Gartner Says Government IT Spending in Singapore Reach $3.2 Billion in 2014
Government IT spending in Singapore will total $3.2 billion in 2014, an increase of 3.2 percent over 2013 spending, according to Gartner, Inc.
Russian Government Allegedly Hacks White House Computers
It’s not China this time -- it’s the Russian government. Or at least that’s who experts think is behind a recent hack into White House computer networks.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority deploys new anycast DNS service to help protect online businesses from cyber attacks
Made-in-Canada solution helps reduce the risk of DDoS attacks and improves website and web application performance in the Canadian market
Government of Canada Data Centre Contract Awarded to IBM
T backbone to provide Canadians with continuous connectivity services as government adapts to new trends like cloud, big data, mobile and social computing
Canadian internal trade red tape a burden on half of SMEs
Yet three-quarters conduct business in other provinces, one-quarter plan to expand in the next five years
Canada Post unveils new all-in-one online direct marketing solution for small business
Ontario Doctors to Study Symptoms from Cell Phone and Wifi Exposure
CourtSide EDX Unveils First Electronic Document Exchange to Comply with Ontario New Rules of Court
BlackBerry Further Expands Unparalleled Security Credentials with New Government Approval for Multi-Platform Management
Secure Work Space for iOS and Android receives Security Technical Implementation Guide approval for the U.S. Department of Defense
Parks Canada and Google continue their trek to capture stunning panoramic images in Canada North
Canadian Technology Company offers Canadian Government a solution to protect against Foreign Government Sponsored Attacks
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