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How Alberta revamped its IT services

GTEC 2012: Take time to consult and define, and maintain control of your service management system, executive director advises

Online banking ID will access government services

GTEC 2012 Citizens will soon be able to use their banking credentials to log into government Web sites. Would you share your account info with Canada Revenue?

WITSA singles out high-speed access

The World Congress on Information Technology closes with the unveiling of the Montreal Declaration, a document that emphasizes the importance of affordable high-speed communications and is the result of a globalrndigital collaboration.

Larry King asks where digital age is going

Technology can give us instant access to celebrities or solve more serious problems. It's up to us to choose what we want it to do, panelists at the World Congress on Information Technology say

Dramatic change coming for public sector CIOs

A new computing platform, shared services and economic pressures are changing the government IT picture. Why CIO will mean "chief innovation officer"

IBM analytics breathes new life into data

IBM analytics software is being used in wide range of industries, making more mileage out of stored data

Never mind the Patriot Act, watch your thumb drives

Businesses that think storing their cloud-based data north of the border protects them from government intrusion are wrong, a panel says. Why thumb drives are the real threat to info security

Debate but no news on foreign telco ownership

The government isn't ready yet to reveal its new foreign investment strategy, Industry Minister Christian Paradis has told a communications conference

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