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Wireless Growth by the Numbers
We know smart phone sales are soaring and wireless networks are getting faster. To get an idea of what's coming between now and 2018, network equipment maker Ericsson's June 2013 mobility report gives details.
Who will win? Top 7 intelligent communities
Every year, the Intelligent Community Forum names 21 potential contenders for the title of the world's most intelligent city. In January, that list was narrowed to seven, two of them Canadian cities - Stratford and Toronto. Who are the contenders for the 2013 title? (Photos courtesy WikiCommons)
Hewlett-Packard's ups and downs
Once the undisputed champion of all things PC-hardware-related, HP finds itself in recovery mode, with current CEO Meg Whitman claiming a turnaround from its darkest hours has taken hold, but warning the road back is a long one. How did HP get where it is?
By the Numbers: Website Security
WhiteHat Security's Website Security Statistics Report is based on vulnerability scans of thousands of customer Websites. Here's how they stacked up in the May 2013 report
Beyond passwords: Attitudes toward authentication
The Ponemon Institute surveyed 1,924 Web- and computer-savvy consumers in the U.S., U.K. and Germany to determine how they felt about different regimens for accessing data, information systems and physical locations. The report, Moving Beyond Passwords: Consumer Attitudes on Online Authentication, offers some interesting insights into consumer behavior.
How Z10 users can Balance their lives
Got a BlackBerry Z10? If your organization uses BlackBerry Enterprise Services 10 take advantage of BlackBerry Balance, which lets you separate corporate from personal work spaces. Here's four ways to do it.
Where's the intelligence in BI?
The results of a vendor's survey on business intelligence expectations and realities
Behind the Spamhaus DDosS attack
A look at the huge distributed denial of service attacks on a spam investigation group that affected people around the world
The Value of Videoconferencing
With the price of equipment and bandwidth dropping, videoconferencing is increasingly being used by organizations. To get an idea of how much, Polycom commissioned Wainhouse Research to do an international survey. More than 4,700 responded, including 313 Canadians
Challenges Using Cellular Data
As more staff work outside the office, the need for remote connectivity to the data centre goes up. But if it's done through a cellular connection it won't be cheap. NetMotion Wireless, which makes wireless management software, recently surveyed more than 400 networking professionals in Canada and the U.S. to learn if they're satisfied with their deployments.
Attitudes toward telecommuting
How important is the option to work from home? A recent Web survey by staffing firm Robert Half Technology in February revealed some interesting answers.
Blackberry through the years
As the company that reinvented mobility pins its turnaround hopes on what it calls a revolutionary operating system, we take a look at the devices that made Research in Motion a household name.
Five Windows Phone 8 devices
Microsoft may have one of the smaller slices of the mobile pie right now, but analyst firm IDC predicts Windows will be the No. 2 mobile platform in two years. With preorder just around the corner, and general availability scheduled for next month, let's look at the Microsoft-flavoured smart phones that will be hitting the market. By Dave Webb. Images courtesy of Microsoft.
Go mobile with IT World Canada
We've launched our new mobile Web site, taking advantage of state-of-the-art Web design technologies to deliver a feature-rich experience on any device.
Apple v Samsung: A Timeline
Suit and countersuit between the two mobile giants spread to courts around the world before a U.S. jury handed down a verdict this weekend. Here's a blow-by-blow recap. By Dave Webb
When Facebook is a waste of time for business
Social media can grow your business, engage your customer, and allow you to fling Angry Birds at pigs. But sometimes, it's a waste of time for your business. We trolled the Web to find out when. Compiled by Dave Webb
Six ways to save RIM
Given the state of affairs at embattled Canadian BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd., it should be no surprise that searching "how to save RIM" on the Web produces no shortage of opinions. We've compiled some of the more compelling ideas, in their complementary and contradictory glory. (Compiled by Dave Webb)
Six hot new Android phones
More powerful, more rugged and packed with more features, these Android newcomers are pushing the envelope of smart phone hardware
Black Hat Las Vegas
Last week's Black Hat Las Vegas conference offered a wide-range of presentations on what really determined minds can do to almost any organization's network security -- shred it. Here's a look at some of the highlights as seen by John P. Mello Jr. of PC World.
Do-it-yourself network cables
Why spend money on network cables when you can make your own? Watch how anybody who can hold a crimping tool can build a cable in just a few minutes.
Technology News Gallery: July 9, 2012
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Parting gifts: Top CEO severance packages in IT
The news that RIM former co-CEOs Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis will both receive generous severance packages has put the spotlight once again on "golden parachutes." But to put things into context, let's take a look at some of the other severance packages given out to CEOs in the ICT sector over the past few years.
Technology News Gallery: June 28
Worldwide technology news in pictures courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: The centenary of a pioneer, who topped the supercomputer list, and more
Technology News Gallery: June 18, 2012
The week's worldwide technology news in pictures. This week: Cisco's Chambers gives luck a little credit, RIM gives its former CEOs a healthy send-off, Apple gives a preview of its new OS, and more
The Best Android Swag
From T-shirts and ties to belt buckles and hand-crocheted plush robots, if you love your mobile operating system, there's plenty of ways to show it off. By JR Raphael
Technology News Gallery: June 11, 2012
The week's worldwide technology news in pictures. This week: Wind Mobile looks for allies at the Canadian Telecom Summit, a backlash against virtual violence, and more.
Technology News Gallery: Week of April 23, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Greenpeace protests Microsoft's cloud, SAP has a new cloud facility, Sharp is going to sell an 80-inch TV in Japan and more.
7 Tech IPOs That Investors "Unfriended"
While it's still really early to gauge if this social networking fairytale will change into a grotesque Lovecraftian story, one thing is clear -- Facebook is not alone in the clubhouse when it comes to big names that underperformed during the early stages of their going public. Here are seven other notable members of that club from the not so distant past.
Technology News Gallery Week of May 21, 2012
Our look at the week's technology news in pictures
Technology News Gallery March 5th, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Imperva maps an attack by Anonymous, Nokia unveils a 38 megapixel camera phone, Toshiba makes the world's thinnest tablet and more
Top Products of February 2012
In our latest roundup of the most searched products on YouFindIt.ca, there are some pretty interesting gadgets. Notable products include a Lenovo desktop, a Konica Minolta printer and JVC digital camcorder.
10 Scenes From CEBIT 2012
Before the show even opened, we got a peek inside to see some of the products, people and major prep work featured in the world's largest technology trade show. By Shane Schick, Editor-in-Chief, IT World Canada
PC World's Jon L. Jacobi gives us the lowdown on seven network attached storage boxes
Technology News Gallery: Week of April 2, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Tim Cook tours Foxconn, Australia launches digital mailboxes, Dell stops selling smartphones and more
Technology News Gallery: April 16 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Windows 8 UI on an iPad, Intel makes a huge SSD, WordPress is tops on the web and more
Technology News Gallery Week of April 9, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: new TVs can be controlled with gestures and voice, the Nokia Lumia 900 launches and more
Outlook 2010 cheat sheet
If you've just upgraded to Outlook 2010 from an earlier version, expect to see some very big changes, most notably the ubiquity of the Ribbon interface
Technology News Gallery: Week of March 26, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Commodore relaunches the Amiga and Nokia patents a vibrating tattoo
Technology News Gallery: Week of March 19, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: an Anonymous-flavoured Linux OS is de-listed, Encyclopaedia Britannica ceases its print edition and a robotic glove.
Top 9 new things from the iPad announcement
On Wednesday of last week, Apple announced its new iPad and a host of updates to its products. These are the best bits
Technology News Gallery: Week of March 12, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: the CeBIT conference in Germany and the White House gets a new CTO
Google vs. Facebook: A Tale of Two IPOs
We compare the numbers for two of the most significant technology initial public offerings ever
Technology News Gallery May 28, 2012
News for week of May 28, 2012
More than 2,500 researchers and developers gathered in Austin, Texas, last week for the Conference on Human Factors in Computer Systems. The show goes by the initials CHI, a holdover from its former name: the Computer Human Interface conference.
Technology News Gallery: Week of May 14
The week's worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of our colleagues at IDG News Service. This week, unique collaboration, wireless leaders discuss consumer trust, a low-profile iPhone accessory, and more
Interop Las Vegas 2012 Highlights
Here's a quick look at some of the announcements made at this week's annual Interop Las Vegas show
Technology News Gallery Week of May 7
Our regular look at technology news from around the world in pictures, courtesy of IDG Newswire. This week: An attack on NASA, LinkedIn buys Slideshare and more
Technology News Gallery: Week of April 30, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Service. This week: Intel's new Ivy Bridge chips, Google Drive, a robot spider from MIT and more
Google Montreal: A dream office built for team spirit
From our colleagues at Direction Informatique: a guided tour of Google's new Montreal location
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Technology News Gallery: Week of February 6, 2012
Our weekly roundup of worldwide technology news in pictures, courtesy of IDG News Services. This week: Facebookâ€™s stock goes public, a robot-snake is born, Julian Assange has his day in court and more.
10 CES 2012 showstoppers that might become part of enterprise IT
The annual Consumer Electronics Showcase launched dozens of tablets, smart phones and new Intel-based UltraBooks, but some are more likely to attract corporate users than others. A prep list for CIOs and IT managers.
Top News Stories of 2011
Everyone's got their own list of the most significant tech news stories of the past year. Here's ours, in no particular order.
10 LinkedIn Tips to Boost Your Job Search
Job search lagging? Not seeing results? Check out these 10 expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search.
Steve Jobs: An iLife
A timeline of the life of a man who changed the way we all see computers and consumer electronics.
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