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SaskTel advances smart city initiatives with IoT provider eleven-x

Saskatchewan-based telecommunication provider SaskTel has extended its partnership with Internet-of-Things (IoT) provider eleven-x to build smart cities faster. Under the extended partnership, eleven-x will continue...

Restructuring of IT infrastructure to take ‘several months’ after ransomware attack, says eHealth Saskatchewan

eHealth Saskatchewan says it’s going to take a while to restructure its IT infrastructure, and that it’s still unsure who stole the data or where it’s located.

Saskatchewan’s Brandt to acquire U.S.-based positioning solutions provider GeoShack

The Brandt Group of Companies has reached an agreement with U.S.-based Ultara Holdings, Inc. to acquire the Canadian operations of its GeoShack company and the Canadian assets of Inteq Distributors

Personal health data remains secure after ransomware attack, says Saskatchewan’s eHealth CEO

The computer system storing confidential health data of the residents of Saskatchewan was attacked over the weekend, disrupting a number of eHealth Saskatchewan's services, according to its website.

Big banks and telcos backing $185 M supercluster bid for national digital identity system

Identification systems have been based on face-to-face interactions and on physical documents for centuries, but as the world becomes more digital and reliant on technology, these systems need an upgrade. One supercluster is trying to do just that.

SaskTel, Huawei, Aboriginal agency to bring cellular to north

Huawei Technologies continues to make its presence known in Canada despite allegations by some governments that the telecom equipment company is too close to...

IT does not know ethics

It is important that IT professionals put more focus on ethics because the business world is finally understanding how much trust and power they give us to run their IT infrastructure

Revenue Minister Skelton lambasted

Canada Revenue Agency has come under scathing attack for its crisis management tactics. Liberal Revenue critic Judy Sgro has urged federal Revenue Minister Carol Skelton to get back to Ottawa to address the needs of her crisis-stricken department.

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