Tag Archives : #Privacy


Scaling EHR with CenturyLink cloud  

Founded in 2002, Nightingale is one of the largest providers of cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) and practice management solutions to Ontario healthcare organizations, and is expanding its business in several other Canadian provinces and the US. Adopting a workflow-based approach, the company works to automate processes in practice management, medical records management, billing and […]

Ijaaz Ullah, VP, information technology and privacy officer, Nightingale

HBR: With Big Data Comes Big Responsibility

InsightaaS: To be really honest, I was actually planning to highlight a different article from November’s HBR magazine: the IoT treatise “How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Competition” by Michael Porter (with James Heppelmann). The problem was…well, it was the article itself, which might be described as a stew in which some good ideas and […]


David Moschella: The Internet Has Been A Huge Privacy Plus, Thus Far 1

InsightaaS: There are a few patterns that can be observed in ATN’s approach to the content we feature: we enjoy contrarian points of view, we like to focus on security/privacy on Fridays if we come across something compelling during the week, and we are big fans of David Moschella and his posts in CSC’s Leading […]


The Net-Savvy Executive: The Limits to Personal Data Use and Abuse

InsightaaS: The Net-Savvy Executive is a blog by Nathan Gilliatt, an analyst who focuses on market intelligence and social media/analytics. In the post featured today, Gilliatt presents a seven-stage framework that can be used to assess the factors that would limit the insights that can be collected via electronic surveillance. He divides the list into […]


CSO Online: Why your online identity can never really be erased

InsightaaS: CSO Online is the digital home for security content generated by IDG, focusing on “information security, physical security, business continuity, identity and access management, loss prevention and more.” This post falls somewhere between identity management and “more.” It starts with a discussion of the EU court ruling demanding that Google provide citizens with “the […]