Articles By Lindsay Bruce

Panel: More technology doesn’t mean more productivity

Panel: More technology doesn’t mean more productivity

A panel of IT industry experts sat down for a round table discussion in Toronto on Tuesday to discuss whether...

June 14th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Kenora uses iCity for new portal

Kenora uses iCity for new portal

In order to make accessing government services more convenient for Kenora, Ont. area residents, the Lake of the Woods Business...

June 8th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Half of businesses expect to see ROI from RFID, survey says

Half of businesses expect to see ROI from RFID, survey says

According to a survey released by global management consulting company Accenture on Tuesday, almost half of North American manufacturing executives...

June 7th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
RBC glitch still not ironed out

RBC glitch still not ironed out

In what was sure to have been a public relations nightmare for Canada's largest bank, the Royal Bank of Canada...

June 6th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Update: RBC fixes “processing glitch”

Update: RBC fixes “processing glitch”

The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) said it will recover by Thursday from a processing glitch it discovered during a...

June 3rd, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Toronto technology market third largest in North America

Toronto technology market third largest in North America

Toronto comes in ahead of Montreal and Ottawa as having the largest concentration of private information and communications technologies (ICT)...

May 27th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Security is top corporate priority

Security is top corporate priority

Canadian companies are more confident in their security decisions, according to a recent study conducted by Branham Group Inc., but...

May 27th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Feds launch antispam task force

Feds launch antispam task force

Industry Canada is joining forces with various consumer, marketing and industry groups to try to put an end to unsolicited...

May 27th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Insurance company connects agents with IP product

Insurance company connects agents with IP product

Back in 2000, La Capitale Assurance Generales noticed that its customers were going virtual, but thanks to limitations in communication...

May 26th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Getronics workers stay in touch

Getronics workers stay in touch

One Toronto-based company is reaping the benefits of a new wireless offering, allowing its remote workers to stay in touch...

May 19th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce