This is the second of three recent interviews I had with experts who shared their deep insights into the enterprise. All are noted enterprise experts in strategy, enterprise architecture, and transformation and operations improvement.
The difference between the way the Canadian and U.S. governments work was illustrated this week when the U.S. House of Representatives passed a law telling bureaucrats they have to use software smarter. The
Canadian enterprises and governments should adopt a just-released American government framework for tightening IT security of critical infrastructure, says a security consultant. "I don't think we should re-invent the wheel," Kevvie Fowler, a
A federal watchdog that advises the President of the United States on privacy matters said that the National Security Agency’s collection of bulk phone records is illegal and should be shut down. “The … bulk
Law enforcement and intelligence agencies can’t get enough information – especially if governments are squeezing them for results. So it is that the U.S. National Intelligence Agency, among other electronic spy agencies, insists
Shawn McCarthy of Government Computing News outlines a few trends for federal government spending for 2014 in the article Government IT in 2014: More connections, more exposure, more risk. Several have obvious parallels
Amanda Box and her boyfriend were looking forward to a relaxing weekend in his home in Colorado, instead they ended up shocked and humiliated at the U.S. Customs counter in Toronto’ Pearson International