ISVs seek to prove corporate iPhone doubters wrong

ISVs seek to prove corporate iPhone doubters wrong

Also read and react to our blog post:"Rogue" iphones causing chaos on campus?Despite recent criticism from analysts that the iPhone...

July 18th, 2007 Rafael Ruffolo

Game on!

Game on!

When the editors of Network World, ComputerWorld, PCworld.ca and IT World Canada decided to cooperate on one subject, covering it...

April 10th, 2006 IT World Canada Staff

Enterprise enters the gaming world

Enterprise enters the gaming world

There was a time when many games had a keystroke, often Alt-B, known as “The Boss Key.” If a gamer...

April 10th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Gaming has some lessons for software developers

Gaming has some lessons for software developers

While the gaming industry is helping to fuel hardware advances that are benefiting the enterprise, a computer science professor at...

April 10th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

Nortel really a stranger?Just skimmed your editorial about Cisco moving into the carrier space and the curiosity of Nortel trying...

March 6th, 2003 Iain Grant

Mobile text messaging on the rise: CWTA

Mobile text messaging on the rise: CWTA

Canadians sent more than 20 million mobile-to-mobile text messages during the month of November alone, according to the Canadian Wireless...

January 2nd, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick

CWTA: Text messaging on the rise

CWTA: Text messaging on the rise

Canadians sent more than 20 million mobile-to-mobile text messages during the month of November alone, according to the Canadian Wireless...

December 4th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Corel plunges feet-first into Web services

Corel plunges feet-first into Web services

In an effort to re-focus its attention to the enterprise space and slightly away from the retail sector, Corel Corp....

May 2nd, 2002 Albert Leonardo

HP drives intersection of services

HP drives intersection of services

In the new world of mobile commerce, services are the most important element to customers - not the underlying technology...

May 3rd, 2001 Gail Balfour