Sharing info still a struggle

Sharing info still a struggle

Tourism Vancouver required new methods of collaboration, even though it doesn’t own or produce anything. According to Ted Lee, Tourism...

December 9th, 2004 Ryan B. Patrick

New IT guide designed to help small companies

New IT guide designed to help small companies

A desire among Canada’s small business owners to see an immediate payoff in their technology investments has led one industry...

October 13th, 2004 Vanessa Ho

Modest recovery in IT spending: survey

Modest recovery in IT spending: survey

A recent survey of 90 senior Canadian IT managers found that although there is still the usual caution in the...

August 8th, 2003 Lindsay Bruce

New Brunswick launches new tourism site

New Brunswick launches new tourism site

IT World CanadaIn order to stay competitive in the growing online tourism industry, New Brunswick has unveiled a customer care...

June 16th, 2003 Blair McQuillan

Forty per cent of software pirated

Forty per cent of software pirated

In what it called the "largest, most encompassing" study ever conducted on software piracy, a U.S. umbrella group representing the...

April 17th, 2003 Michael MacMillan

Telus partners with Microsoft Canada

Telus partners with Microsoft Canada

Canada's Telus Enterprise Solutions announced Monday it has partnered with Microsoft Canada Co. to offer application service provider (ASP) software...

May 29th, 2001 IT World Canada Staff

Microsoft break-up may not stop at the border

Microsoft break-up may not stop at the border

The U.S. government's plan to split Microsoft into two separate companies will have a direct impact on Microsoft Canada, according...

May 18th, 2000 STEWART BROWN