Mobility

23
Sep

How IT Outsourcing in Toronto Will Change in the “Post-PC Era”

The face of the IT sector is changing, in Toronto and the rest of the world. Companies that are looking to outsource their IT today have totally different needs than they did 10 years ago. Industry experts talk about the “Post PC Era,” as people are now unshackled from their desktop computers. Employees now rely on IT staff to make

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21
Aug

What Can Toronto’s IT Companies Learn From Blackberry?

Canadian mobile powerhouse (former a powerhouse, anyways) Blackberry announced a fire sale on their assets, while laying off even more people. What lesson can IT providers in Toronto learn from their mistakes? Bryan Glick of www.computerweekly.com recently wrote “the demise of the once-dominant corporate mobile supplier has lessons for every IT vendor about how the world has changed in recent

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12
Oct

Blackberry Outages Hit Markham Business

Attention Blackberry users: It has come to our attention that RIM, the maker of Blackberry devices, is experiencing a network outage resulting in service interruption to Blackberry users. From the RIM website ( http://www.rim.com/newsroom/service-update.shtml ) : Wednesday 12th October – 9:45 (GMT-5) BlackBerry subscribers in the Americas may be experiencing intermittent service delays this morning. We are working to resolve

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27
Sep

Your “Smart Cover” for your iPad

It’s all about wares for your iPad this week and the best thing; you don’t have to get rid of your beloved Smart Cover to get them! In fact, manufacturers have created protection that address the flaws of Apple’s Cover and enhances its functionality so that you get the best out of your “Smart Cover” and your iPad. Here is

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23
Aug

Canadians Send 200M Text Messages Each Day

Texting is probably the most common method people use for instant communication. And why wouldn’t they use it? With virtually all new plans coming up with unlimited texting, we doubt if there is anyone who can keep his hands off of his phone. So, how many times do you text in a day? How many text messages do you think

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20
Jul

Do QR Codes fit into your Toronto business marketing?

Do you know what is the ultimate way (at least for now!) to harness technology for your business, keep up with marketing trends, and reach your customers in new and interesting ways? QR codes (short for quick response code)! You’ve probably already seen them; the bar-code like images that are popping up everywhere from flyers to magazines, utility bills, invoices,

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15
Jun

Personal cellphones at work? Yes or No?

So, you have got a cool new personal mobile device which you just can’t do without; so much that you even take it your workplace. We don’t blame you. After all, multitasking is what you got your device for and you are doing just that; mixing social and work activities. But did you know? Your innocent desire to multitask could

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13
Jun

Blackberry, iPhone or Android? Which smartphone do Canadian’s love?

Looks like Canadians like the Research In Motion’s BlackBerry the most. Despite a series of public relation’s setbacks and analyst downgrades beginning with the underwhelming launch of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April, BlackBerries are still the most popular smartphones in Canada. Devices from the Waterloo Ont.-based company accounted for 42% of all smartphones in Canada in March, leaving behind

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29
Apr

4G Is Coming To Canada

4G is finally here. Though it will initially be available only in a few major Canadian cities, it will be available. With Telus officially announcing the rolling out of this technology starting in mid-2011, the prediction made by Deloitte’s Technology Media Telecommunications earlier this year appears to be coming true. The report had suggested that the adoption of 4G might

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28
Mar

April 19th, will you line up for a BlackBerry PlayBook?

The tablet market across Canada is undoubtedly dominated by iPads. As of today, no high end tablet producer has been able to undercut Apple when it comes to pricing. But the BlackBerry PlayBook seems all set to break the record with its manufacturer, Research In Motion, citing that PlayBooks will be sold at $20 below the price of iPads in

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