7 Data Governance Mistakes to Avoid - In The News

Research director Crystal Singh discusses the 7 data governance mistakes to avoid in this CIO Magazine article.

Federal Computer Week: Agencies seek to secure mobile access to government network resources - In The News

(6-May-2012) In one corner are government executives who want more flexible, mobile computing options that allow access to the data and applications needed to perform their jobs and deliver government services. In the other corner are government IT administrators, who are focused on meeting...

IT World Canada - How Canada can thwart another foreign cyber attack - In The News

(17-Feb-11) While a cyber attack similar to the one that compromised three key federal departments will almost certainly happen again, the damage can be limited if the government acts to break down technology silos and implement selective two-factor authentication measures, according to...

Financial Post: IT has head in the clouds - In The News

(12-Dec-2011) Canada’s government must migrate its multibillion-dollar computing hardware to the cloud, the country’s largest technology industry group warns, or risk becoming “technologically incapacitated. Ottawa spends between $2-billion and $5-billion on technology each year, various...

IT Busininess: Autonomy and HP's 10.3 billion reasons to like big data - In The News

(21-Feb-2012) Former CEO Léo Apotheker may have left Hewlett-Packard Co. . (NYSE: HPQ), but his US$10.3 billion acquisition of Autonomy remains, and last week at HP's global partner conference, Autonomy founder CEO Mike Lynch gave partners their first taste of what Apotheker was so keen on....

Cyber Experts Weigh-In on Oracle's Big TikTok US Operations Challenge - In The News

Cyber Experts Weigh-In on Oracle's Big TikTok US Operations Challenge

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Canada Gets Tough on Spam (Finally): What to Do About CASL - In The News

As many IT leaders are already aware, the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect on July 1, 2014. Despite being (un)fashionably late to the party, or perhaps in spite of it, CASL promises to be the toughest anti-spam law amongst all industrialized nations.

Why Digital Transformation Efforts Should Start With Content Management - In The News

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