Ontario to create its own privacy law

Ontario to create its own privacy law

The Ontario government wants to help businesses trying to understand "unclear" federal legislation by creating yet another law. It's help...

June 28th, 2001 Poonam Khanna

Taking care of business

Taking care of business

What do you call an employee who works sixty hours a week, doesn't receive (or ask for) overtime and does...

June 28th, 2001 Kristy Pryma

Broadband network to link China’s tech parks

Broadband network to link China’s tech parks

High-tech industrial parks in China will be linked together over a broadband network being built as part of the government-backed...

May 31st, 2001 Stephen Lawson

Microsoft targets South Africa for anti-piracy campaign

Microsoft targets South Africa for anti-piracy campaign

As part of the ongoing effort to clamp down on software piracy, Microsoft Corp.'s South African subsidiary has asked local...

May 31st, 2001 Gideon F. For-mukwai

Economist Intelligence Unit ranks e-commerce by nation

Economist Intelligence Unit ranks e-commerce by nation

In order to become the world's best electronic-business player, a country needs to have a various mix of factors -...

May 18th, 2001 Kuriko Miyake

A workplace by any other name

A workplace by any other name

Over the past few months the struggle by consulting firms and software vendors to develop flashy new words for their...

May 3rd, 2001 Al Horner

Ericsson, Sony confirm cell phone venture

Ericsson, Sony confirm cell phone venture

L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co. and Sony Corp. have announced a joint venture for the mobile telephone handset business, a company...

May 3rd, 2001 No Author

High technology lands on the island

High technology lands on the island

It may be an island but Victoria is convinced that it too can compete in the global technology industry, and...

May 3rd, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Report: China cracks down on Net cafes

Report: China cracks down on Net cafes

Tough new laws imposed on Internet cafes in China could affect millions of people who use the shops as their...

April 19th, 2001 Stephen Lawson