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Cirius gets serious about Azure  

Background Vancouver-based Cirius provides a safe and secure, cloud-based messaging platform. Its flagship product, Cirius Secure Messaging, features email encryption that enables business professionals to send, receive and track confidential email and attachments on any device with confidence about data protection and adherence to compliance requirements. With roots in both the content management and cloud […]

Cameron Burke, SVP business development, Cirius by Carlos Taylhardat of Art of Headshots in Vancouver BC Canada.  Cirius is a software solution for Corporations wanting  to make sure that their private and confidential information stays that way.  Art of Headshots is downtown Vancouver coroporate headshots solution.

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Last Panacea session explores cloud future  

In a fitting farewell to the Reset on the Panacea of Cloud series, presenters at month’s CenturyLink breakfast event talked about the future. A forum for exploring issues around cloud adoption and management, the Panacea sessions have featured a chapter-by-chapter tour of The Death of Core Competency: A management guide to cloud computing and the […]


VMware builds company and community support for mobile deployments  

The mobile revolution is well underway and shows no signs of waning. At the hardware level, smartphone penetration has moved into hyperdrive: according to the Boston Consulting Group, it took a decade to reach the first billion in global smartphone penetration; however, falling prices have meant the next billion was achieved in the last three […]

Shawn Rosemarin, executive director, systems engineering, VMware Canada

Lynn Greiner, freelance IT journalist and regular contributor to InsightaaS.com

Surface 3 under the reviewer’s eye

Ever since Microsoft launched its Surface tablet line, it has been struggling to capture the hearts of enterprise users. We’ve been through Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, and Surface Pro 3, as well as the ill-fated ARM-based systems running the now defunct Windows RT operating system (which wasn’t so much bad as thoroughly misunderstood). Today’s […]


The “final word” – Death of Core Competency, plus Jonathan King returns to TO!  

When I published The Death of Core Competency: A management guide to cloud computing and the zero-friction future, I worked with CenturyLink to create a four-part presentation series walking through the four main sections of the book. The first presentation, focusing on the management implications of cloud, was integrated with the book launch last November. […]

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