Powered up for disaster planning

Powered up for disaster planning

The Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2002 and warnings from health officials of an inlfluenza pandemic are just...

July 10th, 2007 Kathleen Lau

Power companies include IT in disaster planning

Power companies include IT in disaster planning

Given the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2002, the idea that companies should prepare their IT systems for...

July 10th, 2007 Kathleen Lau

Beating the bug

Beating the bug

Effective information management is critical to track the spread of infectious disease, especially when saving time means saving lives. Quick...

February 4th, 2007 Mark Els

Beating The Bug

Beating The Bug

Effective information management is critical to track the spread of infectious disease, especially when saving time means saving lives. Quick...

January 30th, 2007 Mark Els

Shaking it up

Shaking it up

It would be an understatement to say that public safety and emergency preparedness, with respect to protecting critical IT infrastructures,...

March 6th, 2006 Lisa Williams

Making haste slowly

Making haste slowly

The arguments for a consistent, coordinated approach to IT security are irrefutable. Our society, and the world in which we...

November 3rd, 2005 Richard Bray

DRIE holds Toronto continuity event

DRIE holds Toronto continuity event

March 7-13, 2004 is Global Business Continuity Awareness Week, an international initiative to promote the awareness of and need for...

January 31st, 2004 IT Focus Staff

US cybersecurity post creates much needed buzz: ITAC

US cybersecurity post creates much needed buzz: ITAC

Awareness of Canadian cyberspace security issues should be less like the hum of elevator music and more like the blast...

October 11th, 2001 Julie Clow

US cybersecurity post creates much needed buzz: ITAC

US cybersecurity post creates much needed buzz: ITAC

Awareness of Canadian cyberspace security issues should be less like the hum of elevator music and more like the blast...

October 10th, 2001 Julie Clow