Vol 2, #46, November 16, 2010
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Brands getting serious about
integrating social assets

Study of 241 online communities finds more cohesive, consistent strategies

A new study of 241 online communities from 78 major corporations found that 33 percent of the brands are using a cohesive approach to social engagement compared to only 20 percent in 2009. It also...bulletRead More

33% of brands surveyed are adopting a cohesive approach, compared to only 20% in 2009.
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The Citizen Lab program wins Vox Libera award
Recognized by Canadian Journalists for Free Expression

The Citizen Lab, a research program housed at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs... bulletRead More

New tool measures mobile marketing for QC companies
People from Cossette unveils Mobindex
Cossette has launched Mobindex, a new tool to measure mobile marketing for Quebec companies. Always accessible on the web Mobindex...bulletRead More

Rogers Catalyst helps bring apps of the future to life
New rapid deployment platform assists growth
Consumer appetite for mobile apps is growing at a rapid pace and the mobile application market is poised to generate revenues reaching $10 billion by the year 2015, according to data from the North American Mobile Market Report. To cater to Canadian consumer demand for new, next-generation mobile applications, Rogers Communications Inc., has announced it is giving developers access'...bulletRead More

OLG announces privacy-protective facial recognition
Design protocol employs emerging tech
Tom Marinelli , Acting CEO of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) and Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner Dr. Ann Cavoukian, has released a white paper announcing a major development in privacy-protective facial recognition technology.  This critical system, to be rolled out in 2011 at OLG gaming sites across the province, embeds a design protocol...bulletRead More

CIX announces Hottest Innovation finalists for 2010
Awards showcase great Canadian innovation
The Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) is thrilled to announce the 2010 nominees for Canada’s Hottest Innovation Companies. Each year, the Canadian Innovation Exchange searches for Canada's most innovative technology-based companies in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Clean Technology and Digital Media. CIX, taking place December 7th at the...bulletRead More

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