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  • Nimble Information Strategies Inc. and Indigena Solutions LP

    Nimble Information Strategies Inc. and Indigena Solutions LP partner to create jobs for Aboriginal communities Partnership will provide entry-level digital jobs to First Nations communities across Canada MARKHAM, ON, Feb 10, 2017 – Nimble Information Strategies Inc. and Indigena Solutions LP today announced a partnership to provide entry-level digitization jobs to indigenous people in remote communities across Canada. By providing the opportunity to work via remote technology, Nimble and Indigena will enable isolated communities to stay intact and grow. “We are very excited about this partnership with Nimble” said John Slater, President and COO of Indigena Solutions LP, “with today’s...
  • Change of Ownership

    Talon-Sky Ventures becomes new majority owner of Indigena Solutions as of June 10, 2016.  See attached for further information about this exciting change....
  • Why Outsource Your Help Desk Onshore?

    Why Outsource Your Help Desk Onshore? Some things to consider from an experienced Help Desk manager. What is outsourcing? Outsourcing is a process of subcontracting some IT services to an external company that will help lower the costs in labor, and improve the quality of the service innovation for any business. Onshore outsourcing is the ability to contract the business internal IT needs and a help desk to a reputable service delivery center which is a source outside the business but within the same country. I have worked in this industry for almost 30 years now and the most important...
  • Security versus Human Nature: Is the whole somehow less than

    Security versus Human Nature: Is the whole somehow less than the sum of the parts For every new and enhanced login and password authentication that is put in place, we may be improving perceived security while reducing actual security. Is it time for a new security paradigm? When you stop and think about how many logins and passwords a typical knowledge worker and modern technology user may have in their life as a whole, the number could be staggering. One is tempted to ask what we don’t log into or authenticate anymore, the coffee maker perhaps. On second thought, I...
  • IF THERE IS NOTHING TO STEAL…

    IF THERE IS NOTHING TO STEAL… Making data masking an integral part of test data management just makes sense In 2015, the first Canadian study of its kind, the “2015 Cost of Data Breach Study: Canada”, was released by the Ponemon Institute in Traverse City, MI. The report found that the average cost per lost or stolen record was $250 and that just over half of the data breaches were a result of directed attacks. 21 Canadian companies, representing 11 different industry sectors, paid a cost of $5.32 million on average, with the largest cost component being lost business. While...