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Hashtag Trending – Huawei wants patent fees; CAMH adds AI to research; AT&T cancels Galaxy Fold pre-orders

Huawei asks Verizon for patent fees, CAMH to use AI to improve mental health research, AT&T cancels Samsung Galaxy Fold pre-orders. That’s all the news that’s trending today. It’s Friday, June 14th, and I’m your host, Tom Li. https://www.theg...

Ontario city stung for $503,000 in switched bank account fraud

City of Burlington victimized when employee falls for email request to change bank account of a vendor. Read how your company can avoid being hit...

Cyber Security Today: Get rid of old Windows, a warning for Evite users and fake but-kind-of-true news

Today's podcast looks at the risks of running old versions of Windows, a data breach acknowledged at Evite and someone is pretending old news is new on social media...

Global regulatory policies are ‘10 innovation cycles’ behind, says expert

The Big Data and AI Conference in Toronto this week featured dozens of businesses vying for attention, and speakers talking about the potential implications of a connected economy. It also revealed organizations have a long way to go when it comes to...

Canadian Blood Services protecting its data against natural disasters with co-location data centre system

When dealing with blood transfusion and organ transplant services, the safety and availability of critical IT services is absolutely vital, and when all of those services are located in the same region, the risk of losing one or both to something lik...