Nortel forges ahead with WiMax, new alliances

Nortel forges ahead with WiMax, new alliances

In recent weeks Nortel has made a couple of splashy announcements that suggest the company is regaining some traction. The...

July 5th, 2007 Tim Wilson

Telco execs give warning

Telco execs give warning

John MacDonald, now president of enterprise solutions for MTS Allstream, recalls walking into a customer’s office (when he worked for...

June 19th, 2007 Dave Webb

How to be a vertical leader

How to be a vertical leader

Leadership is said to be a lonely job; the CIO job particularly so. CIOs often sound like Adlai Stevenson when...

January 10th, 2006 Susan Cramm

Microsoft to roll virus, spyware protection into one

Microsoft to roll virus, spyware protection into one

Microsoft Corp.'s much anticipated entry into the antivirus market is set to take a step forward Thursday with the unveiling...

October 6th, 2005 Robert McMillan

Telecom NZ gets some broadband competition

Telecom NZ gets some broadband competition

Vector Ltd. has finally shown its hand in the broadband business market with an aggressive offering designed to steal customers...

April 25th, 2005 Paul Brislen

Zurich Financial outsources application development to CSC

Zurich Financial outsources application development to CSC

Zurich Financial Services, one of the world’s largest insurers, has signed a US$1.3 billion, seven-year outsourcing agreement with Computer Sciences...

August 31st, 2004 Lucas Mearian

New EU regulations enforce tax on digital services

New EU regulations enforce tax on digital services

The European Union (E.U.) is preparing to strike another blow against the still-recovering Internet economy.A new regulation comes into effect...

June 16th, 2003 Jonny Evans

Dell offers business open-air PCs, without Windows

Dell offers business open-air PCs, without Windows

Dell Computer Corp. is selling business PCs that do not come with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating system to some business...

August 14th, 2002 Tom Krazit

BT plans wireless comeback in UK

BT plans wireless comeback in UK

BT Group PLC (BT), the U.K.'s biggest phone company, is planning to launch a Mobility Services portfolio of mobile products...

April 10th, 2002 Joris Evers