Blogs by ITAC Board members, ITAC staff, and valued partners and members.
In late-May, the federal Office of the Privacy Commissioner launched a consultation to consider options for how the government could modernize Canada’s main privacy law for business, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA).
On July 13, 2016, the federal government published in the Canada Gazette an order eliminate custom duties on 52 ICT products.
Nearly 100% of Canadian-, American-, and Mexican-based small businesses using eBay export to customers across the continent and globe.
The federal Personal Information Privacy and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) sets the basic legal framework for how private-sector organizations can handle and use the personal data of Canadians.
It has been projected by the Information Communications Technology Council that the ICT sector will face an enormous skills gap and labour shortage of 182,000 by 2019 across Canada.
The Wassenaar Arrangement (or the Wassenaar Arrangement on Global Export for Conventional Arms and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies) is an international export control arrangement. It was established in 1996 to increase transparency and responsibility in the trade of conventional arms …
Moving the Digital Health Agenda Forward This Breakfast Session will provide valuable information to attendees about the status of Canada’s Digital Health Agenda, the priorities that are being worked on, and what ITAC Health members need to know about the …
Robert Watson joined ITAC in April as our new President and CEO. He is a widely respected senior executive with over 35 years experience in the Canadian technology industry.
The Government of Canada (GoC) has initiated several changes in an effort to modernize procurement and support transformation initiatives. Attend ITAC’s free webinar to find out more about federal procurement modernization and the importance of ensuring your business remains aligned …
Within five years the Internet of Things (IoT) will be so ubiquitous, it will be as invisible as Wi-Fi today.