YEAR IN REVIEW: March 2010

YEAR IN REVIEW: March 2010

Social networks sprang into action after Chile was devastated by an earthquake that killed hundreds and destroyed much of the country’s...

December 20th, 2010 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Wind Mobile marks first anniversary

Wind Mobile marks first anniversary

Decembers are chilly in Canada, but for Anthony Lacavera a year ago in Toronto it was decidedly hot. It was...

December 15th, 2010 Howard Solomon

Cisco’s ‘borderless network’ strategy explained

Cisco’s ‘borderless network’ strategy explained

Ross Fowler had to cross over from the U.S. to reach Toronto, but that’s one of the only borders he...

November 18th, 2010 Shane Schick

Security pros get social networking under control

Security pros get social networking under control

TORONTO – Senior Canadian IT executives say they are beginning to strike a healthy balance between allowing employees to use...

November 16th, 2010 Shane Schick

Salary Survey 2011: We shoot questions, you score

Salary Survey 2011: We shoot questions, you score

You may never make the kind of money that an NHL star player does, but you still might be able...

November 11th, 2010 Shane Schick

Innovation means risk, CIOs warned: ‘Get over it’

Innovation means risk, CIOs warned: ‘Get over it’

Chief information officers should be leading the charge to adopt innovative social media if their organizations aren’t leveraging the technology,...

November 8th, 2010 Howard Solomon

Fortinet tweaks mid-range FortiMail appliance

Fortinet tweaks mid-range FortiMail appliance

Fortinet Inc. has tweaked one of its messaging security appliances to make it more appealing to application service providers.The company...

November 8th, 2010 Howard Solomon

Are you choking innovation?

Are you choking innovation?

The recent CIO Exchange highlighted the transition of "1,000,000 acts of innovation" from an idea formed in a few CIO...

November 2nd, 2010 george gorsline

Google ‘carelessly’ broke Canadian law: Commissioner

Google ‘carelessly’ broke Canadian law: Commissioner

A careless engineer and failure to follow procedure are to blame for private e-mails being read by Google Street View...

October 20th, 2010 Brian Jackson