The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is supposed to keep you from being inundated with email messages that you don’t want. We have some real questions about how effective it will be. But in the short run, it has filled your email box with all kinds of invitations to stay connected.
In this video, hosted by Jim Love, CIO of IT World Canada, we hear from marketing and technology leaders as they share their perspectives on why analytics matter and just how growth can be achieved with the right analytics solutions. Starting with a discussion on what big data is all
The number of smart connected devices in Canada is poised to balloon from 28 million in 2013 to no less than 114 million in five years, according to a study on Internet of Things (IoT) adoption by Telus Corp. and market analyst firm IDC Canada. However, the eye opener is that
CSOs who allow staff to use iPhones on their networks -- and that includes a lot of Canadian organizations -- may be wondering what to do about the latest accusation about potential holes in the smart phone's security, particularly the source: China's CCTV network. On the one hand, hackers from
Recent IT security story headlines have focused on network breaches that have led to the capture of millions of pieces of personally-identifiable data. However, insider threats are still a prime source of problems for enterprises. One only needs to think in this country of the theft of military secrets by