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Ask first before it

Ask first before it

It's amazing to me how much activity (too much of it panicked, unfocussed scrambling) can result from the simple, off-the-cuff...

May 6th, 1999 Ken Hanley
Moving sky networks closer

Moving sky networks closer

New technology in the form of medium earth-orbit (MEO) and low earth-orbit (LEO) satellites is opening doors for companies such...

May 6th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman
BorderWare 6.0: friendlier and faster

BorderWare 6.0: friendlier and faster

Mississauga, Ont.-based BorderWare Technologies Inc. has spruced up its flagship product, BorderWare Firewall Server, by improving its performance, adding a...

May 6th, 1999 Michael Martin
Personal Y2K preparations

Personal Y2K preparations

Like many people in IT with legacy systems experience, the Y2K problem has claimed my professional attention. One consequence is...

May 6th, 1999 Robert Fabian
Cellular data market will surge: report

Cellular data market will surge: report

The value of the worldwide cellular data market, which currently makes up less than five per cent of network use,...

May 6th, 1999 Douglas F. Gray
Project management needs top-down support

Project management needs top-down support

A successful future for project managers necessitates one important skill: risk management.Without taking risks there is little chance for success...

May 6th, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell
Certification program validates SAS users

Certification program validates SAS users

SAS programmers worldwide can now earn industry-recognized credentials signifying their knowledge of the software, thanks to a new global certification...

May 6th, 1999 Gail Balfour
Seeking e-comm? Look to the legacy: Meta

Seeking e-comm? Look to the legacy: Meta

As the year 2000 spending freeze comes to an end and CIOs help draw up budgets for long-delayed projects, there's...

May 6th, 1999 Michael MacMillan
Database RAID yields better data transfer

Database RAID yields better data transfer

Organizations need hardware that can handle the kind of data database applications spit out, according to Cutting Edge Bridgette Inc.,...

May 6th, 1999 Michael MacMillan
The new attitude of outsourcing

The new attitude of outsourcing

Outsourcing isn't just about downsizing anymore. In fact, it may be the best way for some companies to keep growing...

May 6th, 1999 Gail Balfour