"It's your connection to the world."
This will take them way beyond fixing your computer for you.
In the lowest income quartile, 27 per cent of people don't have internet access, compared to only five per cent in Canada's richest bracket. During a time in which cars can drive themselves and Uber will deliver you lunch, this divide is a huge problem -- a problem Canada's government has been slow to address.
We don't need an official study to tell us that digital media affects our relationships, although there are many. When we're online 24/7, it's pretty clear that it's going to influence our offline lives too. Digital media is creating a huge disconnect between us that's not going away.
Question: How much do you pay for 10 gigabytes of data and unlimited calling in Ontario? Answer: Just about double what it
Providing the resources and platforms for consumers to create has become an embedded part of how people consume. Organizations, no matter the industry, cannot ignore the importance of collaboration and co-creation. We are no longer the experts who can dictate what people want. We are now the apprentices to a very large population of mentors.
Despite its successes, Digital Canada 150 ultimately suffers from some notable omissions. For a strategy document, it is curiously lacking in actual strategy. The government updates Canadians on what it has done and provides some insight into what it plans to do, but there are few new strategies articulated.
Canada’s big telecom firms recently raised prices on wireless services, and the new plans all look very similar. That is
Canada is one of the most wired countries in the world, but a growing number of connected households is not helping to close
Canada’s big three wireless carriers all raised the prices for their monthly plans over the past few months, and base plans