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Statistics Canada has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which aims to streamline data from the telecommunications industry.

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IT salaries rise 4.5 percent in Australia

Salaries for ICT professionals have risen 4.5 percent in the past 12 months, a slight increase on the 4.3 percent reported in 2006, according to the Australian Computer Society's (ACS) annual remuneration survey released Friday.

Spotlight on Anil Arora, Statistics Canada, Part 1

Spotlight on Anil Arora, director general of the census program at Statistics Canada. In conversation with senior writer Lisa Williams, Arora explains how good project management practices prop up the national census, what was behind the controversy surrounding the outsourcing deal with Lockheed Martin, and how StatsCan mobilized a powerhouse task force to address urgent questions on procurement.

Researchers craft WLAN defence plan

Researchers from Dartmouth and Aruba Networks are developing a battery of algorithms and a software architecture running over radio frequency sensors to measure and analyze traffic and then react to wireless LAN (WLAN) attacks, especially to the spoofing and evasion that are ever more common today.

Analyst Outlook – Finding better ways to use information

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