7 Million Canadians Own Wireless Phones

7 Million Canadians Own Wireless Phones

Seven million Canadians -- almost one in four -- now own a wireless phone, reports the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association...

March 31st, 2000 CIO Canada Staff

DDoS is the tip of an ugly iceberg

DDoS is the tip of an ugly iceberg

The February distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on major U.S. sites such as Yahoo! and eBay were more than...

March 23rd, 2000 Kimberly Chapman

AT&T rolls out ADSL for business

AT&T rolls out ADSL for business

AT&T Canada is offering ADSL service for businesses in the Greater Toronto Area, with Montreal and Vancouver soon to follow.By...

February 10th, 2000 Kimberly Chapman

Y2K may leave a lasting legacy

Y2K may leave a lasting legacy

The legacy of the year 2000 problem may reverberate for years in companies and government agencies in the form of...

January 27th, 2000 Patrick Thibodeau

The bad times of “Good times”

The bad times of “Good times”

Over the past few years, most network managers have received at least one panicked message warning of something called the...

December 16th, 1999 Geoff Hart

ISS works from the outside

ISS works from the outside

Quietly, cautiously, from somewhere outside the firewall and security servers, a prescence gains access to the company's network. As the...

November 18th, 1999 Cindy Steinman

Notes set to write next chapter

Notes set to write next chapter

Although Lotus Development Corp. may be a step behind some companies as a pure Web player, the IBM subsidiary is...

November 4th, 1999 Ted Smalley Brown

Leading Informative Web Sites

Leading Informative Web Sites

Audit and Controlwww.ifac.org www.theiia.org www.itaudit.org www.auditnet.orgBest Practices for IM/ITwww.sei.cmu.edu www.mitre.org www.itpolicy.gsa.gov www.cio.govYear 2000 Supportwww.mitre.org/research/y2k www.year2000.com www.y2k.govBusiness Continuitywww.sia.com www.bis.com www.drj.comProject Managementwww.pmi.org...

October 31st, 1999 No Author

IPv6 offers no compelling reasons to switch

IPv6 offers no compelling reasons to switch

Recently, I had a chance to dine with some of the top network implementers in the world: the people who...

October 21st, 1999 Joel Snyder