Leadership Archives - Page 279

National address database pinpoints properties

National address database pinpoints properties

The 2006 Australian national census will be among the many beneficiaries of a new government database that helps translate addresses...

March 9th, 2004 Steven Deare
SMIC: US courts have no jurisdiction over TSMC claims

SMIC: US courts have no jurisdiction over TSMC claims

Chinese contract chip maker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) hopes to bring a swift end to allegations of trade-secret misappropriation...

March 9th, 2004 Sumner Lemon
CATA calls on feds to eliminate capital taxes

CATA calls on feds to eliminate capital taxes

The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) this week beseeched the federal government to eliminate capital taxes, citing the negative effects...

March 8th, 2004 Carly Suppa
IBM exec sees open source future

IBM exec sees open source future

Open source software needs to be more widely used if the next wave of technology is to fully take off,...

March 8th, 2004 Gillian Law
Dell to support EMC’s VMware software

Dell to support EMC’s VMware software

Dell Inc. on Monday announced plans to expand its partnership with storage vendor EMC Corp. by supporting EMC subsidiary VMware...

March 7th, 2004 Robert McMillan
Bring corporate printing costs back under control: experts

Bring corporate printing costs back under control: experts

Often viewed as an unavoidable cost of doing business, and with little overall corporate strategy dictating its use, printing is...

March 4th, 2004 Chris Conrath
It happened in March

It happened in March

1999 - It was reported that Intel's Pentium III had made its debut, Toronto-based Hummingbird announced it was buying another...

March 4th, 2004 ComputerWorld Canada staff
US gov’t voices opposition to China’s WLAN standard

US gov’t voices opposition to China’s WLAN standard

Three senior U.S. government officials this week weighed in on the controversy surrounding China's implementation of a national standard for...

March 4th, 2004 Sumner Lemon
Abebooks finds clusters affordable, scalable

Abebooks finds clusters affordable, scalable

After exponential growth in its rare book business, the Advanced Book Exchange Inc. (Abebooks) desperately needed an advanced IT system....

March 4th, 2004 Rebecca Reid
Wi-Fi-to-WAN roaming will now come at a price

Wi-Fi-to-WAN roaming will now come at a price

Calypso Wireless Inc. announced on Wednesday that it has begun contacting all major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) serving the wireless...

March 3rd, 2004 Lindsay Bruce