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Get rid of unencrypted email, fax in health sector, urge Canadian privacy regulators

Privacy czars call on governments, hospitals and medical proividers to create a modern and secure digital infrastructure

What happened with CentOS will not happen with Rocky Linux: Kurtzer

Gregory Kurtzer, who founded and once led the former open-source project CentOS Linux as well as The cAos Foundation, the organization where early development...

Canadian Digital Trust & Identity standard and others under review, comments invited

The CIO Strategy Council has announced that it is now inviting comments on the draft second edition of the National Standard of Canada for...

New report takes deep dive into Canada’s growing PropTech sector

A recent report recommending massive change for the homebuilding industry reveals that upwards of C$1.5 billion has been invested in Canadian property technology (PropTech)...

Is Queen’s Park set to change health records rules? One expert thinks so

It was not a proclamation or even confirmation, but more of a hint that big changes might be afoot in Ontario when it comes...

How to move past the hype to succeed with AI

Canadian CIOs are still trying to find their way through the hype to get the real value out of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine...

Five things I’m thinking about after a retreat with 30 CIOs

IT World Canada's own CIO reflects back on the five lessons he's taking away from the CanadianCIO Summit. From AI to ROI, he has a lot of data to process.

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Running the last mile in analytics

A recent report by McKinsey noted that 40,000 exabytes of data will be collected worldwide in 2020. If just five exabytes is equal to...