Alberta prosecutor to fight high-tech crime

Alberta prosecutor to fight high-tech crime

Steven Bilodeau has become Canada's first full-time Crown prosecutor committed to criminal cases involving technology. Bilodeau, a former member of...

February 26th, 2003 IT World Canada Staff

I wanna be a digital cowboy

I wanna be a digital cowboy

Funny how round numbers and periods of introspection seem to arrive together. I turned 40 a couple of weeks back,...

May 2nd, 2002 Ken Hanley

Does everyone need permission?

Does everyone need permission?

With regard to Stefan Dubowski's article on the misuse of the term "Engineer" ("Engineer name battle rages," March 8, page...

April 4th, 2002 No Author

IT turning science inside out

IT turning science inside out

"Take them to the CAVE," intones a voice from the back of the rather ordinary-looking elevator crammed with journalists. The...

March 21st, 2002 Gail Balfour

Age is an asset, say greying workers

Age is an asset, say greying workers

Some experienced high-tech workers say age discrimination is not prohibiting them from functioning effectively within their organizations. But others tell...

October 31st, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Regulating body is alive and well

Regulating body is alive and well

As President of the CIPS Alberta (Canadian Information Processing Society of Alberta), I would like to respond to Mr. Robert...

July 12th, 2001 No Author

TELUS offers new screening, routing monitoring services

TELUS offers new screening, routing monitoring services

Burnaby, B.C.-based Telus has launched a series of new customized services for businesses in British Columbia and Alberta to better...

August 24th, 2000 Cindy Steinman