The Business Software Alliance reached a settlement with 12 Canadian companies for using unlicensed copies of software. The Software & Industry Information Association (SIIA) said the tough economy is no excuse
Action on Ottawa's long-awaited legislation is expected to begin shortly by the Industry committee. A group representing ISPs, a Liberal critic and a lawyer for Bell Canada suggest only small changes are needed, indicating it could be law by the end of the year.
When next-generation employees come into the enterprise, they have their own ideas about which usage policies should be obeyed. Harris/Decima explains how senior technology professionals can combat the insurgency. Part two of five
More than a year after the federal government first proposed legislation allowing law enforcement to monitor mobile phones, e-mail, SMS and voicemail messages without a warrant, the amendments have finally reached the Senate with fiery debate expected to follow its introduction into the Upper House of parliament.