Can you split IT spending evenly between maintenace and new gear?

Ten years ago, there was a strong longitudinal study performed of IT spending. This wasn't the typical "how much is this industry spending" type: it looked under the covers of IT spending, large

Published on: March 31st, 2014 Bruce Stewart

Time to ask what IT’s purpose is in your organization

It's too easy for all of us to get lost in the latest announcements of new services, new products, and new "starts" on architecture (from single machines through client/server to clouds and an

Published on: January 8th, 2014 Bruce Stewart

George Brown Waterfront Campus

We tour the future home of George Brown College's health sciences program, built around an intelligent network of mechanical, electrical, building control and IT systems. With Dave Webb.

Published on: August 15th, 2013 Dave Webb

Cloud Computing: Getting to One Network (1 of 3)

In this first video of the series, the team will take you through how to consolidate the different types of traffic onto a single, general-purpose, high-performance, highly available network that greatly simplifies the

Published on: August 15th, 2013 Dave Webb

Cloud Computing: The Unified Compute Model (2 of 3)

In this second video, the team will look at how to unite computing, networking, storage access, and virtualization into a single cohesive system. The Unified Compute model prepares you for cloud computing.

Published on: June 15th, 2013 Dave Webb

Cloud Computing: Extending the Network (3 of 3)

The end goals of private cloud computing are to; Enable efficient delivery of IT resources and services; Give the enterprise complete control over data; Enable choice in technologies and service providers

Published on: May 15th, 2013 Dave Webb

Is your network future-proof?

As the IT stack gradually shifts from physical to virtual to cloud, organizations must ask how this is impacting their network infrastructure and whether it is robust enough to sustain future technologies, said

Published on: January 25th, 2011 Kathleen Lau

Man used neighbor’s Wi-Fi to threaten U.S. VP Biden

A Blaine, Minnesota, man has pleaded guilty to charges that he hacked into his neighbor's Wi-Fi connection to e-mail death threats and child pornography, apparently with the intention of causing trouble for the

Published on: December 22nd, 2010 Robert MacMillan

Sprint to launch more than US$4 billion in network upgrades

Sprint Nextel will begin a US$4 billion to $5 billion project to upgrade its mobile network in 2011, with improvements focused on improving network speed and reducing operating costs, the company said Monday.The Network

Published on: December 9th, 2010 Grant Gross