Tom Venetis

Articles by Tom Venetis

UHN, HP discover harmony

Outsourcing relationships often begin as small engagements that gradually grow into strategic parternships. A perfect example of this model is the teaming of Hewlett Packard (Canada) Co. with the Toronto-based University Health Network.

Health group unifies messages

A B.C.-based health organization has started on a path to unify its messaging and voice in the wake of its earlier amalgamations.

Bell looks to bring remote tracking to masses

Bell Mobility Inc. is looking to make remote tracking more widely available to smaller and mid-sized Canadian businesses with the launch of GoTrax.

department manager, Bank of Montreal

IBM is rolling out its first set of software tools and services aimed at standardizing and streamlining the way enterprises design and integrate IT processes.

Once fierce debates on SSL, IPSec long over

The debate between the merits of single socket layer (SSL) versus IPSec (Internet Protocol Security) for virtual private networks (VPNs) raged fiercely in the early days of the Internet. Each side argued the technical points with the same obsession as car enthusiasts tousling over the benefits of different brands of auto parts and manufacturers.

EMC is going virtual

EMC Corp. opened the door to storage virtualization with the an

senior analyst, IDC Canada

With the wake of the tech bubble burst starting to pass, companies are beginning to look for more flexible outsourcing and managed services as firms move away from mere cost cutting to long-term growth.

author, Electronic Evidence

E-mail records have played an important role in many of the corporate governance scandals of recent years, from the collapse of Enron to the earlier government investigations surrounding Microsoft. In the wake of such corporate governance issues, the U.S. has a host of new and existing regulations

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