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Did you enjoy the SIP 16 Party? Did you Miss it!
SIP
The 16th Anniversary Celebration Event on Nov 7, 2013 was a success on all counts with over 100 attendees. The council chamber was a great venue at the North York Civic Centre.

Few photos of the event are posted Facebook

Courtesy of Jim Pagiamtzis, take a peek at more photos and video

Life Transformation Institute is hosting a presentation by a holistic dental practitioner over lunch.
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Simple SEO tip for small businesses
Forbes
I specialize in translating online marketing jargon into plain English. If you're running a small business, especially a small business with a local focus like dentistry, self storage, legal, or accounting services, and have looked into running a search engine optimization (SEO) campaign, chances are you've run into the term "citations" or "web citations."
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Cloud services, data centres protected by Canadian privacy laws
Calgary Herald
As the muscular use of online surveillance increases around the world, Canada is being described as a safe data haven where data can be legally protected. Several companies have recently launched new cloud-based data storage services by positioning them as "a good choice for those concerned about privacy issues in U.S.-based data centres".
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Facebook drives the most traffic to publishers, beating Twitter and Reddit
Mashable
There's no beating Facebook when it comes to driving traffic to publishers. The world's largest social network directed 10.4 per cent of traffic to websites, according to data from 200,000 publishers. Coming in an unexpected second place, Pinterest drove the second-most traffic to publishers with 3.7 per cent. The photo-sharing website drove three times as much traffic as Twitter, which clocked in at 1.2 per cent in September 2013.
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Canada's Open Text to buy cloud services company for $1.17 billion
Reuters Canada
Canadian business software maker Open Text said it would buy privately held cloud services company GXS Group for $1.17 billion. Open Text, whose customers include Microsoft and Oracle, makes software that helps companies manage documents and workflows. Open Text has been pushing into the market for cloud computing services as businesses increasingly turn to cheaper services hosted over the Internet from proprietary software.
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Simple SEO tip for small businesses
Forbes
I specialize in translating online marketing jargon into plain English. If you're running a small business, especially a small business with a local focus like dentistry, self storage, legal, or accounting services, and have looked into running a search engine optimization (SEO) campaign, chances are you've run into the term "citations" or "web citations."

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Police promoting social media all day
CTV News
For the second time this year, Calgary Police are teaming up with forces around the world in an attempt to raise awareness over the power of social media by law enforcement.

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Novacap sells cloud hosting services specialist iWeb to Internap for $145 million
Montreal Gazette
Montreal private equity investor Novacap is selling cloud hosting services specialist iWeb to the Atlanta-based IT infrastructure group Internap for $145 million.

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Polar bear researchers to try crowdsourcing
Global News
Polar bear researchers are experimenting with the idea of crowdsourcing data as they study the effects of climate change on the animals. This time of year the bears gather on Hudson Bay's southwestern shore to wait for the water to freeze so they can trek the ice in search of food. Live webcams set up in and around Canada's Wapusk National Park allow the public to witness the migration and a new feature allows them to take webcam snapshots of the bears playing or lazing on the tundra, then download or share those pictures through email and social media.
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3 requirements to extract value from a web analytics tool
Econsultancy
Web analytics can be an amazing driver of business performance when it's supplying insights that are used to inform business actions. For this, you need more than the technology, you need the people and the processes as well. Let's narrow our focus though to just the web analytics tool, whether a (technically) free solution such as Google Analytics or the paid solutions such as Adobe Analytics or Webtrends.
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Internet security
The Economist
Security guards (at least the good ones) are paid to be paranoid. Computer-security researchers are the same. Many had long suspected that governments use the internet not only to keep tabs on particular targets, but also to snoop on entire populations. But suspicions are not facts. So when newspapers began publishing documents leaked by Edward Snowden, once employed as a contractor by America's National Security Agency (NSA), the world's most munificently funded electronic spy agency, those researchers sat up.
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