Nokia’s patent exhaustion case against Qualcomm dismissed

Nokia’s patent exhaustion case against Qualcomm dismissed

Nokia 's battle to stop Qualcomm from demanding royalties from both chip makers and handset manufacturers for the same patent...

November 14th, 2007 Nancy Gohring

Currency of collaboration

Currency of collaboration

Rising loonie drives push for government innovationAs the Canadian dollar hits record-highs and governments find themselves in a strong fiscal...

November 6th, 2007 Kim Devooght

Industry engages health care

Industry engages health care

Hospitals, health clinics and doctors’ offices face a vast array of information technology tools that could improve the delivery of...

October 31st, 2007 Alex Binkley

How CIOs can become leaders in their industry

How CIOs can become leaders in their industry

When I joined The Options Clearing Corporation (OCC) in 2004, options trading activity had reached 3 million contracts a day....

October 21st, 2007 John Von Stein

Committee attacks UK health program’s IT

Committee attacks UK health program’s IT

Members of Parliament have criticized "a worrying lack of progress" on implementing local systems to support the planned National Care...

September 13th, 2007 Tash Shifrin

U.K. IT managers see green tech as ‘moral obligation’

U.K. IT managers see green tech as ‘moral obligation’

IT managers will be under pressure to extend product life cycles as the concept of "total carbon cost of ownership"...

September 11th, 2007 Siobhan Chapman

UK companies e-mail policies called into question

UK companies e-mail policies called into question

The archiving policies of U.K. companies have been thrust in the spotlight after news broke over the weekend that U.K....

August 21st, 2007 Leo King

RFPs: The costs of being unclear

RFPs: The costs of being unclear

The nature of IT demands clarity, and that's particularly important in requests for proposals.Unfortunately, in today's hurried world, few people...

June 11th, 2007 Bart Perkins

Germany’s Metro tests RFID in Chinese supplier chain

Germany’s Metro tests RFID in Chinese supplier chain

Metro AG has expanded the use of smart tags from its stores in Europe to key producers in China as...

May 22nd, 2007 John Blau