Senior staff not feeling their age in IT

Senior staff not feeling their age in IT

It's no secret that the average age of Canadians is rising, but things are different in the IT community. It's...

October 4th, 2001 Albert Leonardo

Experience Counts: How To Be A Turnaround CIO

Experience Counts: How To Be A Turnaround CIO

Some years ago, I was hired to turn around a failing IT department at a midsize retailer in the U.S....

September 23rd, 2001 Mike Anderson

Copyright law chills IT security research

Copyright law chills IT security research

A cloud of fear and uncertainty hung over the 10th annual Usenix Security Symposium in Washington D.C. last week, as...

August 19th, 2001 Dan Verton

Advocate: free software is good for businesses

Advocate: free software is good for businesses

For want of a functional printer driver, Richard Stallman created a philosophy. The Free Software Foundation creator and architect of...

May 31st, 2001 Stacy Cowley

Non-techies may have a lot to offer IT shops

Non-techies may have a lot to offer IT shops

With employers still clamouring to find enough workers, smart companies have made great leaps in recruiting information technology staff from...

October 21st, 2000 Melanie Menagh

Time for tech-y talk

Time for tech-y talk

When the clock has struck midnight and the programming problem you've wrestled with all day is still unsolved, where can...

March 23rd, 2000 Victoria Berry

Installation softwaremade for developers

Installation softwaremade for developers

Wise Solutions Inc. is offering installation-authoring tools designed to reduce the complexity of creating software installations in the Windows workstation...

February 24th, 2000 Liam Lahey

Corporate portals made simpler

Corporate portals made simpler

Many mid-size companies are caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to corporate portals. Often it...

December 2nd, 1999 Chris Conrath

Demand still high for contract programmers

Demand still high for contract programmers

Companies may be in for a shock if they expect to avoid the wage inflation seen lately with Cobol programmers,...

August 12th, 1999 Gail Balfour