Microsoft more open about Longhorn features

Microsoft more open about Longhorn features

As Microsoft Corp. approaches a major milestone in the development of Longhorn, company executives are talking more about the features...

April 17th, 2005 Joris Evers

TorStar delivery goes wireless

TorStar delivery goes wireless

The Toronto Star Media Group installed a wireless mobile delivery system to eliminate paper forms that drivers previously used to...

February 17th, 2005 Tom Venetis

GPRS enables cheaper fleet tracking

GPRS enables cheaper fleet tracking

Before General Packet Radio system (GPRS) came along, deploying a comprehensive fleet management system would have been too expensive for...

December 31st, 2004 Rebecca Reid

Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wireless Ethernet could become a standard feature of smart phones in the next two years if Bluetooth specialist CSR PLC...

November 10th, 2004 Bryan Betts

Condensing server printer drivers

Condensing server printer drivers

When employees from around the globe access Open Text Corp.’s financial application sitting on a centralized Citrix Systems Inc. server,...

September 16th, 2004 Chris Conrath

Taxi service grows with wireless apps

Taxi service grows with wireless apps

An Ottawa-based taxi service has installed a new communication platform that brings the company one step closer to national expansion,...

August 11th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski

Dividing technology into good and evil

Dividing technology into good and evil

Insight of the week: spending a few days without the technology I’m used to makes me think that spending a...

July 22nd, 2004 Ken Hanley

The times they are a changin’

The times they are a changin’

Steve Norris, manager of information systems for the City of Niagara Falls, didn’t consider change management when deciding to implement...

June 24th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce

Getting your back up over backing up

Getting your back up over backing up

The reason no one does data backups is because it's ghastly. Normally I don't like to reveal my ineptitude, but...

February 19th, 2004 Robert Ford