As social distancing measures are lifted in the months ahead, the ‘next normal’ in the recovery phase means that many Canadian workplaces are now planning for more flexible hybrid work models which blend on-site and remote work.
The University of Waterloo takes a look at how young talent is helping small businesses adapt to the challenges of COVID-19 and why your business should consider hiring a co-op student or recent grad.
Accelerated by COVID-19, businesses are rapidly shifting to create e-commerce solutions for customers. Yet in doing so, a lack of strong cyber security has become a large concern for Canadians as cyber-attacks, often in the form of ransomware demands or phishing emails, continue to strike across the country.
Find out when to adopt disruptive technology and how to stay on track with your digital transformation in this insightful guest blog by The Answer Company’s Founder and President, Shawn Ostheimer.
The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) and KPMG Canada have created the 2021 Automotive Cyber Preparedness Report.
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