Flexibility underpins move to e-commerce

Flexibility underpins move to e-commerce

Driving e-commerceadoption and loyalty among mid-to-large corporations dealing in multi-million dollar procurements requires flexibility. This was the approach Toronto-based Grand...

December 31st, 2002 Blair McQuillan
Demand for technology ramps up

Demand for technology ramps up

IT budgetscontinue to have a rough go of it, although demand for technology is beginning to pick up, according to...

December 31st, 2002 Jennifer Mears and Denise Dubie
CIO Canada announces ITX Awards Winners  (June 4, 2003)

CIO Canada announces ITX Awards Winners (June 4, 2003)

CIO Canada announces ITX Awards Winners (June 4, 2003)Canadian IT spending to reach C$35 billion in 2003With over C$5 billion...

December 31st, 2002 No Author
CIO Canada and Universities Share IT Business Innovation with MBA Programs (May 28, 2003)

CIO Canada and Universities Share IT Business Innovation with MBA Programs (May 28, 2003)

CIO Canada and Universities Share IT Business Innovation with MBA Programs (May 28, 2003) ITX University Partnership Brings Case Studies...

December 31st, 2002 No Author
Building CRM Projects to Last

Building CRM Projects to Last

What's really going on with Customer Relationship Management?...

December 31st, 2002 Phil King
Branding helps retain IT workers

Branding helps retain IT workers

With current studies indicatingthat there will be new opportunities in the IT sector, it is time for companies to start...

December 31st, 2002 Blair McQuillan
From the Editor-in-chief

From the Editor-in-chief

CRM:a four-letter word?...

December 31st, 2002 John Pickett
Career Watch

Career Watch

Debbie O'Bray has been named Chair, Project Management Institute (PMI) for 2003. Based in Winnipeg, she is a founder and...

December 31st, 2002 No Author
NTT, others start distributed computing test in Japan

NTT, others start distributed computing test in Japan

NTT Data Corp. launched a distributed computing trial in cooperation with IBM Corp., Intel Corp., Microsoft Corp. and Nippon Telegraph...

December 31st, 2002 Kuriko Miyake