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Gartner Highlights the Top 10 Strategic Technologies Impacting Education in 2015
Global Education Sector Technology Spending to Exceed $67.8 Billion in 2015
StorageCraft celebrates St. Patrick Day at CeBIT

Its a robot world: Canadian firm Clearpath looks to automated future

Insite Computer Group Inc. Named to M anaged S ervice P rovider 500 List by CRN

DHX Media appoints licensee for Teletubbies electronic toys
Deal signed for Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand  
Office Equipment Dealers Well Positioned to Upsell IT Services Outlined in eBook Released by Continuum

Gartner Survey of More Than 2,800 CIOs Underlines Regional Differences Between CIOs

China to have most robots in world by 2017
China will have more robots operating in its production plants by 2017 than any other country as it cranks up automation of its car and electronics factories
Gartner Survey Shows More Than 40 Percent of Organizations Expect Internet of Things to Have a Significant Impact Over Next Three Years
Few Organizations Have Established Clear Leadership for Their IoT Efforts
IDC Research Examines Actual Use Cases of 3D Printing in the Healthcare and Automotive Sectors in Canada

Is Google Schmidt Right? Will the Internet Disappear?
Is it the end of the Internet as we know it? Eric Schmidt, executive chairman at Google, certainly thinks so.
Gartner Says Power Shift in Business Intelligence and Analytics Will Fuel Disruption

Gartner Says By 2020, a Quarter Billion Connected Vehicles Will Enable New In-Vehicle Services and Automated Driving Capabilities
Connected Cars Will Form a Major Element of the Internet of Things
Gartner Says Digital Business Requires Organizations to Rethink How They Respond to Change
Digital business success will require organizations to take bold actions, including inventing new business models and changing the way they function, according to Gartner, Inc.
What CEOs Need to Lead in an Uncertain and Hyper-Connected World

Microsoft poll shows striking differences in attitudes toward technology between Internet users in developing and developed countries
A survey of Internet users conducted by Microsoft Corp. shows an overwhelming majority believes personal technology is making the world a better place to live and has vastly improved how they shop, work, learn and generally get things done.
Self-driving cars will be on roads in two to five years: Google

BlackBerry Responds to Media Report

Car Being 3D-Printed at Detroit Auto Show
The "co-creation" company Local Motors is not only showing off the world's first 3D-printed car at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
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