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Happy IT service desk staff keep Domtar’s diverse applications running

The sustainable pulp and paper company is the sum of many mergers and acquisitions which means it has many applications, but its EasyVista deployment has kept helpdesk staff and users happy

‘New IT’ vs ‘Old IT’: Cloud computing’s technology disruption with Salesforce.com’s vice president for strategic research

The transition from “Old IT” to “New IT” is accelerating. And, the discussions about what this means to organizations can be passionate at times...

Montreal legacy renewal firm buys British AS/400 specialist

The funny thing about IT companies that specialize in supporting and converting old applications is they appear to be in the business of putting...

Brewing a better supply chain

Higher customer satisfaction and lower inventory is the bottom line for Molson. We take you inside the legendary Canadian brewery's IT operations

Alcatel-Lucent cuts jobs, focuses attention on three sectors

After losing $67 million last quarter, the telecom equipment maker said it will focus on optical networking, IP and broadband. How it plans to cut costs

Vancouver tech firm aims to speed up legal system

Sierra Systems has launched a new document management system aimed at providing a streamlined case file for judges and courthouse staff. A Vancouver lawyer weighs in on how the tool might speed up court proceedings

Calgary firm joins Oracle Modernization Alliance

CipherSoft unites with the database giant and a number of other vendors to focus on "open systems" that will preserve the business content of their existing applications

Technology gets SOA much better for Ontario govt

The Ontario government is embarking on a process to transform its patchwork of legacy applications into one single Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).

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