Amazon counter sues IBM, claims ‘illegal use’ of its technology

Amazon counter sues IBM, claims ‘illegal use’ of its technology

In a strongly worded rebuttal, Amazon.com Inc. on Thursday countersued IBM Corp. The companies have charged each other with patent...

December 17th, 2006 Nancy Gohring
Part 2 of Spotlight on Paul Hession of PWGSC

Part 2 of Spotlight on Paul Hession of PWGSC

InterGovWorld.com's Spotlight series profiles Executives, decision-makers and their initiatives across all levels of Canadian government.(PWGSC Photo / Mario Baril) In...

December 17th, 2006 Lisa Williams
Ho, ho, no!

Ho, ho, no!

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEFor the love of St. Nicholas, do not let anyone hang holiday decorations willy-nilly about the workplace...

December 16th, 2006 Paul McNamara
Truth in speeds – broadband access

Truth in speeds – broadband access

Graeme Samuel, chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recently took Australian broadband ISPs to task over their failure...

December 14th, 2006 Scott Bradner
The great afterthought: your broadband router

The great afterthought: your broadband router

We all know the saying about the weakest link and recognize its inherent truth. In the great chain of technology...

December 14th, 2006 Kevin Tolly
Skype to start billing Canadian users for calls

Skype to start billing Canadian users for calls

Internet phone service provider Skype Ltd. plans to start charging U.S. and Canadian users US$29.95 per year for unlimited calls...

December 14th, 2006 Dan Nystedt
Ski resort cruises comfortably with asset management

Ski resort cruises comfortably with asset management

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEUse of software asset management tools has helped a Quebec-based ski resort to dramatically increase its operational...

December 14th, 2006
Qantas site hits turbulence, firewall to blame

Qantas site hits turbulence, firewall to blame

Qantas may be flying high following its proposed A$11 billion (US$8.6 billion) takeover by Macquarie Bank Ltd. and Texas Pacific...

December 14th, 2006 Howard Dahdah
New licensing portal required to combat piracy, says Symantec CIO

New licensing portal required to combat piracy, says Symantec CIO

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLESymantec launched a new online software licensing program on Nov. 6, about the same time it unveiled...

December 14th, 2006 Lucas Mearian