Articles By Gail Balfour

Aim for a market niche, advises Unisys

Aim for a market niche, advises Unisys

The world's first commercial bank opened in Italy in 1472, and for more than five centuries, not much had changed...

December 31st, 2001 Gail Balfour
All bets are off in the financial world

All bets are off in the financial world

Thanks largely to the Internet and the changes it has recently helped to produce, banks no longer have to be...

December 13th, 2001 Gail Balfour
Competition not always an ugly word

Competition not always an ugly word

I finally got to see the Hollywood movie Antitrust recently, while travelling by plane. As a rule, in-flight entertainment is...

November 29th, 2001 Gail Balfour
The future is now

The future is now

The drive home is taking longer than usual. Your car is complaining that its tires need more air, and, after...

November 1st, 2001 Gail Balfour
Confessions of a techno-slave

Confessions of a techno-slave

I think there must be something wrong with me. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel to...

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour
VIPs celebrate wireless legacy

VIPs celebrate wireless legacy

Canada is an example of what the rest of the world can achieve, Prime Minister Jean Chr...

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour
A world without wires

A world without wires

Canada is an example of what the rest of the world can achieve, Jean Chr...

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour
New technologies overcome distance

New technologies overcome distance

Beaton Tulk likens the wireless movement in Canada to the digital equivalent of the trans-Canada railroad envisioned by John A....

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour
A world without wires

A world without wires

Canada is an example of what the rest of the world can achieve, Prime Minister Jean Chr...

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour
A world without wires

A world without wires

Canada is an example of what the rest of the world can achieve, Jean Chr...

October 18th, 2001 Gail Balfour