Product hits

Product hits

Sign on the pixilated line Interlink Electronics of Camarillo, Calif. has released the ePad XL interactive signature terminal. Designed for...

December 8th, 2005 ComputerWorld Canada staff

NetSuite expands e-commerce tools for SMBs

NetSuite expands e-commerce tools for SMBs

NetSuite Inc. has announced expanded functionalities for the e-commerce engine of its hosted business management suite, including new payment options,...

November 24th, 2005 Jeff Jedras

Sharp rise in proprietary information theft: cybercrime survey

Sharp rise in proprietary information theft: cybercrime survey

A recent survey of the "cybercrime" situation offers some good news and bad news. However, overall trends remain relatively unchanged...

August 22nd, 2005 Rosie Lombardi

CA

CA

Computer Associates International Inc. this month formally announced a re-organization of its product operations into five business units with their...

April 28th, 2005 Matt Hamblen

R&D spending in decline

R&D spending in decline

Corporate spending on R&D in Canada declined for the second year in a row, according to Research Infosource Inc, which...

November 30th, 2004 No Author

Distributor installs mobile accounting

Distributor installs mobile accounting

Rick O’Donnell, owner of Noble House, a direct-store distribution firm serving convenience and grocery stores, says one of his drivers...

September 30th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Nortel unveils grisly details of cost reductions

Nortel unveils grisly details of cost reductions

Nearly 1,000 Canadian Nortel Networks employees will lose their jobs in the near future, according to the communication equipment maker’s...

September 29th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Fierheller blazed a trail for Canadian IT

Fierheller blazed a trail for Canadian IT

You can chalk up George A. Fierheller’s contributions to the Canadian IT and telecommunications industry to an uncanny knack for...

July 8th, 2004 Ryan B. Patrick

Carlyle Group, Kyocera to buy Japanese wireless carrier

Carlyle Group, Kyocera to buy Japanese wireless carrier

American investment company The Carlyle Group and Japan's Kyocera Corp. have struck a deal to take control of DDI Pocket...

June 22nd, 2004 Martyn Williams