Why Parliament needs a Second Life

Why Parliament needs a Second Life

Last October, the popular television series, CSI NY, broke new ground, virtually, by embracing the increasingly popular online universe, Second...

December 3rd, 2007 Jeffrey Roy

Research in Motion settles suit for US$612 million

Research in Motion settles suit for US$612 million

Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) and NTP Inc. have settled their long-standing legal battle, with RIM paying NTP US$612.5 million...

March 5th, 2006 Stephen Lawson

Replacing Blackberry to cost US$845 a worker, study says

Replacing Blackberry to cost US$845 a worker, study says

Replacing wireless e-mail such as Research In Motion Ltd.’s BlackBerry service for 1,000 workers would cost US$845,000, or $845 per...

January 18th, 2006 Robert McMillan

CRM and complaince – making the connection

CRM and complaince – making the connection

Customer relationship management (CRM) means many things to many people. From a technology standpoint it often refers to the integrated...

September 4th, 2005 Joaquim P. Menezes

Region sticks with Novell to combat spam

Region sticks with Novell to combat spam

When the Region of Durham, just east of Toronto, was faced with a consolidation project that would bring together 1,500...

November 14th, 2004 Michael Martin

Telus inks deal, intros new BlackBerries

Telus inks deal, intros new BlackBerries

Users of Telus Mobility’s Mike service will soon be able to carry on walkie-talkie transmissions south of the border as...

May 5th, 2004 Carly Suppa

Palm, RIM plan Blackberry integration

Palm, RIM plan Blackberry integration

Looking to improve their connectivity options in the wireless marketplace, PalmSource Inc. and Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) will jointly...

December 18th, 2003 David Legard

Infoglut poses health risks: report

Infoglut poses health risks: report

Canadian workers are enslaved by e-mail and suffering physical and mental disorders because of it, a Canadian report concludes.The stockpiling...

March 11th, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell

Too much of a good thing

Too much of a good thing

Canadian workers are enslaved by e-mail and suffering physical and mental disorders because of it, a Canadian report concludes.The stockpiling...

February 25th, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell