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Online fraud concerns rise as holidays near

The upcoming holiday shopping season promises to be a busy one not just for Internet retailers, but for opportunistic online fraudsters and identity thieves as well.

Lucent bundles, brands convergence gear

Lucent Technologies Inc. this week bundled its voice-over-IP products and services under a common brand umbrella and said Qwest Communications International Inc. plans to deploy the technology as the foundation for its VoIP services.

COMDEX – CDXPO : WLAN client vendors make news in Vegas

Wireless LAN (WLAN) infrastructure vendors are bypassing Comdex this year as many hold off on making announcements and putting on exhibitions until the Wi-Fi Planet show in early December.

IBM signs $92.5-million deal with ATB Financial

IBM Canada Ltd. signed a five-year, $92.5-million outsourcing agreement with one of western Canada

Cisco teams with antivirus vendors to build self-defending networks

Enterprise network threats are escalating in both speed and magnitude, and IT staff, no matter how good they may be, cannot respond quickly enough to today's attacks. That was the message from John Chambers, president and CEO of Cisco Systems Inc. as he outlined the company's latest strategy to combat network threats on Tuesday.

German IT users continue cutting costs to the bone

Times are tough for IT managers in Germany where an ailing economy has prompted numerous enterprises to slash costs for computer equipment and services. That was the unavoidable message at the two-day IT Meets Business conference, which opened Monday in Munich.

Report: Korea to build 100Mbps Internet system

South Korea plans to build a nationwide Internet access infrastructure capable of speeds between 50Mbps and 100Mbps by 2010, the online edition of the Chosun Ilbo daily newspaper reported Tuesday.

Cisco teams with antivirus vendors to build self-defending networks

Enterprise network threats are escalating in both speed and magnitude, and IT staff, no matter how good they may be, cannot respond quickly enough to today

41 business units, 9 CIOs, 1 standard

Like many companies today, Textron Inc. is undertaking a consolidation. And as with all such efforts, it is fraught with political risks and leadership challenges. But at Textron, a US$10.7 billion global enterprise with 41 business units under its roof, the difficulty of balancing the closer alignment of IT services systemwide with the disparate business needs is truly daunting.

Clustering: How Ontario took on customer service

Since 1998, the Ontario Public Service (OPS) has been driven by a new vision of government, meant to be customer-centred, focused on its core business, streamlined and integrated, and accountable for delivering results.

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