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TrustD allows communities to post events and items to give away or lend, share knowledge and skill opportunities, and give advice to members.
Patrick Flynn, VP of sustainability at Salesforce, says that it sees sustainability as a key issue, and one that requires action right now.
Microsoft’s ‘Project Saturn’ is an effort to rearchitect its Azure Stack hybrid computing platform and, possibly one day, to allow key Azure services and APIs to run anywhere.
TouchBistro has raised $158 million CAD in a Series E round of funding that saw participation from a large number of investors.
Digital identity solution startup Syntizen raises Pre-Series A funding from Mastercard and ACPL(YOURSTORY)
The latest round of funding will enable Syntizen to strengthen its product offerings, as well as drive aggressive expansion in India and across the world.
Yardly, an online platform offering lawn care and snow removal through monthly subscriptions, has closed a $1 million seed round.
Company co-founder and CEO Lew Cirne explained that in order to be a platform, by definition, it is something that other people can build software on.
Launched last year, the accelerator program gives startups free licenses and training on BlackBerry QNX technology, which provides the foundation for IoT systems.
Oracle extends the capabilities and reach of its Digital Assistant across its cloud applications, while also adding features across its applications for specific verticals.
Ernst & Young (EY) has acquired ElevatedPrompt Solutions, a Vancouver-based cybersecurity firm that targets enterprises.
Founded in late 2016, Unearth initially focused on improving productivity in construction with place-based data management.
Sherbrooke, Que.-based Classcraft, which uses video games to help kindergarten to grade 12 students be more engaged at school, has closed a $10 million Series A.
The news of the Series A funding comes as Red Sift plans to expand into the US and makes its latest product, OnINBOX, publicly available.
Toronto-based startup Correly, which provides companies that streamline product demos, has been acquired by Ottawa-based marketing education company GenM.