Tag Archives : IT management & control


Mabel’s Labels explores Office 365

Background: Mabel’s Labels was established in 2003 as a home-based business by four Hamilton-based mothers. The waterproof label for children’s items company has grown to 40 employees and now sells to a global customer base. As the company grew, its technology needs became more complex. Over time it had accumulated a random combination of legacy […]

Kimberley McKay, IT director, Mabel's Labels

Vincent Weafer, SVP, McAfee Labs, Intel Security

Serving the common good: intelligence sharing in an era of automation

  Vincent Weafer is a long term veteran of the IT industry and cyber security battleground. A former VP of Symantec’s security response unit, as SVP at McAfee Labs, he now manages a team of four hundred researchers working in 30 countries, as well as millions of sensors around the globe dedicated to helping protect […]


Scalar Decisions launches Advanced SOC in new TO home

Context: Canadian solutions integrator Scalar Decisions is at a high peak in its growth trajectory, and has the new digs to prove it. This November, the company announced new headquarters in Toronto to compliment offices in Montreal, Ottawa, London, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver and to help house 59 new staff the company plans to […]

Ryan Wilson, CTO and chief security advisor, Scalar Decisions

Greg Picot, director of product development, Eigen Innovations, (former CEO of Radian6)

Eigen Innovations seizing Industrial IoT opportunity

Measuring IoT potential is a bit of dark art. Unlike other forecast areas in the tech world, where tangible products and solutions have SKUs, IoT is more about ideation around the future application of multiple existing technologies to current and new problems. Despite this challenge, IoT market sizing is an ongoing preoccupation, which is generating […]


SAS takes analytics into the network

When Dr. James Goodnight and his partners founded the SAS Institute in 1976 after running almost a decade as a successful academic project at North Carolina State University, statistics was a complicated black art to most. SAS software was initially used to analyze the effect soil, weather and seed varieties had on crop yields at […]

James Goonight, CEO, SAS