As Canadians, two separate federal privacy laws protect our privacy. These laws govern the information that businesses can collect on other Canadians, as well as how organizations must manage and protect that data. As of January 1, 2004, PIPEDA applies to every organization that collects, uses or discloses personal information in the course of commercial activities. However, the federal government
Cloud computing has become an ever present term in business and personal technology. From Google and Hotmail to iTunes and online banking services, cloud computing became the core of innovation long before they were actually called cloud services. In the commercial industry however, cloud computing is a fairly new technology, despite having an even greater accessibility publicly.
Businesses in Canada are protected through two federal privacy laws. The Privacy Act, as we all know implies to the federal government and protects personal information handling. PIPEDA, on the other hand, is more detailed. The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Acts (PIPEDA) came to effect on 1st January, 2004 and now extended to most businesses in Canada. PIPEDA
There’s no denying that cloud computing is one of the hottest commodities on the internet, and small businesses in Canada are increasingly becoming aware of its usefulness. However, the uptake of cloud solutions in small business is still relatively low in Canada. This reduces the chances of these small businesses to grow significantly and compete with the big organizations. But
You have to submit a report first thing in the morning and you’re on your way to your workplace in a train. Your report requires minor edits which you work on using your smart phone or tablet device.
Written by Chris Medeiros Managed cloud services rest somewhere on the spectrum of secure, private cloud hosting and economical, public cloud hosting. Public cloud hosting is more oriented towards cost
Cloud computing is an internet based application that allows users to access other applications, programs and data via the internet. Cloud computing is forming the basis of small businesses in Canada, as analysts forecast that
The cloud, a vague term used to describe all sorts of things involving the internet, has long confounded cautious Canadians, who have for years approached the ambiguity with our conventional conservation.
Anyone that has used a computer knows the significance of data as being the most important aspect of it. When an operating system crashes, it can be reinstalled again, with the applications. But when data becomes corrupt, or
Posted by Techvibes Newsdesk on Jan 7, 2014 Kingston Ontario-based Canadian Cloud Backup has launched a unique product in Canada: wholesale offsite data storage. The storage can be used directly by IT firms, ISPs and the like, or the white label service can be bundled and resold to those customers’ own clients. Outside of Canada, offsite storage service is nothing