Starbucks to pour unlimited free Wi-Fi here

Starbucks to pour unlimited free Wi-Fi here

Free Wi-Fi hasn’t caught on among Canadian bar and restaurant owners the way it has in the U.S. But it...

June 15th, 2010 howard solomon and brennon slattery

Lac Carling 2010 salutes ServiceOntario CEO

Lac Carling 2010 salutes ServiceOntario CEO

NIAGARA – Canadian public sector IT professionals on Sunday honoured a colleague who helped one of the largest provinces usher...

June 13th, 2010 Shane Schick

What A CIO Should Know: WSJ explores CIO woes

What A CIO Should Know: WSJ explores CIO woes

The Wall Street Journal last month published an article called "Why CIOs are last among equals" by Peter S. Delisi,...

June 4th, 2010 Shane Schick

Kudos for anti-spam bill, concern over PIPEDA changes

Kudos for anti-spam bill, concern over PIPEDA changes

Experts aredisappointed with the federal government’s proposed changes to the privacy law,with one saying they don’t offer enough protection for...

May 28th, 2010 jennifer kavur and howard solomon

Catching up with Government 2.0 at Mesh

Catching up with Government 2.0 at Mesh

At therecent Mesh Conference in Toronto, a four-member panel discussion moderated byopen government activist/negotiator David Eaves provided the latest updates...

May 21st, 2010 Jennifer Kavur

ISPs await new version of copyright act

ISPs await new version of copyright act

Internet service providers are watching Ottawa carefully after a report that the government is about to re-introduce copyright legislation virtually...

May 19th, 2010 Howard Solomon

Carriers shouldn’t rush to LTE, says Telus CEO

Carriers shouldn’t rush to LTE, says Telus CEO

Telus Corp. won’t be rushed into upgrading its wireless network to the next generation LTE technology until it has got...

May 5th, 2010 Howard Solomon

Canadian execs cite data overload: SAS Canada

Canadian execs cite data overload: SAS Canada

About half of all senior Canadian business leaders are overwhelmed and underutilizing their analytical data, according to a new SAS...

May 3rd, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo