IT leadership and the CIO

Chat with Josh Hong on innovation, start-ups, investing, leadership, agility

In an upcoming series of articles I will be sharing insights from 2000 pages of extensive research and interviews for my...

September 28th, 2015 Stephen Ibaraki

Interview: CapLinked’s Eric Jackson

Eric Jackson, who headed the marketing team at PayPal and is now CEO and co-founder of CapLinked, a, platform for...

March 30th, 2014 Stephen Ibaraki

Technicity speaker asks GTA techies to start gloating

Technicity speaker asks GTA techies to start gloating

This month’s Technicity event aims to bring tech entrepreneurs, educators and IT professionals together to brainstorm on how to create...

November 11th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

Canadians in Silicon Valley help homeland start-ups

Canadians in Silicon Valley help homeland start-ups

A newly formed Silicon Valley-based non-profit group, comprised of Canadian tech executives and venture capitalists, wants to erase Canada’s reputation...

June 24th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

InfiniSwitch and Lane 15 announce merger

InfiniSwitch and Lane 15 announce merger

It appears that all is not quiet on the InfiniBand front as two start-ups, InfiniSwitch Corp. and Lane 15 Software...

March 9th, 2003 Carly Suppa

An incremental world

An incremental world

I've been increasingly depressed about the sorry state of what passes for innovation in the network world these days. Technical...

October 17th, 2002 Scott Bradner

The joy and misery of the Internet

The joy and misery of the Internet

The Internet is fascinating because it signifies different things to different people. It has been called a communication revolution, a...

February 22nd, 2001 Peter Wolchak

Traditional firms feel pure-play e-com chill

Traditional firms feel pure-play e-com chill

Businesses that have been around for some time may be feeling a little uneasy about the overwhelming success of the...

September 21st, 2000 Nikolina Menalo

Lamenting the dot-coms

Lamenting the dot-coms

Dot-coms seem to be dropping like flies, and those that have not died yet will soon as they run out...

August 10th, 2000 Scott Bradner