Stefan Dubowski

Articles by Stefan Dubowski

Fight fire with IT

Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services overhauls its data management

Students fight for app-dev title

At this very moment Alfred Leung and Ting-Yu Wang could be trying to figure out what to do with the US$8,000 they

Spam for spammers

What do the U.S. Do Not Call Registry for telemarketing-weary citizens and a poisonous amphibian have in common? They

How to plug a brain drain

Many an IT pro has found himself or herself in this unenviable situation: a colleague leaves the company with significant intellectual property locked away in his head. Perhaps it

New tools on display at JavaOne show

“For the times they are a changin’,” sang Bob Dylan in his tuneful call to action, imploring citizens to help make the world a...

The skinny on thin-client computing

When Robert Transport decided that maintaining its stock of PCs scattered about locations in Ontario and Quebec was becoming too costly, moving to a more centralized IT infrastructure was a no-brainer. The shipping company purchased software from Citrix Systems Inc. Citrix

Tiny Ontario town gets big Web investment

As if to indicate how Canada

IT departments are addicted to Windows 2000, says study

Despite the end of mainstream support for Windows 2000, the Microsoft Corp. operating system continues to have a strong following among corporations. So says AssetMetrix Inc., an Ottawa-based IT trend-tracking firm. Last month the company released a report describing Windows 2000

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