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Data privacy in translation: how Canada’s language industry will respond to CPPA

Any company offering translation technologies and services working with people in Canada should take heed of what this law is all about.

It’s time to switch to the long game on pandemic recovery

Canadian organizations were quick to pivot to cope with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, according to IDC, they’re focused on developing the...

Commvault launches Metallic SaaS offering in Canada

Commvault has launched Metallic in Canada, their first expansion beyond the U.S.

Three tips to keep your data safe when working from home

Not everyone is used to working from home and there are a few important things to consider to keep your data safe when outside the office. Here are three tips to keep in mind

Over a quarter of firms suffered irreparable data loss: Vendor study

27 per cent of all respondents, and 16 per cent of Canadians, said their firms had suffered "irreparable data loss" in the previous 12 months. Read about this and other results

Sidewalk Labs reveals vision for ‘smart city’ project, provides no answers on data collection policy

Sidewalk Toronto offered an early look at some design ideas it has for Quay Side, including a new approach to pavement, modular buildings created with panels, and self-driving cars.

Millennials to blame for data breaches too, Shred-it claims

A Shred-it study links a millennial habit of leaving unlocked laptops at the office with data breach risk, but that argument doesn't hold water.

GDPR 40 days later: How to appoint a data protection officer and what they need to do

When GDPR went live on May 25 it created a new role for thousands of organizations: the data protection officer. We speak with a couple finding their way to compliance in the early days.

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