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A new program that will see local startups tap directly into the computing power of Big Blue to develop cutting-edge technologies in fields such as artificial intelligence and big-data analytics made…
IBM, Senstar, Advanced Business Interiors among those winning federal contracts this past month.
Ottawa physicians, coders, designers and entrepreneurs came together this past weekend to find some common ground on some of healthcare’s most pressing problems.
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario is inviting local hackers in this weekend to come up with big ideas to make life easier for doctors and patients.
Maplesoft, Randstad and IBM are among the local firms and operations that won federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements between Jan. 30 and Feb. 5.
One of the true titans of Ottawa’s “golden generation” of high-tech leaders, Michael Potter took a small consulting company named Quasar Systems, renamed it Cognos and built it into the city’s pree
The federal government says it will likely miss a self-imposed Oct. 31 deadline for eliminating a backlog of problems with its new employee pay system.
Michael Potter has held many titles in his career: Chief executive, Philanthropist of the Year and even Honorary Colonel in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Ottawa-based Halogen Software has hired two new executives.
For one small Ottawa company, getting the contract to completely redevelop the Bermuda government's online presence meant going up against some of the biggest players in the industry.