Orbitz greens it IT operations

Orbitz greens it IT operations

Orbitz, a Chicago travel Web site, has embraced environmentalism as a corporate strategy. Now Orbitz CIO Bahman Koohestani faces the...

December 9th, 2007 Carolyn Duffy Marsan

Motorola launches Toronto WiMAX trial

Motorola launches Toronto WiMAX trial

In June, WiMAX trials were announced for Hamilton, Ont., with Alcatel-Lucent providing the gear, Primus acting as the carrier, and...

October 3rd, 2007 Tim Wilson

Client need sparked Windows-Linux deal, says Novell CEO

Client need sparked Windows-Linux deal, says Novell CEO

The landmark technology collaboration agreement between Microsoft and Novell that was announced earlier this month took a controversial twist when...

November 28th, 2006 Don Tennant

Lost Packets: Networking news and trivia

Lost Packets: Networking news and trivia

IT professionals may be suffering from Chronic Geek SyndromeAre you suffering from insomnia, altered sleep patterns, headaches, back pain and...

July 6th, 2006 Network World Canada Staff

311: More than you think

311: More than you think

Canadian municipalities adopting 311 services to provide citizens with non-emergency information have found that they’ll be setting a new standard...

June 14th, 2005 Brian Eaton

Minority IT pros face glass ceiling

Minority IT pros face glass ceiling

Robert D. Blackwell Sr. has seen a lot of progress by African-American IT professionals since he first joined the industry...

February 27th, 2005 Thomas Hoffman

Fiorina steps down as HP CEO, chairman

Fiorina steps down as HP CEO, chairman

Carly Fiorina has resigned as chairman and chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Co., effective immediately, the company announced Wednesday. Fiorina,...

February 8th, 2005 Laura Rohde

Montreal money managers double their VoIP investment

Montreal money managers double their VoIP investment

What do you do when your robust video-over-IP network infrastructure isn’t getting enough of a workout carrying just video? You...

September 27th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Microsoft licensing driving users away

Microsoft licensing driving users away

In a recent informal poll conducted by InfoWorld U.S., 42 per cent of respondents said that even though they currently...

June 27th, 2002 Ed Scannell InfoWorld U.S. online