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Ottawa stands firm on wireless policy
IT World Canada
The Harper government has made it clear it won't change any wireless policy despire pressure from the big three incumbent carriers. After meeting with all carriers Industry Minister James Moore posted a statement on the Web that the government is unmoved by claims that if Verizon Communications is able to buy a startup here competitors will be put at a great disadvantage.
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Toronto couple crowdsourcing their unborn baby's name
CTV News
A Toronto, ON, couple is choosing an unconventional means of naming their first baby: an "election" that gives friends and relatives the power to select a name for their child from a list of top contenders. Expectant parents Katie Reise and Chris Vollmershausen say they started the baby naming process like most new parents. They perused books of names and debated the merits of their different options and found the process overwhelming.
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Cyber insurance in demand after recent data breaches
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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. All of that has changed in the past year and a half said Rosebaum, who heads the cyber insurance division of Aon Canadian brokerage arm.
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IBM defends cloud-computing accounting amid SEC probe
Bloomberg
International Business Machines, facing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into how it reports revenue from offsite cloud services, said it stands by its accounting methods. IBM is cooperating with the SEC in the probe, which it learned about in May, it said in a filing. The company books its revenue from cloud services, such as storing customers data and software applications remotely, under generally accepted accounting principles, said Ed Barbini, a spokesman for Armonk, New York-based IBM.
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Ottawa stands firm on wireless policy
IT World Canada
The Harper government has made it clear it won't change any wireless policy despire pressure from the big three incumbent carriers.

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Can private cloud services really keep European companies secure?
Gigaom
Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is a key pillar of the cloud revolution, giving developers a hosted platform on which to create and test new applications without having to think about the underlying infrastructure.

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For the mobile Internet, tomorrow belongs to Asia
Yahoo
After five years of explosive growth sales of high-end smartphones have hit a plateau and the $2 trillion industry telecom carriers, handset makers and content providers are buckling up for a bumpier ride as growth shifts to emerging markets.

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How to find a VoIP provider that fits your business
Smart Business
There are many Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers out there, some large and some small. In the case of telecommunications, bigger is not necessarily better. Small providers tend to be more nimble and are able to customize and innovate in order to help their clients grow. Also, independent VoIP providers can lend a personal touch, says Alex Desberg.
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Social media may soon drive more traffic to your site than SEO
Business 2 Community
Still skeptical about the power of social media marketing to help you and your business see results? Here's some compelling information for you: according to stats compiled by Forrester Research, social media may soon drive more traffic to your website than SEO. As part of the How Consumers Found Websites in 2012 report, Forrester found in 2012, half of all Internet users ages 18 to 23 use social networks as their primary Internet discovery resource, as do 43 per cent of Internet users ages 24 to 32.
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Beyond web analytics: 5 types of online data you should be tracking
Entrepreneur
When business owners talk about analytics, they often are referring to web analytics. They talk about setting up tools such as Google Analytics or Adobe's SiteCatalyst to track page views, test variables and gauge their website's performance. But they're missing the bigger picture. While web analytics are certainly important, they are only one type of metric that entrepreneurs need to know about when starting up.
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