Vanessa Ho

Articles by Vanessa Ho

Dealing with the document deluge

If organizations want to keep on top of the data and documents they

Anti-spyware tech gets mobilized

A new offering from a Victoria-based anti-spyware firm could help companies deal with the growing problem of employees compromising corporate data through their use of portable memory sticks.

Cisco makes upgrades to CCNP program

To ensure its certification program stays in step with current technologies such as voice over IP (VoIP), Cisco Systems last month unveiled several major upgrades and enhancements to its Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification.

Dude, it

The D620 is a dual-core lightweight notebook at 4.4 pounds. While it looks small in size, it actually boasts a 14.1-inch-wide aspect screen. It features both a touchpad mouse and a trackball mouse. A new feature is the


Looking to address the challenge of managing remote access to the corporate network, Aventail has released the latest version of its SSL VPN platform, boasting new features to help IT managers secure a network

New funding for tech start-ups in Ontario

The Ontario government has announced plans for a four-year $46 million program that will help new companies develop cutting-edge technologies to fuel the economy and create jobs for Ontario families, according to provincial officials.

Strategy pays off for bookseller

For Indigo Books and Music, IT security is about aligning security strategies with corporate goals and objectives, and the bookseller has urged companies to follow this example.

Software helps companies manage the resum

With nearly 2,000 job applications coming into the company every week, Mosaic Canada was finding it difficult to maintain a consistent hiring process across the country and began looking for software that could help. In 2003, to help with its hiring issues, Mosaic turned to Taleo Corp., a developer of Web-based talent management software. While it

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