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New rapid screening technology powered by Microsoft eases return to work for top Canadian organizations

The new hybrid work model contains a sort of paradox: people want the flexibility of remote work and the ease and creative "flow" of...

Data discord threatens transatlantic flights

A failure by the U.S. and European Union to reach a new agreement next month on the provision of passenger data for transatlantic flights could ground up to 105,000 people each week, the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) director general said.

Code Orange: Managing health information in a crisis

Although much has been written about managing the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) crisis, the focus has been on health care professionals and patient care. Little if anything has been written on the impact of the crisis on technical infrastructures, information management and modes of communication.

EDS, Oracle launch airport security wares

Four major IT vendors are co-developing a suite of products to automate and improve the screening of passengers and employees at U.S. airports, with the aim of making the process faster and more secure.

Napster will block access to some songs

In what some had predicted would be judgement day for music-sharing service Napster Inc., the company revealed a plan Friday that appears set to block its users from accessing more than one million digital music files from its service.

TELUS finds the right path

Burnaby, B.C.-based Telus has launched a series of new customized services designed to enhance business phone messaging...

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