Engineering the route to e-success

Engineering the route to e-success

If every company had a CEO as organized as Frank Baldeserra, creating an e-business infrastructure would probably be a breeze.Baldeserra,...

May 31st, 2001 Carly Suppa

Plugging into the old boys

Plugging into the old boys

The statistics are grim.In 1999, women represented 47 per cent of the total workforce, but only 29 per cent of...

May 31st, 2001 Kristy Pryma

IBM Canada to help engineers

IBM Canada to help engineers

IBM Canada Ltd. and ENGINEERING.com, developer and owner of the ENGINEERING.com business and Internet-based software, announced Wednesday they have reached...

May 3rd, 2001 IT World Canada Staff

IT not attractive to teenage girls

IT not attractive to teenage girls

There are many theories about why more women are not enrolling in IT courses in Canada, but the simplest answer...

November 30th, 2000 Victoria Berry

Mission Possible

Mission Possible

When a new network server at Canada's embassy in Cuba malfunctioned last year and our man in Havana couldn't solve...

October 24th, 2000 Tony Martell

IETF moves ahead on IPv6

IETF moves ahead on IPv6

In its battle to get IPv6 widely deployed, the Internet engineering community is pursuing an infiltration strategy reminiscent of the...

December 16th, 1999 Carolyn Duffy Marsan

NBTel Networks offers management services

NBTel Networks offers management services

Cisco Systems Canada Co.'s customers nation-wide will now be able to receive network management services through newly formed NBTel Networks,...

December 2nd, 1999 Cindy Steinman

On-line career network goes Canadian

On-line career network goes Canadian

With the search for skilled IT professionals becoming more of a challenge, some Canadian organizations are now turning to the...

March 25th, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell

Canadian XML pioneer ready for lift-off

Canadian XML pioneer ready for lift-off

Though he's never been to space, Robert Drassinower says he's beginning to feel like one of those early U.S. test...

March 11th, 1999 Michael MacMillan