Information Technology

Women In Leadership Share Thoughts On The IT World

Christine E. Laprade | Posted 11.24.2016 | Canada Business
Christine E. Laprade

The information technology industry is one of America's most thriving sectors, according to a plethora of industry experts. It's actually one of the m...

6 Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyber-Attacks

Posted 11.15.2016 | Canada Business

6 Ways to Protect Your Business from Cyber-Attacks. From the AOL Partner Studio

EQ Over IQ, Says Scorpion Genius Walter O'Brien

Sandy Kiaizadeh | Posted 09.09.2016 | Canada Living
Sandy Kiaizadeh

I've often wondered how high-IQ individuals feel about the increasing importance placed on emotional intelligence (EQ). Over the past three decades, w...

Logging Providers Are The Good Type Of Hackers

Deepi Harish | Posted 08.10.2016 | Canada Business
Deepi Harish

Log management systems are largely based on one concern; finding the root cause of a problem, like security breaching, diagnosing issues, chasing down server errors and looking up customer activity. There is now a market for the logging management industry, whereas there's nothing new about all softwares and systems producing log files.

What Business Owners Need To Know About The Internet Of Things

Dave Borrelli | Posted 02.02.2016 | Canada Business
Dave Borrelli

While your business may not need to support a web-enabled temporary tattoo to measure UV levels, it's important to start paying attention to the IoT space now to prepare for the surge that's about to hit, especially given that IoT applications may have a potential economic impact of as much as $11.1 trillion per year by 2025.

How To Protect Your Business If Your Cloud Provider Goes Bust

Matthew Held | Posted 12.04.2015 | Canada Business
Matthew Held

Most people have experienced the negative aspect of "buyer beware" for themselves or when purchasing for their company. How can you minimize being left high and dry if a company you do business with goes bankrupt or becomes insolvent? The old adage "always prepare for the worst and hope for the best" remains true.

6 Trends Disrupting the Charitable Sector Now

Marina Glogovac | Posted 08.18.2016 | Canada Business
Marina Glogovac

Ongoing disruption is the new normal for industries, but when it comes to charities there is a unique complexity not present in many other sectors -- mostly in diversity of causes, operating models, stakeholders and the disconnect between people who pay for services and beneficiaries of services.

Five Logical Ways to Recruit More Women in Technology

Gillian Farber | Posted 05.02.2015 | Canada Business
Gillian Farber

With International Women's Day quickly approaching, I felt it was important to shed a light on why some women in today's society are still feeling held back by barriers that seem to be embedded in professional environments, specifically in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

Technology-Ignorant Boards Are Costing Shareholders Billions: What Should Boards Do Differently?

Richard Leblanc | Posted 02.08.2015 | Canada Business
Richard Leblanc

In the area of technology, are boards fulfilling their duty of care in overseeing management and protecting shareholders' investment? Indicators are that many boards and directors may not be. Plaintiffs' lawyers are suing companies and their boards over technology failure. Here are some recent statistics and trends.

Back to School: How to Calm Students' Stress and Anxiety

University of Toronto News | Posted 11.10.2014 | Canada Living
University of Toronto News

The heavy academic pressures so common today raise back-to-school stress like never before -- and it's not just high school seniors or university students who are feeling it right now. Parents can do a lot to help ease their children's anxieties around school. The key is to really listen, and let your child open up about their fears.

From the Slide Rule to Super Computers - 50 Years of Health Research

Russell Williams | Posted 11.01.2014 | Canada Living
Russell Williams

The NewScientist reported on a computer program that can identify rare conditions by analyzing a photograph of a face. The software developed at the University of Oxford can recognize 90 disorders by analyzing facial features such as lips, brows and the shape of eyes.

You Want My Data? What's it Worth?

Carlos de Torres | Posted 04.21.2014 | Canada Business
Carlos de Torres

For many businesses, Big Data may have been (and probably still is) the go-to agenda item in the board-room. Understanding, measuring and gaining business intelligence from our growing plethora of digitized customer data will remain top of mind for the foreseeable future. People are now aware that their personal data is worth something.

Calgary-Built Phone App, Remixes, Will Enhance Your Digital Music Experience

Victoria MacLean | Posted 02.04.2013 | Canada Alberta
Victoria MacLean

Calgary technology trailblazers Decoder has introduced Remixes, a free iOS app that makes it easy for music lovers to find and listen to remixes and covers of the songs in their music libraries. Users select a song and the app searches SoundCloud for available remixes and covers.

Canada welcomes the IT world

Elaine Mah | Posted 12.18.2012 | Canada Business
Elaine Mah

Next week, the who's who of the information and communications technology (ICT) industry around the world will arrive in Montreal, Canada, for the biannual World Congress of Information Technology (WCIT). With all the economic upheaval making business headlines, why does this specialized gathering matter?

Behavioural Advertising: Who's Watching You?

Jennifer Stoddart | Posted 02.18.2012 | Canada
Jennifer Stoddart

How would you feel if mall security cameras didn't simply monitoring you for stealing, but instead kept tabs on the specific brands, styles, colours and sizes of clothes you tried on, the magazines you leafed through at newsstands, what you ordered from the food court, and everything you actually bought during your visit?

Bringing the Right Investment to the Arab World

Bessma Momani | Posted 01.23.2012 | Canada Business
Bessma Momani

Canadian businesses should invest in increasing the productive capacity of the Arab world because there is immense opportunity with an educated and eager workforce. The challenge will be to ensure that Canadian investors do not appear complicit in the political trappings of the inefficiencies of the Arab bureaucracies.