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March Networks walks into red again

The Ottawa digital video security systems company lost $6.5 million again. However, the CEO sees tenative signs of a global recovery that he thinks could make the company profitable.

Canada lags Asia and Europe in green IT adoption

A study from Info-Tech Research Group says North American firms aren't so sticky about their carbon footprints or RFPs that demand energy efficiency. Is our infrastructure to blame?

Ethernet switch sales slow

Gartner reports that revenues from switch sales to organizations and carriers fell 12 per cent in the first quarter and port shipments dropped six per cent compared to the fourth quarter of 2006.

Big Blue and pink slips – lay off rumours spark worker protests

Workers at IBM Corp. are preparing to picket one of the company

Skype lands in the enterprise

No longer a consumer phenomenon in North America, the free IP calling service is becoming a viable business option.

Are your IT assets as secure as you think?

North American organizations are exposing themselves to significant security and financial risks because of the inability to properly manage their IT assets, according to a recent report from Softchoice Corp.

Gadget-free security a boon to racetracks

Mobile security is a top priority for many businesses that want to offer high-end mobile customer applications. Two-factor security that is convenient and transparent to customers is increasingly seen as the first strategic domino that must fall to conduct mobile business effectively.


Though we've dropped a notch in the rankings, Canada continues to maintain its role as one of North America's most dominant technology centres, according...

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