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Canada What to Do When Big Data Gets Too Big
Most executives believe that big data will support better decision-making and help their organizations gain a competitive edge. At the same time, many of them are drowning in a tidal wave of information.
United States U.S.: The Only Safe Email Is Text-Only Email
It’s troubling to think that at any moment you might open an email that looks like it comes from your employer, a relative or your bank, only to fall for a phishing scam.
United States EC Conducts First Review of EU-US 'Privacy Shield'
The European Commission has begun conducting the first annual review of the EU-US 'Privacy Shield' agreement to ensure it is functioning well and that the US administration is keeping its part of the deal, reports Reuters, citing EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova.
United States U.S.: Agency CIOs in the Eye of Brewing Reorg Storm
If the departments of State, Agriculture and Housing and Urban Development are any indication, federal technology offices are in store for major shakeups over the next year.
United States U.S.: On Emergency Preparedness - What Have We Learned After Harvey and Irma?
Two historic hurricanes affected two of our most populated states in America in the past month. It’s still early, but what can we say about city, state and federal government emergency management lessons learned so far?
Canada Canada: Building a Better B.C. for Everyone
British Columbia’s new government has released a budget update that puts people first, Finance Minister Carole James announced today.
United States U.S.: Why Obamacare's Much-Criticized Individual Mandate Is Likely to Endure (for Now)
The Affordable Care Act’s requirement that Americans either carry health insurance or pay a fine remains the law’s most unpopular feature. Nevertheless, a bipartisan group of governors is insisting that the so-called individual mandate remain in place — at least for now.
United States U.S.: The Next Big Winners in Tech Will Be the Organizations That Choose Heart over Head
Recently, an alert popped up on my colleague’s phone: “Looks like you’ve gained a few pounds. Let’s get you back on track!” The email came from the “smart” scale in her bathroom.
United States U.S.: Smart Cities Strategic Plan Begins to Take Shape in Henderson, Nev.
City officials want to explore "smart cities" projects as a means of improving the overall quality of life, while trying to avoid technology for technology's sake.
United States U.S.: Diplomats Cheer State Dept. Spending Bill That Rejects Trump Cuts
Retired and current diplomats are heartened that a fiscal 2018 spending bill that cleared the Senate Appropriations Committee last week would not subject the State Department to the steep budget cuts President Trump is seeking.
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