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Groom yourself to become the company’s next CIO

If you can't explain the order-to-cash process in your organization, there's a problem to be solved. The co-author of a new book educates senior IT managers on key business concepts

PCL hammers out a software solution

PCL Constructors has built everything from hospitals to airport terminals, but one project the construction company tried to build for years and just couldn

Microsoft releases Windows Automotive 5.0

Microsoft Corp. Tuesday unveiled a new version of its Windows platform for building applications for the automotive industry. At the Microsoft Windows Automotive Conference 2005 in Yokohama, Japan, the vendor released Windows Automotive 5.0, which is based on Microsoft's embedded Windows CE 5.0 operating system, according to the company.

Technology pros gaining ever-larger voice in buying

IT managers have still got it. The "it" is a large hand in influencing IT purchasing decisions by Canadian business.

B.C. prepares data for 2010 Olympics

It was a search for one version of the truth that compelled Tourism British Columbia to tap into a Web services-enabled solution in a bid to link its 18,000 tourism operators and tourism marketing districts.

information gets a new lease on life

Information Lifecycle Management holds the promise of changing the way information is managed, making the process more simplified and automated. Here's how the future of storage is shaping up.

Privacy clock strikes midnight

As of Jan. 1, all Canadian companies will have to abide by the rules and regulations set forth by Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronics Document Act (PIPEDA). Yet by all accounts, thousands of companies are still far from ready, and further still from understanding the implications of the Act.

Getting the most from a service-level agreement

Working with an ASP can be a risky proposition, especially for established companies that entrust the care and management of core business applications to small or emerging companies. How can you ensure an ASP will perform well, respond quickly to problems or perform regular maintenance checks?

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