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As the year draws to a close, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on everything that happened at Pagefreezer over the last 12 months. Overall, it’s been a great year for Pagefreezer. We onboarded many new customers, attended a record number of conferences, released a slew of new product updates, and welcomed some great new team members to the company.
I'm so pleased to announce that Pagefreezer has made it onto The Globe and Mail's ranking of Canada's top-growing companies. The company placed No. 211 on this inaugural ranking.
I’m extremely proud to announce that Pagefreezer has again secured a position on the coveted annual Growth 500 list, the definitive ranking of Canada’s fastest-growing companies. This is the third year in a row that we’ve made it onto this exclusive list.
We announced a little while ago that PageFreezer has earned ISO 27001:2013 certification. Now, unless you’re a compliance or IT security professional, you are probably wondering why it matters. Does it have any actual impact on the service you’re receiving? And anyway, aren’t all the vendors in our industry certified as well?
The first time I built a website it was hand-coded; editors didn't exist yet. HTML editors made it easier, but it was all static content. Then, with database-driven websites, content could be created on the fly. But, you still needed a degree in computer science to get them working.
For many people, the most accurate record of their lives is Facebook. Pictures of their kids, significant events in their lives, or simply how they are feeling. With over one billion users, that means Facebook is the de facto memory of our online lives.
Do you trust your government? The heart of democracy, "by the people, for the people", requires that government be accountable to it citizens. And, if there is no trust there, how can democracy flourish?
Financial firms are naturally cautious when it comes to new communication technology. After all, they understand that regardless of the medium the general rule applies; they are accountable for all business communications. Plus, each new communication channel comes with its specific compliance issues that need to be figured out BEFORE any actual use.
What Is Rule 17a-3? Rule 17a-3 is a regulation issued by the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that outlines requirements and standards of retention, management, and availability of data pursuant to transactions and trading in the financial and exchange sector - with special provisions for business-related electronic correspondence. It is a well-known industry and federal fact that investors have a duty and obligation to conduct strict record management standards in their transactions of securities, including copies of blotters, account statements, trade confirmations, cancelled checks and more.