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New survey reveals Canadians are experiencing effects of ‘Information Overload’

OpenText, a company that develops and sells enterprise information management software, released a new survey today revealing the extent to which the effects of...

Concerns around data hacking and identity theft via biometrics are on the rise, report says

A Capterra study of 756 Canadians has revealed that the use of biometric data has risen among consumers since the start of the pandemic,...

Payments Canada and TCS partner to implement modernized payments system for Canadians

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Payments Canada are partnering to help implement the Payments Canada Real-Time Rail (RTR) system, allowing Canadians to initiate payments and receive funds in seconds, at any time.

What A CIO Should Know: Forrester’s CIO survey

Our monthly compendium of article and report links, blog posts, live events and videos to help Canadian chief information officers connect with the industry. In this edition: MeetTheBossTV, The CIO Summit dates and more

CIPPIC encourages advocacy on Canadian copyright law

A new Website outlines the latest legislation and bills on digital issues and encourages Canadians to take action. The first item on the agenda is copyright, followed by net neutrality, anti-malware and a bill that allows law enforcers to obtain your ID from ISPs without a warrant

Joshua Jackson helps Rogers launch Android

The Canadian star of TV show Fringe and road-trip movie One Week promotes the HTC Dream and Magic for the wireless company. Why it's all about the apps. Plus, why Jackson just doesn't get Twitter. WITH VIDEO

Did copyright reform prevent a Conservative majority?

Despite winning another minority, the Conservatives might be wise to tread carefully back into its infamous copyright reform bill, according to industry experts. Plus, find out why an Obama win could benefit Bill C-61 opponents.

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