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USB stick sold in Yukon pawn shop had personal data from Health ministry

Health minister says a former employee copied data onto USB key, then 'abandoned' with other belongings in a storage unit

Yukon’s fibre-to-the-home assets now Indigenous-owned

For the first time in Canada, the majority of a province or territory's in-community fibre assets are now Indigenous-owned.  Northern Canada's telecommunications provider Northwestel announced...

ISC lands $5.6 million tech contract with Yukon government

Saskatchewan’s Information Services Corporation lands $5.6 million tech contract with Yukon government.

Northern Canada telecom service must improve: CRTC

The CRTC will call an inquiry into satellite telecom services offered across remote regions in the Far North early next year, Nunatsiaq Online reports. In...

IBM, Microsoft databases inch toward each other

IBM Corp. and Microsoft Corp. are making database waves this week and flowing toward each other's established terrains.

Microsoft eyes enterprises with SQL Server DB

Microsoft Corp., with its upcoming "Yukon" and 64-bit "Liberty" variants of its SQL Server database, is looking to oust Unix as the platform of choice for the enterprise, a Microsoft official stressed during a keynote speech Nov. 20 at the Professional Association for SQL Server Summit (PASS) conference here.

Microsoft details next version of Visual Studio

With its first iteration of Visual Studio .Net just a few days more than six months old, Microsoft Corp. on Thursday began revealing details of the next version, as well as an upgrade to the .Net Framework.

Microsoft boosts R&D spending to US$5.3 billion

Microsoft Corp.'s Bill Gates kicked off the company's annual Financial Analysts Day in Redmond, Wash., Thursday by announcing the company will boost R&D spending by 20 per cent from US$4.3 billion in FY 02 to $5.2 billion in FY 03.

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