I’m going to say the most hated word in the English language. Are you ready? “Password.” I know, your eyes have already glazed over, leaving you exhausted with a side of existential dread. Ugh, a password? I’m not still logged in? Wait, can I remember it? Was it stolen? Am I going to need to reset it
Data Reportal estimates that there were 3.484 billion social media users worldwide in 2019, which is around 45% of the total 7.676 billion internet users all over the world. The number of social media users has grown 9.01% year-on-year (YoY) from 2018’s 3.196 billion, capping a ten-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.64% across a decade from 0.97 billion users in 2010.
In today’s competitive landscape, companies need to use every available method to increase their earnings. However, many neglect to maximize the value of their social media accounts. In my experience, platforms like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn offer massive upsides to businesses across all sectors. When leveraged properly, they can be an almost limitless source of lead generation. Here’s how to maximize social media’s income-generating potential.
The government’s intention to tax big tech is positive but that it will be challenging to fit many promises in one piece of legislation, critics say, adding that there is a lot riding on Justin Trudeau’s proposals to tax big tech giants.
Ever since the launch of the Pan-Canadian artificial intelligence (AI) Strategy in 2017 – the first ever national AI strategy – Canada has been the focus of sustained attention from the academic, IT and business communities. So, what are the key objectives of the Pan-Canadian AI Strategy? What progress has been made to date? What is the long-term potential for Canada to develop as a globally significant centre of expertise in AI? And how best can IT professionals contribute to this ongoing development?