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Ottawa unveils $430 million supercomputer for weather forecasts

The new supercomputer is billed as the government's fastest and will help with more accurate weather forecasts relied upon for critical functions.

CIOs need to be ready for digital transformation in 2016, says IDC

Digital transformation is not a one-off task, but a continuum of actions. The ability to integrate is the biggest challenge and also the biggest opportunity for CIOs

Why wireless devices can be an albatross

ABI Research predicts spending on managing mobile devices will nearly double every year, and a CompTIA poll has some shocking results.

Much ado about one per cent

Info-Tech Research has projected an increase in Canadian IT spending that was slightly higher than that forecast by rival IDC Canada earlier this year. Server, storage and software investments will drive an overall jump of about 5.5 per cent in Canada this year, according to London, Ont.-based Info-Tech.

Virtual private favoured over frame relay

Corporate purchases of IP virtual private network services continue to surge forward, a trend that analysts say is being accompanied by a shift away from the use of frame relay technology to carry network traffic.

WiMax testing nears starting blocks

The WiMax Forum should finish validating its system for certification testing next week, a senior official said Monday, the latest milestone on the road to a technology that at times has suffered from overly optimistic expectations.

Report: PWLAN market will grow

A report released Wednesday by Boston-based research firm the Yankee Group espouses that North American interest in public wireless local-area networking (PWLAN) is gaining momentum in the mobile computing and networking arenas.

WorldChain aims to boost supply chain efficiencies

WorldChain Inc. has rolled out the newest version of its hosted supply-chain execution offering designed to allow companies to move away from working from forecasts to instead trigger inventory levels directly from customer orders.

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