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Headlines for Government
Are you compliant with the new Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) that came into effect on July 1, 2014?
What you should know about CSLA?  
IBM collaboration harnesses power of Big Data to help manage complex watersheds
Flooding, fresh-water stewardship along Ontario’s Grand River to be studied
Broad new "anti-spam" law confusing, challenging for small business
As legislation comes into force, survey suggests many think it doesn't apply to them
Taxpayers in Mexico benefit from Microsoft cloud technology adoption

Gartner Says by 2016, 25 Percent of the Top 50 Global Banks Will have Launched a Banking App Store for Customers
The explosive growth of apps is causing significant challenges for the banking industry, according to Gartner, Inc. 
China pushing banks to remove IBM servers in spy dispute: Bloomberg

Thailand selects Office 365 for every student nationwide
Microsoft Thailand and Office of the Basic Education Commission sign five-year agreement to address nation’s top priority — creating a skilled workforce by improving education.
Canadian income tax by the numbers

Gartner Identifies the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for Smart Government
The Nexus of Forces, which is the convergence of four powerful forces: social, mobile, cloud and information, is driving innovation in the government sector, according to Gartner, Inc.
Heartbleed bug causes Canada Revenue Agency to shut down online tax filing
The Canadian Revenue Agency expects services to resume by the weekend after the discovery of a bug that could be used to steal personal information.
Cuba brands as illegal U.S.-created Cuban Twitter

Plan your wait with a text update!
The Montreal Children's Hospital launches tech-friendly wait time service for parents – a first of its kind in Québec
New Cloud Data Centre Platform in Québec: Fonds de solidarité FTQ Investissements croissance and Investissements W2 Back COLO-D

First in Canada A Fully Online MBA with Specialty Track in Real Estate Leadership

Royal Canadian Mint digital currency system MintChip passes new milestone
The Royal Canadian Mint's ambition to launch a secure system to send and spend digital currency, nicknamed MintChip, has passed a new milestone.
Harper Government and IBM Partner to Support Opportunities for Innovation
Academic research and industry were strengthened today
Bell applauds federal government for legislation to help stop cyberbullying

CitizenshipCounts.ca - OCASI Launches New Website & App To Help Youth Study For The Citizenship Test

Canadian government rejects Manitoba Telecom fiber network sale

UFred becomes Canada's first online university to deliver classes exclusively via Cisco WebEx

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