Apple’s new security feature, Microsoft and Walmart want in on cashier-less stores, Elon Musk and Chicago team up

[ad_1] Apple is working on a new security feature that would make it harder for investigators to get data off iPhones, Microsoft wants to make Walmart cashier-less, and Chicago is teaming up with Elon Musk to build high-speed transit tunnels to its airport. First up from LinkedIn is news that Apple is beta-testing a security […]

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Zero to hero: how Vancouver upped its digital maturity to become one of the most innovative cities in Canada

[ad_1] Vancouver was Canada’s first city to implement a digital strategy more than five years ago in an effort to transform the internal processes of the municipal government and the public services it delivers to citizens. While embarking on such a high-profile strategy was risky, the city has gone from having relatively low digital maturity […]

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CATA calls for a 21st century tax commission

[ad_1] Canada’s federal government has famously pursued a tech-friendly “innovation agenda” that thus far has included funding for five tech-based “superclusters” and a contest encouraging cities across the country to digitally transform themselves – but according to the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) its taxation policies have yet to follow suit. This week the Ottawa-based […]

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Cisco launches DevNet Ecosystem Exchange as dev community surpasses 500,000

[ad_1] ORLANDO — Cisco System’s developer program DevNet – which has surpassed 500,000 registered members – received a lot of attention at its flagship event this week, and its new DevNet Ecosystem Exchange program, available now, includes 1,300 applications for system integrators and channel partners to access. While many partners have become familiar with some of […]

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Cisco opens up DNA Center, brings intent-based networking to third parties

[ad_1] ORLANDO — Many of the world’s aging networks are expensive, fragmented, and sometimes vulnerable to attacks, but Cisco Systems is hoping its latest decision to make its intent-based network platforms open, allowing for the management of third-party devices, will help solve a lot of those problems. The San Jose tech company’s Digital Network Architecture […]

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