Christine Wong


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Christine Wong is a journalist based in Toronto who has covered a wide range of startups and technology issues. A former staff writer with ITBusiness.ca, she has also worked as a reporter for the Canadian Economic Press and in broadcast roles at SliceTV and the CBC.


Recent Posts


The changing face of UC&C

As the technology matures beyond voice, messaging and conferencing, UC&C solutions will incorporate new technologies such as AI, IoT and SDN to offer entirely new capabilities. We talk to Robert Arnold, a principal analyst at Frost & Sullivan, about his latest research.
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Simple hacks save IT security dollars: Zayo

IT security can feel like a never-ending battle — and enterprises are responding by throwing money at the problem. But Jamie Hari, Zayo’s director of cloud and security, challenges that notion at SecTOR with tips to move your security maturity forward at little cost.
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Kansas City leads way in building smarter cities

But many U.S. cities are falling behind in the global smart city race — in part, because they don’t treat citizens like ‘customers.’ The National League of Cities offers some advice on how local governments can ensure their networks are ready for smart services.
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AI takes big data to the next level

Industry gurus shared their thoughts on artificial intelligence, deep learning and machine learning at Big Data Toronto — and how they will allow you to use big data in ways that either weren’t previously possible or never occurred to you before.
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From HaLow to 5G: The evolution of Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi probably isn’t top-of-mind when you think of tech trends, but new technical advancements are making it more relevant to the mobile world than ever.
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How AI will transform unified communications

Artificial intelligence is already changing the way UC&C contact centre applications work today. But industry experts say it has far greater potential to streamline collaboration, reduce unnecessary clutter and proactively find solutions to common employee problems.
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