IT problems, computer flaws, glitches

Ontario’s new computer system ‘a total mess’: Union

A computer glitch that resulted in the overpayment of up to $20 million in government cheques to welfare and disability...

December 1st, 2014 Nestor E. Arellano

From cybermischief to cybercrime

From cybermischief to cybercrime

In the good old days – like June 2002 – IT security professionals were worried about vandalism. OCIPEP, the federal...

December 6th, 2005 Richard Bray

Studies reveal positive security trends

Studies reveal positive security trends

Depending on whom you ask, attacks on systems and companies are either increasing, or companies are starting to do a...

December 13th, 2004 Tom Veneits

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Collectively as an industry, we've allowed those people who manage and work with computer systems to create the largest excuse...

August 8th, 2003 Robert Ford

New Zealand antihacking law niggles set in

New Zealand antihacking law niggles set in

By Stephen BellComputerworld New Zealand (Online)Now it's been made law, the New Zealnd government's so-called antihacking legislation is being picked...

July 14th, 2003 No Author

Strategies for preventing lights out

Strategies for preventing lights out

Michael Smith was 12 years in IT in insurance prior to joining Ernst & Young LLP, four years ago where...

March 31st, 2003 Susan Maclean

Users slow to upgrade Windows versions

Users slow to upgrade Windows versions

Many corporate users of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems aren't keeping up with the steady cycle of version releases and...

January 3rd, 2002 Matt Berger

Users slow to upgrade Windows versions

Users slow to upgrade Windows versions

Many corporate users of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems aren't keeping up with the steady cycle of version releases and...

January 2nd, 2002 Matt Berger

Call to Action on Computer Crime

Call to Action on Computer Crime

The federal government should make it illegal to create and distribute computer virus programs, says the Information Technology Association of...

October 24th, 2000 CIO Canada Staff