Selling South

A bigger investment in U.S. government security means Canadian technology companies that normally supply the Canadian government should consider looking south for new business.

Be clear on B2B, CRM: analysts

Despite current market conditions, the future for business to business and customer relationship management software is bright

Workplace Web snooping on the rise

Although Canadian companies appear to be monitoring the e-mail and Internet use of their employees at an increasing rate, there is not yet any privacy legislation in place that requires employees to be notified, according to a senior official from Ontario

Customer relationship mismanagement?

The good news is Canadian companies are quick out of the gate with customer relationship management (CRM) strategies, in part because we tend to build the technology infrastructure first, says Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. The bad news is, once IT finishes the back end, corporate doesn't know what to do with it.

Survey finds companies unaware of internal threats

Executives from some of the world's largest companies, including Canadian companies, may be unaware or misinformed about where the real vulnerabilities lie in their network systems, reveals a global e-fraud survey released Thursday by KPMG LLP.

Canada closing e-business gap with United States

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The government could give Canadian start-ups a push

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