IT helps Toronto Airport Authority take flight

IT helps Toronto Airport Authority take flight

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThere may be three terminals and some 60 airlines at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, but there's only...

November 5th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Skills drought propels Qantas to outsource IT jobs

Skills drought propels Qantas to outsource IT jobs

Australian airline Qantas Airways Ltd. has blamed a drought in IT skills for outsourcing some 400 Australian-based information-technology related positions....

October 3rd, 2006 Michael Crawford

Talk it up

Talk it up

It’s okay, all you hard-working bureaucrats who think politicians don’t recognize the effort that has gone into streamlining and integrating...

July 30th, 2006 Alex Binkley

Users fume over US govt BlackBerry users exemption

Users fume over US govt BlackBerry users exemption

Government workers and emergency personnel would be exempt from a possible shutdown of BlackBerry wireless e-mail service in the U.S.,...

January 29th, 2006 Matt Hamblen

IT may not top agenda at US-India tech trade meeting

IT may not top agenda at US-India tech trade meeting

A meeting on technology cooperation between U.S. and Indian officials and business representatives in Delhi at the end of this...

November 22nd, 2005 John Ribeiro

Senate panel increases H-1B visa limit

Senate panel increases H-1B visa limit

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has approved an extra 30,000 foreign worker visas for 2006 under a visa program popular...

October 23rd, 2005 Grant Gross

IT governance

IT governance

There’s little doubt that today’s IT leaders recognize the need for enhanced security and control. After all, virtually every day...

October 17th, 2005 Paul Zonneveld

To connect the dots in IT delivery, talk to a CIO

To connect the dots in IT delivery, talk to a CIO

There's no substitute for experience, especially when it comes to recognizing value in information technology - and knowing how to...

August 9th, 2005 Dan McLean

Can IT be delivered with a monthly utility bill?

Can IT be delivered with a monthly utility bill?

It’s the end of corporate computing, as we know it. So says Nicholas G. Carr, the Harvard Business Review scribe...

August 3rd, 2005 Dan McLean