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U.S. pressure builds for IPv6 migration

The pressure is on south of the border: The mandated deadline for core network transition for U.S. government agencies to IPv6 is June 2008.

Telepresence makes its mark

Technologies that aim to bring people together in a virtual way are becoming an option for some enterprises.

Apps to rev server market engine

If hardware is becoming a commodity, then it

Survey says: Three-horse server race

We asked our readers about their IT infrastructure purchase plans, and while the choice of vendors was clear, conventional wisdom about the power of SOA, outsourcing and AMD was thrown out the window

Law firm lays down a disaster recovery plan

Goodman and Carr LLP, a full-service business law firm in Toronto with 325 employees, is not unlike many businesses today: It needs uninterrupted site availability and uptime for its e-mail and document management systems.

When disaster strikes

Canadian companies know that an IT disaster is not an isolated event

Canuck firms taking long-term view of IP

A global survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) for AT&T recently concluded that 48 per cent of companies surveyed worldwide have implemented IP convergence, compared to 37 per cent in Canada.

Converging on Canada, Whirlpool

A global survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EUI) for AT&T recently concluded that 48 per cent of companies surveyed worldwide have implemented IP convergence, compared to 37 per cent in Canada. There was a silver lining, however: Canadian businesses were found to be more inclined than other countries

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