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4th September 2012

CRTC Issues Annual Canadian Communications Industry Report

CRTCThe Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) issued its annual Communications Monitoring Report today, providing an overview of the Canadian communications sector. In 2011, the average Canadian family spent more than $180 per month on communications services – showing an increase in content consumption and Canadian connectivity over the past year. Read the rest of this entry »

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29th August 2012

CareerBuilder Study Finds Workers Feeling Bullied in the Workplace

CareerBuilder CanadaA new study by CareerBuilder.ca finds 45% of workers said they have felt bullied at work; a third of these workers reported they suffered health-related problems as a result of bullying and 26% decided to quit their jobs to escape the situation. The study also found nearly half of workers don’t confront their bullies and the majority of incidents go unreported. The survey was conducted online by Harris Interactive© from May 14 to June 4, 2012 and included more than 550 workers nationwide. Read the rest of this entry »

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28th August 2012

Trend Micro Annual Survey Finds Cloud Data Security Lapses Up From 2011

Trend Micro CanadaThe latest global survey of 1400 IT decision makers from Canada, the U.S., UK, Germany, India, Japan and Brazil, found that while Canada had one of the highest cloud adoption rates, it also had one of the largest increases in data security lapse or issue — behind India and Japan. Read the rest of this entry »

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28th August 2012

Cyberbullying: A Back-To-School Checklist For Parents

No Bullies AllowedAs summer comes to a close, there’s lots of things to do before the kids head back to school, and having a conversation with them about social media and cyberbullying should be on parents’ to-do lists. According to a recent survey among Canadian parents of children aged 10-17 years old, when asked which online accounts their child has, the following results were found: Read the rest of this entry »

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22nd August 2012

Major Study Praises Gulf Islands Film School

Gulf Islands Film & Television SchoolA three-year study of The Gulf Islands Film and Television School (GIFTS), published by the International Journal of Education and the Arts, concludes the Galiano Island facility is a transformative place. The study, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and authored by Professors Kit Grauer and Ching-Chiu Lin from UBC and Juan Carlos Castro from Concordia University, describes GIFTS as a new kind of learning community that brings together elements of cooperation, collaboration, empowerment, social engagement, identity, and media arts. Read the rest of this entry »

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21st August 2012

Social Media in the Workplace: Making the Most of Social Business Tools

randstadAs the use of social media in the workplace continues to become a widespread reality in the corporate world, staffing, recruitment and HR Services provider Randstad Canada, says today’s leading employers must learn how to harness these “social business” tools, if they haven’t already. Read the rest of this entry »

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20th August 2012

Canada Leading Charge in Cross-Device Video Advertising

mini-orbyVideology, a digital video advertising platform and solutions provider headquartered in Baltimore, recently released its 2ndquarter findings on the video advertising market in Canada based on an analysis of 22 million impressions delivered via its platform from April to June 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

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14th August 2012

Ideavibes And CATA Want Your Opinion On Crowdfunding In New Survey

ideavibesCATAIdeavibes founder and CEO, Paul Dombowsky, and CATAAlliance (Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance) CEO John Reid, have announced the launch of an attitudinal survey focused on determining what Canadians think about crowdfunding and their willingness to participate as a funder or a start-up / social enterprise seeking funding. Read the rest of this entry »

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2nd August 2012

New Research Shows Impact of Technology on Legal Field

Robert HalfJust as technology has reshaped how we communicate and do business, it also is making a significant impact on the practice of law. A just-released industry report from Robert Half Legal explores how emerging technologies are affecting management strategies in law firms and corporate legal departments, and changing how legal services are delivered. The report, Technology’s Transformation of the Legal Field, is part of Robert Half Legal’s 12th annual Future Law Office project, which also includes video interviews with leaders in the legal profession. Read the rest of this entry »

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1st August 2012

Randstad Survey Says Most Canadians Use Traditional Job-Search Methods

randstadIf you’re a Canadian job seeker, the traditional means to finding a job are still the most commonly used. Canadians ranked online job boards and newspaper advertisements as the most common ways to find jobs, according to a survey recently conducted by ICMA International and sponsored by Randstad Canada. Read the rest of this entry »

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