Instant Messaging madness

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Instant Messaging (IM) roots trace back to multi-user operating systems Multics and CTSS in the 1960s. In the 1980s, IM gained popularity in BBS culture, and many have fond memories of CompuServe’s CB simulator. Since the Internet revolution in the mid-1990s, IM has continued to evolve. Many individuals rely on it more than the telephone and corporations consider it a necessity.

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US cloud firm dinCloud partners with Equinix, Ingram Micro

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California-based cloud services provider dinCloud is poised to offer the firm’s managed IT services to Canadian small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with its recent negotiations with data centre company Equinix Inc. and technology distributor Ingram Micro.

D&H, Cisco goes on tech roadshow to boost VAR training

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Technology distributor D&H Canada and partner Cisco Systems are literally going on the road in a Canada-wide tour to showcase new networking gear and provide an exclusive training to value-added resellers in the small business space.

Scan on the go with the P-215II

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Since the invention of the first image scanner almost 6 decades ago, scanners have evolved from being big and heavy to being small and light. Today, a high quality scanner can be your travel companion that can easily fit into your bag or briefcase while at the same time be your main go to scanner for business use.  

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