‘SIP-ifying’ the PSTN

‘SIP-ifying’ the PSTN

As service providers struggle to shore up declining voice revenues with new data services, one company says it has the...

November 14th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

Quick Hits

Quick Hits

In order to prove once and for all that computer gaming has moved from geekiness to sexiness, Gamer.tv, a Web...

October 20th, 2003 No Author

Toronto hospital deploys wireless VoIP

Toronto hospital deploys wireless VoIP

Nurses, like network managers, often bear the brunt of the blame in the organization when situations go awry. But now...

September 19th, 2003 Rebecca Reid

B.C. tech firms challenge Ontario’s sector dominance

B.C. tech firms challenge Ontario’s sector dominance

British Columbia is now challenging Ontario's tech industry dominance, according to a study of the 50 fastest growing companies in...

August 12th, 2003 Rebecca Reid

Where are you getting your advice?

Where are you getting your advice?

I was at the grocery store recently buying essentials and, at the checkout, I impulsively bought a Canadian fashion magazine...

July 25th, 2003 Robert Ford

The game of outsourcing roulette

The game of outsourcing roulette

Editoral"It is quite likely that over time, (we), like many of our competitors, will be outsourcing some portion of (our)...

July 25th, 2003 Michael MacMillan

Peer 1 looks to spread its wings

Peer 1 looks to spread its wings

There's a new kid on the Canadian collocation block, but one analyst warns that the market for its services may...

August 8th, 2002 Cindy Steinman

Software helps banks find dirty money

Software helps banks find dirty money

To help Canadian financial institutions comply with the latest anti-money laundering regulations, Vancouver's Datawest Solutions Inc. has added new tracking...

April 30th, 2002 Scott Gardner

Software helps banks find dirty money

Software helps banks find dirty money

To help Canada's financial institutions comply with the latest anti-money laundering regulations, Vancouver's Datawest Solutions Inc. is adding new tracking...

April 25th, 2002 Scott Gardner