Machine to machine solutions, including telematics in vehicles, are expected to grow significantly

Published: October 27th, 2016

Canadian government in IT matters

Ottawa still ‘driving very hard’ to resolve troubled Phoenix software pay system

There are increasing doubts the much federal government will be able to clear the backlog of payment arrears to bureaucrats...

October 27th, 2016 Howard Solomon

ServiceNow takes on cloud sprawl

Now matter how much enterprise technology has changed over the year, CIOs continue to deal with a recurring challenge: Sprawl....

October 27th, 2016 Gary Hilson

Digital customer experience: You have seconds to impress

In the digital economy, a few seconds can make the difference between winning or losing a customer. In a recent...

October 27th, 2016 Steve Proctor
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Security Awareness Month Tips: Make employees feel they’re on the team

Cyber security awareness month is almost over, but before it ends we’ve got some advice from infosec pros to pass...

October 27th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Under the Hood: Store-I.T. from Jolera

Data is growing at an unprecedented rate, thanks to the boom in unstructured data, audio and video applications, and data...

October 26th, 2016 Vawn Himmelsbach
security and privacy issues

Another warning of a vulnerability in industrial control systems

For some time infosec pros have said best cyber security practice is to have security embedded deep in an organization’s...

October 26th, 2016 Howard Solomon

ITAC calls on Ottawa to create a central IT authority for federal goverenment

If Canada wants to remain competitive in the world the federal government must adapt to the digital age - including creating...

October 26th, 2016 Eric Emin Wood

Carleton University researchers in a cloud

It’s bad enough that employees are allowed to bring their own laptops and tablets to work, but imagine if they...

October 26th, 2016 Howard Solomon

Data-driven defence will best protect enterprises, says expert

Tunnel vision is a phrase that describes looking too narrowly at a problem. To use a cliché, you don’t see...

October 25th, 2016 Howard Solomon