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Big Blue aims supercomputing at enterprises

Though associated with academia, IBM hopes its integration of Windows Compute Cluster Server with its hardware will gain the interest of financial services, among other verticals

Siemens launches IT outsourcing and services group

Siemens AG has launched its Siemens IT Solutions and Services (SIS) division, three months after announcing plans to bundle all of its worldwide IT services and software activities.

HP, SAP team on collaborative research

The research organizations at Hewlett-Packard and SAP AG will work together to resolve IT issues faced by their joint customers, notably around virtualization.

Wanted: IT pros with people skills

Can you do a PowerPoint presentation that won

Teens target for creative recruitment

Erin Ruiz is a tech-savvy 17-year-old from Toronto who spends most of her spare time in front of a computer. But when asked whether she wants to make a career in Information Technology, the answer is,

Teens target for creative recruitment

Canadian universities and ICT industry associations are targeting students, trying to sway them into pursuing a computer science program, as part of a comprehensive drive to spur greater IT enrolment.

Retiring exec offers 39 years of advice

In his 39 years with Hewlett-Packard Canada, John Cross has seen the IT industry go through a lot of changes. Cross retired last month and offers some insights into the many changes he

There are no pure data problems

While I agree with Ken Karacsony's assessment that "Too Much ETL Signals Poor Data Management," I have a very different opinion on what's at the heart of the issue and what kind of solution it deserves, at least on the online transactional processing (OLTP) side of things.

Community computing coming, says Microsoft

Forget personal computing. A new world of "community computing" is knocking on the front door, offering unparalleled communication opportunities and challenges alike. That's how Jonathan Murray, Microsoft Corp.'s chief technology officer for the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region, envisions a new technological environment that will soon confront users, suppliers and governments alike.

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