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New study reveals digital strategy helped companies perform well during pandemic, but only 12% actually have one running

The fifth SAP-IDC Intelligent Enterprise Study reveals that today 95 per cent of Canadian organizations now have or are developing a digital strategy, but only 12 per cent say the strategy is fully integrated into the core business.

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Understanding Canadian cybersecurity laws: Deep, dark, and undetectable – Canadian jurisdictional considerations in global encrypted networks (Article 7)

In this article, we will discuss the legal issues relating to encrypted online criminal activities, specifically those involving or facilitated by the use of Dark Web browsers and cryptocurrencies.

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Cybersecurity in the age of asymmetric warfare I An interview with Tim McCreight, chief security officer at The City of Calgary

In anticipation of the third chapter of Politik’s Interzone digital gathering in early December, we sat down with one of Canada’s most recognized names in cybersecurity.

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What’s in the future for graph databases?

Graph databases have matured into mainstream information technology and delivered value to organizations in a wide range of applications. Here’s how you can expect them to evolve.

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