LOS ANGELES -- At its recent Collaboration Summit, networking vendor Cisco Systems took the wraps off its new collaboration application, Project Squared. Built on Cisco’s Collaboration Cloud, Project Squared is a business collaboration app that combines chat, audio, video, multi-party meetings and content sharing in one application. It has a
I find it really hard to believe any country can claim 52 percent of their organizations have created a new group focused on innovation, but if it's true Canadian CIOs might want to plan a visit to Iberia. A presentation from Phil Carter, vice-president of IDC European Research, was recently
The job hunt can be a frustrating process for both those who seek, and those who are looking to hire. That's no different in IT - even though it's a field full of opportunities, candidates often feel pressured to show prospective employers they have the right skills. And hiring managers
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The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will be looking into whether big telecom companies are charging smaller Internet service providers (ISPs) exhorbitant fees to use their networks in order to deliver high-speed Internet service to customers. The CRTC hearing on wholesale wireline telecommunication services in Canada began Monday. It
Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) may be starting to make an impact in North American companies, according to a recent survey by an anti-virus software vendor which also found that cyber security professionals tend to be very confidents of their ability to handle data breaches in 2015. ThreatTrack Security Inc.,
A backdoor-type Trojan, called Regin has been targeting businesses and individuals around the world and has managed to elude malware researchers for at least the last eight years, according to security software vendor Symantec. The company described Regin as a customizable piece of malware which provides its controllers with a