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IT Support For Remote Offices

IT Support For Remote Offices

It wasn't a typical week. But then again, nothing about managing IT services for a remote office ever runs like...

August 12th, 2001 Lee Copeland

As his taxi crawled through traffic in downtown Toronto, Ben Sapiro fired up his laptop and, cradling a small antenna...

August 3rd, 2001 Scott Gardner
Canadian CEOs see bright days ahead

Canadian CEOs see bright days ahead

American and Canadian business leaders often differ in the way they perceive the state of the economy - much more...

July 26th, 2001 Chris Conrath
VoIP still a tough call

VoIP still a tough call

Network convergence has been a long-sought IT Holy Grail. Its attractions include bridging manageability gaps and reducing IT expenditures for...

July 12th, 2001 James R. Borck
Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day

For that mother-of-all honorifics - father of the Internet - most sources name Vinton Cerf, now senior vice-president for Inter-net...

June 30th, 2001 Steven Gnagni
U.S. appeals court rejects Microsoft breakup

U.S. appeals court rejects Microsoft breakup

A federal appeals court delivered a ruling Thursday in the landmark antitrust case between Microsoft Corp. and the U.S. government,...

June 29th, 2001 Matt Berger
JavaOne declares Java is the one

JavaOne declares Java is the one

Developer conferences tend to be part party, part geek fest - albeit increasingly cool geek fests - as developers burn...

June 28th, 2001 Chris Conrath
Reliability of Net focus of GIP forum

Reliability of Net focus of GIP forum

Technology executives involved in the Global Internet Project (GIP) met in Northern Virginia for a two-day forum this week to...

May 24th, 2001 Margret Johnston
Andreessen: Bet on telecom standards, not vendors

Andreessen: Bet on telecom standards, not vendors

Telecommunications companies can better serve their customers and their own business interests by giving up the outdated concept of vertical...

May 22nd, 2001 James Cope
The changing face of P2P computing

The changing face of P2P computing

Even the purists can't seem to agree on the state of peer-to-peer computing. Is it dead, dying, just starting out,...

May 3rd, 2001 Chris Conrath