Editor of ITWorldCanada.com and Computing Canada, covering all aspects of enterprise computing, telecommunications, network infrastructure and government IT issues. An IT journalist since 1997, I've also written for several of ITWC's sister publications.
After a two-week test run, Toronto's free subway station Wi-Fi network officially launched Tuesday, ready to support thousands of users in two of its busiest stations. Once the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has
ING Direct Canada, the branchless-bank used by 1.8 million Canadians, has become the fourth financial institution to adopt SecureKey's Concierge service for securely authenticating onto a large number federal Web sites. The move
It may surprise some, but despite the best efforts of IT vendors the business world hasn’t completely abandoned paper. Retail chains in particular use it for store or branch reports, inventory reports and
There are tremendous pressures on IT departments these days because of virtualization, mobility and analytics. They all have one thing in common: expanding the amount of data being stored. The simple answer is
There’s an old journalism weather cliché that goes “rain failed to dampen ….” Here's another: In Calgary on Wednesday a heavy snow storm failed to smother Microsoft Canada Lync Conference, pulling in 400
Cars that automatically pay for parking spots, context-aware collaboration and new data centre networks are some of the technologies forecasters at Cisco Systems Inc. see in 2014 and beyond. The predictions were among
Canada’s long-promised anti-spam law will start taking effect on July 1, forcing organizations to make sure they have the consent of recipients when sending commercial electronic messages. The legislation was passed by Parliament