ComputerWorld Canada

ComputerWorld Canada

2002 was certainly an interesting year in IT. Security finally became a reoccurring theme, WorldCom imploded, .Net started to take...

December 23rd, 2002 ComputerWorld Canada staff
Telecom 2003: a look ahead

Telecom 2003: a look ahead

For most of the IT industry, the end of 2002 will be the close of year that can be called...

December 22nd, 2002 Albert Leonardo
Storage in the spotlight

Storage in the spotlight

With enterprises facing new challenges, storage product vendors say they are being forced to minimize complexity and adapt to the...

December 22nd, 2002 Kristy Pryma
Analysts: Software market will stay steady

Analysts: Software market will stay steady

There will continue to be guarded optimism surrounding the enterprise software market in 2003, according to analysts.In the coming year,...

December 22nd, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick
2002: The year in quotes

2002: The year in quotes

In a year awash with scandal and a steady stream of layoffs as the economy continued to stagger, we could...

December 22nd, 2002 Nancy Weil
Outlook mixed on IT spending for this year

Outlook mixed on IT spending for this year

IT spending is an uncertain area, and as experts look ahead into the new year, they are finding little clarity.Several...

December 22nd, 2002 Victoria Berry
The shifting role of storage networks

The shifting role of storage networks

Storage networking remains one of the key elements that enterprises will deploy in the next several years in support of...

December 19th, 2002 Jamie Gruener
Sony’s S-AIT tape gets jump on competitors

Sony’s S-AIT tape gets jump on competitors

Sony Corp. this week announced the first tape drive and cartridge that breaks the 1TB capacity barrier. The Super Advanced...

December 19th, 2002 Lucas Mearian
SOAP 1.2 spec takes next step

SOAP 1.2 spec takes next step

An upcoming version of the Web services specification SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) has moved a step closer to finalization...

December 19th, 2002 Paul Krill