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Better data needed to address inequalities exposed by COVID-19: Njoo
Having more granular data makes it possible to adopt more targeted approaches in different areas of the country.
China cites ‘malicious slander’ as Houston consulate closes
State Department alleges Chinese agents have tried to steal data from facilities in Texas.
The politics behind how governments control coronavirus data
The probability of contracting COVID-19 and the chances to recover is shaped by statistical figures released by our respective governments
66% of businesses willing to share data with third-parties: report
…but they’re still cautious, and believe more clarity is needed in privacy regulation
Lack of COVID-19 data makes curve flattening difficult to predict
Goal is to ensure the peak of the curve falls below the health-care system’s capacity to deal with it.
ERP: Why cloud-first doesn’t mean cloud-only
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BC introduces gas price law forcing companies to reveal data
Would legally force oil and gas companies to make known how gas prices are set.
Spy agencies must be transparent about new data crunching, analyst warns
By next year, some 50 billion devices will be connected to the internet.
Asset tracking: Managing your CMMS
More than 95% of the data comes from human interaction.
Facebook plans its own currency for 2 billion plus users
Digital currency, called Libra, scheduled to launch in the next six to 12 months.
Feds see internet data cloud as alternative to their creaky computer systems
…But concerns related to data control, protection and privacy have been raised.
AggregateIQ Data Services in Victoria denies link to Facebook data scandal
Whistleblowers claim its connected to efforts to circumvent election finance rules during the Brexit referendum.
Link up with Omnichain: reimagining your network of supply partners
Stakeholders have access to all relevant data needed for their roles within supply chains, in real time.
Mind vs. machine: human judgement still trumps data
Executives still rely on humans to inform significant business decisions but Canadian companies are quickly becoming more
Cybersecurity is an issue, not a priority
Canadian biz in the dark on what to do about vulnerabilities.
Too much useless data?
Six steps for better maintenance decisions.