Calories, carbs and cybercrime: Protecting yourself against wearable tech hacks

The wellness movement has started to take the tech world by storm. Every day, more of us want to better understand our health and fitness - and whether that’s done by tracking... Read more

New Ricoh research finds generational divide in the workplace to be a myth

According to new research commissioned by Ricoh, which included 1,500 respondents across the United States and Canada, 71 percent find a cross-generational workplace an asset ... Read more

Credentials, control and compromise: Today’s Top 10 IoT vulnerabilities

Automation and control. Saving time and money. Transparency. Connectivity. Efficiency. These are just a few of the advantages of the Internet of Things (IoT), which has alrea... Read more

Qubits, bio-hacking and robots: Tracking the latest trends in AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer just a hot new trend. The technology is here already disrupting a variety of industries as more and more innovators look to harness i... Read more

How to identify meeting solution must-haves in a sea of options

In the not-so-distant past, videoconferencing and other remote collaboration tools were a bit of a novelty, deemed helpful but not altogether necessary in the world of enterpr... Read more

How Canadian higher education institutions can attract more international studen...

A record-breaking number of international students now live in Canada. Last year, Canada had 570,000 international students – a 60 percent jump from just three years prior. B... Read more

The City of Brampton saves $100,000 and 96 trees per year with print management

All levels of government have paper documents that need to be secured and shared. Despite the increasing flow of information being accessed via online and digital channels, pa... Read more

Innovation and Competition: Start With Your Business Processes

Innovation is key to keeping your organisation competitive, and successful innovation plays a fundamental role in increasing your productivity and growth. However, you may fai... Read more

An interview with the world’s first Chief Workplace Officer

In this post, we’ll catch up with the world’s first Chief Workplace Officer, Simone Fenton-Jarvis, as she tells us what this new role is all about and why it’s vital for moder... Read more

Paperless Records: How Aboriginal Communities Can Preserve Their History

Paper-based files and record systems may seem easily accessible, however, they come with an extensive list of drawbacks. These include a negative environmental impact as well as the costs associated with paper supplies, printing and storage needs. Read more