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Tales of digital transformation cost-cutting from Technicity

Both public and private organizations may face some costs and challenges in putting the customer experience at the centre of their efforts, but not doing...

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Should Microsoft give up on browser war?

According to analytics vendor Net Applications, Microsoft lost 40 million Internet Explorer users in October and over 300 million in 2016. Despite Windows 10 getting...

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HPE’s prototype for ‘The Machine’ offers early glimpse of memory-centric computing

If we were to invent the computer today instead of using the same design architecture that was made 60 years ago, what would we make?...

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Breaking news: Privacy commissioners urge Ottawa to be careful on defeating encryption

Parliament should be cautious before passing laws forcing organizations and people to open encryption systems, say Canada's privacy commissioners. In a unanimous submission Tuesday to...

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Canadian employers cautiously optimistic for 2017 despite nagging problems

Canadian employers are taking an optimistic view on business activities heading into 2017, but hiring issues as a result of a national IT skills shortage have...

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Cloud infrastructure attacks to increase in 2017, predicts Forcepoint

The cloud offers organizations a number of benefits, from simple off-site storage to rent-a-server to complete services. But 2017 will also see cloud infrastructure increasingly...

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Auditor General says EHR still not close to ready after $8 billion spent

The Electronic Health Records (EHR) system that missed its 2015 deadline may be delayed even further than the March 2017 expectation set by eHealth Ontario,...

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