Companies still dragging their feet with patches

Companies still dragging their feet with patches

LONDON - A study by a security vendor has found that companies are patching just a hair faster than they...

May 4th, 2009 Jeremy Kirk

Put RFID on front burner: Wal-Mart

Put RFID on front burner: Wal-Mart

The best way for Canadian manufacturers, distribution firms and retailers to wrap their collective, corporate heads around radio-frequency identification (RFID)...

May 12th, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

Jump into half-baked RFID cake

Jump into half-baked RFID cake

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) may not be perfect, but that’s not keeping Roman Coba from investigating the technology. Coba is vice-president,...

April 28th, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

RFID will open World Cup soccer gates

RFID will open World Cup soccer gates

If you're planning to attend the FIFA World Cup soccer tournament in Germany next year but oppose the use of...

April 3rd, 2005 John Blau

Hospital Centre ensures extended network security

Hospital Centre ensures extended network security

Meeting the IT needs of two hospital centres located seven kilometres apart is the challenge facing the Verdun Hospital Centre...

April 30th, 2002 IT Focus Staff

Fujitsu develops fingerprint sensor for cell phones

Fujitsu develops fingerprint sensor for cell phones

Cellular telephones could be more secure in the future now that engineers at Fujitsu Ltd. have completed development of a...

March 4th, 2002 Kuriko Miyake

Banking on a single vendor

Banking on a single vendor

The world of banking moves at breakneck speeds. Documents fly from one office to another and are revised, edited and...

June 30th, 2001 IT World Canada Staff

Nine New Scanners

Nine New Scanners

(12/15/2000) - If someone had told me five years ago that I'd be really impressed by the output from a...

January 25th, 2001 Bruce Fraser

Absolute security at your fingertips

Absolute security at your fingertips

If predictions come true, computer users might be saying a fond farewell to the multitude of login IDs and passwords...

January 4th, 2001 Chris Talbot