Articles By Michael Martin

Still early days for municipal Wi-Fi

Still early days for municipal Wi-Fi

Municipal Wi-Fi has been a hot topic for a while and shows no signs of cooling off. Late last month...

August 31st, 2006 Michael Martin
Bullish job market can be bear for some

Bullish job market can be bear for some

Yet another study has come out saying Canadian companies are having trouble finding and keeping good IT people. This time...

August 17th, 2006 Michael Martin
Net neutrality fight far from finished

Net neutrality fight far from finished

Despite the defeat of a 'Net neutrality amendment in the U.S.Congress in early June, the heated debate about whether network...

August 9th, 2006 Michael Martin
No easy solution to ‘Net neutrality fight

No easy solution to ‘Net neutrality fight

Despite the defeat of a ’Net neutrality amendment in the U.S. Congress in early June, the heated debate about whether...

August 9th, 2006 Michael Martin
Weaving a more complete resource

Weaving a more complete resource

Readers may have noticed a few more mentions of our Web site, ITWorldCanada.com, in the last couple of issues. This...

August 3rd, 2006 Michael Martin
Cisco

Cisco

Interview with Mike Volpi, senior vice-president of Cisco’s service provider group and routing technology group, on trends in the carrier...

July 20th, 2006 Michael Martin
Industry Minister sings right tune

Industry Minister sings right tune

Industry Minister Maxime Bernier went a long way towardsclearing up a murky picture when he told the audience at The...

July 9th, 2006 Michael Martin
Industry Minister sings right tune

Industry Minister sings right tune

Industry Minister Maxime Bernier went a long way towards clearing up a murky picture when he told the audience at...

July 6th, 2006 Michael Martin
Singing the praises of simple standards

Singing the praises of simple standards

In his column this issue, Frank Dzubeck argues that networking vendors need to work together better. At first glance, this...

June 22nd, 2006 Michael Martin
Food maker finds VoIP palatable

Food maker finds VoIP palatable

In 2003, Richmond, B.C.-based organic food maker Nature’s Path Foods faced a move to new headquarters to accommodate a rapidly...

June 22nd, 2006 Michael Martin