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What do the new Canadian data breach rules mean for your business?

What do the new Canadian data breach rules mean for your business?

Business owners owe it to their customers, investors, and partners to be transparent, even if that means admitting to a data breach. As of November 1, 2018, that idea became the law of the land in Canada as per the data breach notification legislation, which affects any organization subject to the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).

The new legislation requires organizations to publicly disclose data breaches to the Privacy Commissioner of Canada if they pose a real risk of significant harm to anyone.

5 of the Best Mobility Solutions for Remote Workers

5 of the Best Mobility Solutions for Remote Workers

Three years ago, the International Data Corporation released a survey claiming that mobile workers would make up almost three-quarters of the entire US workforce by 2020. In 2018, we’re already well on the way to meeting that estimate as ubiquitous internet connectivity and cloud-hosted computing infrastructures become the norm in enterprise technology environments.

5 of the Best Mobility Solutions for Remote Workers

November 5th, 2018
5 of the Best Mobility Solutions for Remote Workers

Three years ago, the International Data Corporation released a survey claiming that mobile workers would make up almost three-quarters of the entire US workforce by 2020. In 2018, we’re already well on the way to meeting that estimate as ubiquitous internet connectivity and cloud-hosted computing infrastructures become the norm in enterprise technology environments.