Tuesday, May 17, 2022


Canadian firms stand guard for Patriot Act abuse

The controversial Patriot Act in the U.S. continues to loom over its northern neighbour as the potential risks of cross-border data transfer threaten to undermine Canadian privacy.

Canadians study Patriot Act abuse

U.S. legislation designed to expand the surveillance powers and local and foreign intelligence gathering may have an impact here, say lawyers and privacy experts. Assess the dangers of Section 215

Canadian firms ‘under-investing’ in IT says SAP Canada chief

In an address to Canadian customers and partners at SAP's annual Sapphire user conference in Atlanta Tuesday, SAP Canada president and managing director Robert Courteau warned the historical advantage Canadian companies have had in trading with the U.S. has disappeared.

5 Canadian tech firms among top 10 on Fast 500 list

Five Canadian technology-based companies were among the top 10 North American firms that made it this year to the Deloitte Fast 500 list. Loyalty, low costs and innovation enabled the companies to outpace their American counterparts in revenue growth, according to a recent survey by financial auditing firm Deloitte & Touche.

manager, technology infrastructure, Deloitte and Touche

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Caution dogs Canadian e-business

Despite high Web usage and soaring broadband adoption rates, few Canadians are shopping online

A tale of two studies: Controversy erupts over conflicting IT spending predictions

An Ipsos-Reid study claiming Canadian companies will be spending less on information technology (IT) has sparked a controversy within Canada

Analyst, IDC Canada Ltd.

Companies in this country don't do badly at all when it comes to making IT outsourcing arrangements work, according to one Canadian industry analyst. The assessment contrasts strongly with the opinions of others, elsewhere. After researching Canadian IT outsourcing attitudes among businesses here, IDC Canada Ltd. analyst Leslie Rosenblood learned that corporations in this country are pretty good at devising sustainable contracts with service providers. It seems our oft-noted conservative approach to business

Canadian businesses under-investing in technology says report

Canadian businesses have been under-investing in their technology infrastructure, and that

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