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The Government of Canada has to radically rethink its business processes - putting the citizen at the centre of its...

October 18th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes
MS ANTITRUST : Judge ponders effectiveness of MS remedies

MS ANTITRUST : Judge ponders effectiveness of MS remedies

The judge deciding whether Microsoft Corp. must comply with the European Commission's remedies for the company's antitrust violations questioned Friday...

October 5th, 2004 Simon Taylor
Which government? For what?

Which government? For what?

Think Jeeves. Or better yet – Ask Jeeves. It’s that kind of approach that lies behind eContact, an Internet based...

September 30th, 2004 ToFyfe
Poor argument a factor in Oracle victory

Poor argument a factor in Oracle victory

A flawed argument by The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) was ultimately responsible for a judge’s decision to allow Oracle...

September 30th, 2004 Rebecca Reid
Spam

Spam

A few years ago spam was a mild irritant. Today it’s become the cancer of the e-economy, according to Federal...

September 28th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes
Ontario government launches new supply chain organization

Ontario government launches new supply chain organization

The Ontario government is forming a new supply chain organization to streamline its IT procurement processes. Besides implementing best practices,...

September 28th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes
e-Health no longer a dispensable expenditure says Smitherman

e-Health no longer a dispensable expenditure says Smitherman

The Ontario government will champion the use of interactive, Web-based information technology to make healthcare services more pervasive and accessible....

September 26th, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes
Invest more in healthcare IT, Conference Board tells governments

Invest more in healthcare IT, Conference Board tells governments

Healthcare IT has the potential to radically transform physician productivity and patient care across Canada…but only if backed by more...

September 21st, 2004 Joaquim Menezes
Kerry’s plan on outsourcing faces mixed reviews

Kerry’s plan on outsourcing faces mixed reviews

One of the central themes in U.S. Senator John Kerry's presidential campaign is ending tax breaks for companies that send...

September 20th, 2004 Grant Gross
Pinning down the right digits

Pinning down the right digits

In a recent survey by chip and PIN, an initiative in the U.K. to get smart chips on credit and...

September 16th, 2004 ComputerWorld Canada staff