Monthly Archives: November 2012
What if a major Alberta bank changed its entire banking system…changed all of its technology for processing business and personal accounts, payroll, automatic debits, credit approvals, tax free savings accounts, RRSPs…Ripped out the existing system and replaced it with a … Continue reading
Starting a career in the communications field can be daunting. The intrepid job seeker sets out armed only with a degree or diploma and some relevant life or work experience. The burning question: ‘how do I get a job?’ … Continue reading
Michael Brito, one of North America’s leading social media experts. Michael, Senior Vice President of Social Business Planning at Edelman Digital in San Francisco, talks about using social and digital media to transform organizations into being more open, … Continue reading
US election brings out digital generation’s sin: breaking the secret ballot with pics of how they voted
by Karen Zypchyn, Nov. 7, 2012 I spent last night, as many of you, no doubt, scouring the news sites and Twitter feeds and tuning into television news coverage as the US election results came in. A particular story posted … Continue reading
Kim Taylor is a graduate of MacEwan University. In the following guest post, she reflects on her experience as a graduate student at Royal Roads University.
European newspapers and magazines are facing down Google over links to their content in an effort to salvage their coffers so that journalistic content is rewarded online. They’re challenging Google’s ultimate power, its links, especially through Google News.