Sunday, October 21, 2007Content delivery networks: Does more mean less? The growth of the Internet has created numerous technical challenges. One in particular is how to make rich Web experiences work for millions of users without terabit core networks and server farms the size of metropolitan areas being required.
Sunday, October 21, 2007Novell keeps adding to Sentinel 6 Novell has announced further enhancements to its security information and event management (SEIM) solution, Sentinel 6. The new service pack helps Sentinel 6 gather and correlate security and non-security information from across an organization’s networked infrastructure.
Thursday, October 18, 2007Corporate collaboration comes of age As the technology spreads, workers can communicate more effectively, leading to better decision-making
Tuesday, October 16, 2007CIPS looks beyond I.S.P. Week to global credibility One of Canada's best known industry associations wants its professional designation recognized, but it's not yet on par with the P.Eng. CNC Global comments on what the "Information Systems Professional" needs to convey
Sunday, October 14, 2007Director, IT and Supply Chain Management, Longo's Longo's says Microsoft BizTalk is good for business.
Thursday, October 04, 2007France kicks off nationwide spam fight France is hoping to shut down spammers more quickly through a system that makes it easier for users to notify ISPs (Internet service providers) when unsolicited e-mails are coming from their network.
Sunday, September 23, 2007Complex event processing: Still on the launch pad The CEP market will evolve swiftly over the next few years as open standards emerge, as open-source alternatives appear and as leading SOA, ESB, BI and EII vendors acquire the most promising pure-plays. The industry’s tipping point toward ubiquity is fast approaching.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007Embattled Palm brings Treo 750 to Canada Shortly after folding the Foleo and getting a cash injection from Elevation Partners, the handheld specialist launches a device based on Windows Mobile 6. Is it enough to take on RIM?
Wednesday, September 19, 2007Forrester points out missing pieces in SAP's A1S The German software giant launches Business ByDesign, designed to address those who don't opt for its Business One or All-In-One, but an analyst says some key features are still nowhere to be found
Tuesday, August 14, 2007Storage trade group gets green makeover SNIA has suddenly sprouted green leaves with a task force, working party, and tutorial all directed to making products more environmentally friendly
Tuesday, August 14, 2007Windows admins seek increased automation A survey of Active Directory experts shows a growing frustration with manual processes and internal politics. How to make the business case for better tools
Wednesday, August 01, 2007Apple offers a bushel of software patches The Mac maker's fixes deal with 45 vulnerabilities that span from its latest operating system to an open source file-sharing code. Plus: What Safari browser users need to know
Tuesday, July 24, 2007Air Canada uses BI as Excel exit strategy The carrier explains its use of business intelligence in its commercial branch reporting, while IBI goes over its plan to deal with increased competition from the likes of Microsoft
Wednesday, July 18, 2007Bogged down in email attachments The story of one CIOs escape E-mail was supposed to lessen workloads, but if anything it would seem to be adding to them. Anyone who's been away from their office for only a few days knows only too well what will greet them upon their return - a virtual mountain of e-mail. And e-mail attachments have become a staccato series of shooting pains for many a CIO. Today's attachments keep getting bigger, with no end in sight.
Tuesday, July 10, 2007Ambitious e-government project targets secure data sharing A new project is aiming to allow U.S. government agencies to share data securely. The objective of the Secure Information Sharing Infrastructure (SISA) project is to create a system that allows data to be shared between the agencies, but in a way that ensures only the people who are authorized to access data are able to do so. Cisco Systems Inc., Microsoft Corp. and EMC Corp. will provide commercial, off-the-shelf products, with smaller vendors contributing specific technologies.