As anyone who’s ever left a USB key in a Kinko’s knows, it’s easy to lose a mobile device containing sensitive user information. As a recent statement from the Newfoundland and Labrador’s Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner shows, taking preemptive steps to make the user information on a mobile device more secure could protect the information – and your organization – if the device ever falls into the wrong hands.
The federal government has proposed regulations to permit increased electronic interaction with certain government departments. In 2012, the government amended the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development Act to enable the department, and programs under the department's auspices, to expand and coordinate their electronic commerce initiatives.
The workplace landscape has drastically changed, and we’re not just talking stand-up desks and exercise balls for chairs. It might come as a shock that as of 2010, over 2.6 million Americans telecommute. That’s over 20 percent of the U.S. working adult population. On a global scale, 20 percent telecommute, and 10 percent of those telecommute everyday...
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