Canada lags Asia and Europe in green IT adoption

Canada lags Asia and Europe in green IT adoption

North America is straggling behind Europe and Asia when it comes to green IT implementations, according to an Info-Tech research...

April 17th, 2008 Briony Smith

Ethernet switch sales slow

Ethernet switch sales slow

Going fast rather than super-fast may be good enough for most organizations, according to the latest sales figures for Ethernet...

July 18th, 2007 Howard Solomon

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

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

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEWorkers at IBM Corp. are preparing to picket one of the company’s plants in New York today...

May 9th, 2007

Skype lands in the enterprise

Skype lands in the enterprise

North American businesses are finally beginning to get Skype, the peer-to-peer voice-over-the-Internet service acquired 18 months ago by eBay for...

May 7th, 2007 Gerry Blackwell

Are your IT assets as secure as you think?

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...

July 31st, 2006 CIO Canada Staff

Gadget-free security a boon to racetracks

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...

January 19th, 2006 Rosie Lombardi

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

November 30th, 2004 No Author

Canadian execs ahead of curve in security awareness

Canadian execs ahead of curve in security awareness

Refraining from opening e-mail attachments from unknown senders is the number one way companies can stop the spread of viruses...

August 5th, 2004 Chris Conrath

Outsourcing blurs borders

Outsourcing blurs borders

Since the late 1980s, the western world has seen a steady erosion of the institutions that have traditionally helped to...

March 11th, 2004 Greg Enright