Current Technology enters the GPS game

Current Technology enters the GPS game

Vancouver-based Current Technology Corp. announced Thursday its intention to acquire and distribute GPS tracking technology. Current Technology entered into a...

December 5th, 2007 Rafael Ruffolo

IBM, Novell strengthen desktop, server ties

IBM, Novell strengthen desktop, server ties

IBM Corp. and Novell Inc. are beefing up their existing partnership on two fronts with Linux distributor Novell increasing support...

August 7th, 2007 China Martens

Distributors shifting gears

Distributors shifting gears

Distributors are evolving in response to a changing IT landscape, according to IDC Canada. “Distributors are facing a number of...

June 30th, 2007 No Author

Human element can make new IT a tough sell

Human element can make new IT a tough sell

A company's successful use of information technology often has little to do with the technology itself, an issue highlighted at...

August 9th, 2005 Dan McLean

Exact ramps up ERP strategy

Exact ramps up ERP strategy

After launching its Globe Enterprise software in Canada earlier this year, Netherlands-based Exact Software is ramping up its enterprise resource...

August 4th, 2005 Ryan B. Patrick

Sharing information at UAP

Sharing information at UAP

How much does it cost to produce, send and mail materials that get distributed throughout your company and often just...

April 14th, 2005 Susan Maclean

HP partners see opportunity in Fiorina’s departure

HP partners see opportunity in Fiorina’s departure

With Carly Fiorina's ouster at Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP), some partners are hoping for a more channel friendly and customer-focused leader...

February 13th, 2005 Joris Evers

CentraTel restructures group companies

CentraTel restructures group companies

CentraTel, a multi-vendor telecommunications distributor in sub-Saharan Africa, has announced a restructuring of its group companies as of July 1....

July 13th, 2004 Computing SA staff

Taiwanese engineer arrested for writing Trojan horse

Taiwanese engineer arrested for writing Trojan horse

Taiwanese police arrested on Thursday a 30-year-old computer engineer surnamed Wang for allegedly writing a Trojan-horse program called Peep.exe that...

May 27th, 2004 Sumner Lemon