Jeff Wilson

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Canada expected to embrace e-billing

E-billing will soon become a more recognized way in which enterprises send bills to their customers in...

Web meetings on the uptake


Average worker is young, eager to learn

Concern over training, not pay, leads workers to find new jobs, programmers are particularly restless and men...

Lucent keeps cutting

Lucent Technologies will be issuing additional pinks slips after the Murray Hill, N.J.-based company announced a more aggressive restructuring plan last month in an effort to become profitable next year. The company said it anticipates an additional 10,000 job cuts, bringing its total number of employees down to 35,000 by the end of fiscal 2003. Lucent had previously announced it would reduce its workforce down to 45,000 employees by the end of calendar year 2002.

JDS Uniphase announces further job cuts

In response to continued sluggish sales, Ottawa-based optical network modules and components supplier JDS Uniphase Corp. announced it will make further job cuts after releasing its first financial quarter results for 2003 Thursday afternoon.

Microsoft introduces Smartphone software

An agreement between Microsoft and a Canadian mobile carrier to bring handhelds with Smartphone software to this country has yet to be signed, but a deal is expected in the near future, said Mark Relph, Toronto-based Mobility Solutions Manager for Microsoft Canada.

PeopleSoft, IBM partnership grows

PeopleSoft Inc. and IBM Canada Ltd. announced on Tuesday an expansion of their partnership, as they work together to assist enterprises in providing better human resources support to their employees.

IBM creates self-managed software, hardware group

IBM announced the creation of its Autonomic Computing unit on Monday, which the company says will work to create self-managed software and hardware for enterprises to reduce the complexity of their IT infrastructure.

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