Wednesday, January 15, 2003Bell deal to enable expanded offerings A deal signed on Thursday between Bell Canada and Lucent Technologies will help the telco expand its digital subscriber lines (DSL), Internet services and wireline networks in Ontario and Quebec, according to the companies.
Thursday, January 09, 2003Shifting the burden Even as IT struggles through one of its worst droughts in recent memory — leaving tech portfolios downgraded or completely shattered — organizations that provide out-sourcing services are still smiling.
Tuesday, December 31, 2002Career Watch
Monday, December 16, 2002Siemens, NexInnovations form strategic alliance Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and IT services provider Siemens Business Services Canada Inc. and NexInnovations Inc. today announced they have entered into a strategic alliance.
Thursday, December 12, 2002College getting technology upgrade Toronto-based Centennial College, competing inan environment where every advantage counts, is teaming up with Avaya Inc. to provide improved voice and data network solutions for its students and faculty.
Thursday, December 12, 2002SQL takes on database kingpins The high-end enterprise database market is often viewed as a two-horse race
with Oracle Corp. and IBM Corp., seemingly the only two contenders,
together cornering almost two-thirds of the market. Now Microsoft Corp. is
positioning itself to their join ranks.
Wednesday, November 20, 2002Bell, Telus Mobility get wirelessly closer Incumbent heavyweights Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility on Thursday announced that they have entered into the second phase of their wireless roaming agreement reached back in October of last year.
Thursday, October 31, 2002CIOs say help desk and networking jobs are experiencing strong growth A survey of 270 Canadian CIOs has revealed that the hottest jobs in IT are in the help desk/end-user support field and in the networking arena.
Thursday, October 31, 2002Recruiters dispel myths about how headhunting industry works In a different place and time, headhunters were to be feared and generally avoided, unless you wanted your head to end up decorating a stick.
Thursday, October 17, 2002Networking skills still in demand With layoffs galore and many companies having to shut down operations altogether, the Canadian IT job scene has been less than savoury and has in fact left a bitter taste in a lot of mouths over the last year. The good news? Things are looking up, especially for those in the networking field.
Thursday, October 03, 2002Nortel makes some moves In an attempt to impress enterprise customers, Nortel Networks Corp. has unveiled a new corporate structure. But it’s too soon to say if this important move will help the firm, according to industry analysts.
Monday, September 30, 2002Never missing a customer’s call The University of Toronto's Innovations Foundation reports that according to a recent survey hosted by Canada.com, the telephone beat out insulin, the light bulb, standard time and newsprint as the greatest Canadian invention ever.
Monday, September 30, 2002Touch-screen helps detect hearing loss A Toronto-based health-care technology company has created a hearing test that incorporates the use of a notebook computer.
Wednesday, September 25, 2002Speaker: Investment required for innovation Politicians and educators are not providing the required leadership to achieve innovation in this country, according to the keynote speaker at the Innovation Summit in Toronto on Wednesday.
Thursday, September 19, 2002Businesses adapt to large suites When it came time for Montage.DMC to implement its new business suite, it decided that the best way to take advantage of the product was to leave it alone.