IT Votes 2008: Visit our election blog and poll

IT Votes 2008: Visit our election blog and poll

We're approaching a watershed federal election, weighty with social and economic issues. Looked at through the lens of the technology...

September 25th, 2008 Dave Webb

GreenPrint founder focuses on wasted paper

GreenPrint founder focuses on wasted paper

Name: Hayden Hamilton Title: Founder Organization: GreenPrint LLC Age: 30 Industry: IT 30-second biography: An entrepreneur at an early age,...

July 11th, 2007 Computerworld Staff

US commerce secretary chides China for delaying 3G wireless network

US commerce secretary chides China for delaying 3G wireless network

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLESecretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez Tuesday criticized China for delaying the creation...

January 10th, 2007 Elizabeth Montalbano

Provincial budget boosts BC tech

Provincial budget boosts BC tech

The British Columbia Technology Industries Association (BC TIA),this week, congratulated the province of for delivering a budgetthat reflects their solid...

February 22nd, 2006 InterGovWorld staff

Content and tech industries debate digital copy protection

Content and tech industries debate digital copy protection

Mix the thundering clash of two huge U.S. industries with the threat of government intervention and the potential for consumer...

June 11th, 2002 Cara Garretson

Industry bids adieu to Tobin

Industry bids adieu to Tobin

Industry Minister Brian Tobin's sudden retirement from politics and Prime Minister Jean Chr...

February 7th, 2002 Julie Clow

Technology to watch in 2002

Technology to watch in 2002

As a tumultuous year for the technology industry - and the world - comes to a close, we turn our...

January 2nd, 2002 Tom Mainelli

Technology to watch in 2002

Technology to watch in 2002

As a tumultuous year for the technology industry - and the world - comes to a close, we turn our...

January 1st, 2002 Tom Mainelli

For better or for worse in 2002

For better or for worse in 2002

For an industry accustomed to answering calls for growth with a resounding, "no problem," 2001 was, to say the least,...

December 24th, 2001 IT World Canada Staff