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Society of Internet Professionals Launches a New Dedicated Career Site
SIP
This new initiative in conjunction with Brainhunter will provide our members and associates seeking jobs with access to numerous exclusive benefits and employers to post jobs.

SIP mandate is to raise standards of Internet Professionals. Since 1997, we have taken various initiatives to achieve our mandate. We are excited to complete this process by offering a job board specializing in the internet jobs. SIP members will receive additional benefits by matching mentor-ship between the members and a copy of the book "Seven Steps to Career Success" when you post your resume.

Max Haroon, President, SIP
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Will Snowden's leaks help Canadian cloud industry?
IT World Canada
Was anyone really surprised when Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency collects massive amounts of customer data from cloud service providers and disseminates it as they see fit through the U.S. Federal Government? I mean, isn't this what they do for a living?
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With Fiber and balloons, Google building Internet services that may challenge telecom industry
Financial Post
From sending solar-powered balloons into the stratosphere to offering free Wi-Fi in parks, Google is quietly spending hundreds of millions of dollars on nascent Internet services that may one day challenge the telecom and cable companies. Recently, Google has announced plans to bring free wireless Internet access to 7,000 Starbucks cafes across America, eventually displacing AT&T.
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Microsoft to bundle Skype VOIP with Windows 8.1 upgrade
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Microsoft says Skype, its voiceover-IP service, will be included with its Windows 8.1 operating system update when it's released in October. "Skype will be front-and-center on Windows 8.1, from the very first time you turn on your PC," Skype desktop marketing head Aga Guzik wrote in an official blog post.
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Percentage of B2B website traffic from mobile devices continues to rise
Komarketing Associates
According to Walker Sands' Quarterly Mobile Traffic Report, nearly one-third of B2B website traffic is now stemming from mobile devices, marking a significant increase from a year ago. The data shows 29 per cent of current B2B website traffic is coming from mobile devices, a 73 per cent year-over-year increase, and a 244 per cent increase from 2011. Part of this increase in traffic could be in part due to recent stats that show 28 per cent of B2B executives used their mobile phones or tablets to research business purchases online.
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Will Snowden's leaks help Canadian cloud industry?
IT World Canada
Was anyone really surprised when Edward Snowden revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency collects massive amounts of customer data from cloud service providers and disseminates it as they see fit through the U.S. Federal Government?

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Social media a game changer for campaigning
Daily Hearld Tribune
When Brian Rosebaum started pitching cyber insurance to companies in 2006, he was met with blank stares from risk managers and resistance from information technology experts, who insisted their networks were impenetrable.

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German web firms to launch encrypted email as standard following NSA snooping furor
Nanaimo Daily News
Two of Germany's biggest Internet service providers say they will encrypt customers' emails by default following reports.

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Stock fraud scams tough to combat in Internet age
CBC News
A penny stock fraud scheme that bilked investors in 35 countries out of more than $140 million is raising questions about how authorities can combat such financial scams in the internet age. Four Canadians carried out the purported fraud with the help of five Americans, the U.S. Department of Justice alleges. One of the Canadians was arrested in Ontario. Another was among six suspects arrested in the U.S., authorities said.
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Toronto woman's stolen bike returned after social media campaign
Toronto Star
Cyclist Meg Norton made a rookie mistake last week when she locked her bike up outside her downtown office. Norton, a digital producer with Rethink Canada, applied the lock under the seat, instead of around the wheel and frame. It meant someone could unscrew the seat, slide the lock off, put the seat back on and ride away.
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Weather crowdsourcing app could track passing of single clouds
The Telegraph
Developers on the site OpenSignal.com came up with the idea after discovering that the temperature of mobile phone batteries in one area, when averaged out, almost exactly tallied with the outside air temperature. The resulting app, WeatherSignal, is designed to take advantage of the potential of smartphones in meteorology, and is available to download via Google Play.
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Longtime Wichita writer Gaylord Dold investigates e-publishing
The Wichita Eagle
Is there a touch of irony that longtime Wichita novelist Gaylord Dold's newest three books are being published as e-books but that he doesn't maintain a home computer? No, said Dold — best known for his 10 crime fiction volumes about Wichita's hard-boiled, baseball-loving, loner detective Mitch Roberts — it's practical.
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