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Watch out for people analytics
IT World Canada
What makes employees happier in the workplace? How come some individuals are more creative, others better leaders, while some more predisposed to adopt change? Traditionally managers mainly relied on their powers of observation or surveys and interviews to determine the answers to these questions. With the explosion of information from a wide array of sources, a number of organizations are turning to big data analytics to shed greater light on workplace behaviour.
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5 ways to get more site traffic
Practical Ecommerce
Online stores need shoppers and getting more potential customers to visit an online retailer's site is an important part of ecommerce marketing. Many Internet merchants rely primarily on search engine optimization to drive traffic and spend a lot of time focused on good title tags. This is important, but there are also some effective ways to get additional site traffic that may also help you build your brand reputation and create lasting relationships with customers.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
Missed last week's issue? See which articles your colleagues read most.

    The corporate cloud (The Chronicle Herald)
Don't just leave social media to the marketing department (Financial Post)
Want customers to remember your brand? Social video's the key (The Globe and Mail)
How VoIP can save your business money (Canada One)

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A guide to retaining customers through a VoIP business phone system
Firmology
Especially today, a customer's voice has never been louder or had more influence on a company's image. This is due in large part to the saturation of social media in our daily lives. If a customer has a bad experience with a company, it is easier than ever for them to post their experience on a social network or public forum where hundreds, thousands, or even millions, of people can read and be influenced by their review.
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Bucknell University to bolster internet security with new collaboration
Digital Journal
In a world where nearly everyone maintains multiple online identities, a single cyber breach can have a far-flung ripple effect. A 2012 attack on the social networking site LinkedIn, for example, exposed the password hashes, essentially encrypted passwords of millions of users. Eric Smith said those hashes can be easily untwisted by the tech-savvy.
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Watch out for people analytics
IT World Canada
What makes employees happier in the workplace? How come some individuals are more creative, others better leaders, while some more predisposed to adopt change?

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MPs in Gambia approves tough internet law
Jellofnews
Members of the National Assembly in The Gambia enacted a controversial law which imposes long jail term and heavy fines to anyone convicted of using the internet to spread false news about the government and public officials.

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The corporate cloud
The Chronicle Herald
For years they loathed one another, rarely missing an opportunity to pick a fight. Their battles, full of sarcasm and sniping, occasionally hit the headlines. Then they started meeting discreetly every now and again, and ultimately realized how badly they needed each other.

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The pros and cons of crowdsourcing
Business Spectator
For decades now, the hyper connectivity enabled by the Internet has been moving from industry to industry, creating and disrupting business by doing something very conceptually simple bringing together crowds of previously disconnected people. With mainstream internet adoption in western countries now at saturation point and the mobile internet being ever present wherever we go, the power of the crowd is becoming highly relevant to industries traditionally considered offline businesses, like passenger transport, accommodation and physical jobs.
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Ultrafast internet service launched by Vancouver startup
CBC News
A new Vancouver-based internet provider says it will be offering fibre internet at a speed of one gigabit per second 60 times faster than the Canadian average for a comparable price to that lumbering average connection. A small start-up launched by computer networking and telecommunications specialist Eric Kuhnke, says that for $45 to $65 a month, he will be offering speeds comparable to those offered by Google Fiber, and also with no bandwidth caps.
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Only 5 per cent of tablets in U.S. use mobile Internet
Canoe
New research shows what most consumers already seem to know, that tablets are used around the home and connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi, they're not mobile devices. In his report on the mobile telecoms industry, analyst Craig Moffett of Moffett Research shows how in the U.S. market at least, a mere 20 per cent of tablets sold are specified with either 3G or 4GLTE mobile Internet connectivity.
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