IT governance

IT governance

There’s little doubt that today’s IT leaders recognize the need for enhanced security and control. After all, virtually every day...

October 17th, 2005 Paul Zonneveld

Disposing of those computers

Disposing of those computers

The hardest thing to do with a computer isn't buying it or setting it up or using it or fixing...

October 16th, 2005 Scott Berinato

Startup seeks to keep net clients clean

Startup seeks to keep net clients clean

New software to control the peripheral and network interfaces of client devices on corporate networks is undergoing beta test. The...

August 4th, 2005 John Cox

HP

HP

The AMD Opteron x86_64 platform was first available only from smaller server vendors, but now Opteron-based boxes are available from...

July 7th, 2005 Paul Venezia

GHY trims its infrastructure down to two servers

GHY trims its infrastructure down to two servers

There comes a time when just keeping things running is not enough. That is what Winnipeg-based George Henry Young International’s...

May 26th, 2005 Tom Venetis

CEBIT : Vendors store all things great and small

CEBIT : Vendors store all things great and small

Storage products announced at the Cebit trade show in Germany, last week spanned the range from a Cisco Systems Inc....

March 17th, 2005 Peter Sayer

Samsung develops Windows-based HDD cell phone

Samsung develops Windows-based HDD cell phone

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has developed a cell phone that runs on Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Mobile operating system and includes...

March 9th, 2005 Martyn Williams

Users look to ease SAN adoption

Users look to ease SAN adoption

The installation and configuration of storage-area network technology has gotten simpler as companies such as Dell Inc. and QLogic Corp....

October 21st, 2004 Deni Connor

The inside job

The inside job

As an ex-RCMP officer, Rene Hamel tries to uphold the tradition of always getting his man. But there was one...

July 8th, 2004 Chris Conrath