Digital identity is coming of age in Canada in 2020

You might remember the 1993 New Yorker cartoon, where a dog at a computer says to another, “On the Internet,...

May 13th, 2020 Cindy Baker

Balsillie, Trecroce, Padelford added to Digital Transformation Week lineup

Three more heavy hitters in the tech industry with extensive experience in digital transformation have joined the lineup for ITWC’s...

May 12th, 2020 Steve Proctor

Architecting IT in the cloud era

Recently I’ve been thinking about the relationships among emerging technologies, especially how the various ecosystems fit together. The list of...

October 2nd, 2016 Don Sheppard

Generalist versus specialist IT professionals

Zone to Win – a new book from Geoffrey Moore

A new management book by Geoffrey Moore was published Nov. 3.  It is called “Zone to Win – Organizing to Compete...

December 4th, 2015 Don Sheppard

The Shifting Technology Landscape:  Reshaping Career Opportunities

The Shifting Technology Landscape: Reshaping Career Opportunities

This survey of 148 IT decision-makers presents a clearer picture of how workers at all levels of IT are being...

October 21st, 2015 IT World Canada Team

Would Bill C-285 outlaw BlackBerry in Canada?

Would Bill C-285 outlaw BlackBerry in Canada?

A recently tabled bill requiring an interception capability for all technology sold by Canadian ISPs and wireless carriers passes would...

March 26th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Why the Cisco i-Prize is so powerful

Why the Cisco i-Prize is so powerful

BANGALORE -- The winners of a Cisco Systems Inc. global innovation contest have created a business plan for an IP...

October 14th, 2008 Dave Webb

How to root out network problems

How to root out network problems

HAVE YOU SPENT MILLIONS ON MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE AND STILL STRUGGLE TO QUICKLY DETERMINE THE ROOT CAUSE OF NETWORK PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS?...

May 31st, 2008 Denise Dubie

Nortel spends a bundle on WiMax

Nortel spends a bundle on WiMax

Nortel Networks is spending 10 times as much on mobile wireless WiMax technology research today as it did a year...

July 4th, 2007 Matt Hamblen