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If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, CEOs are from Mercury and CIOs are from Jupiter. There's good news, though: The distance between them is narrowing. Chief executives and chief
When the idea of running voice traffic over data networks using Internet Protocol (IP) first gained attention in the mid-1990s, the usual argument for it was cost savings. Phone calls routed over the
For Toronto law firm Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, the goal is simple. All the firm's lawyers should have access to the information they need, wherever they are. The approach the firm has chosen
If you believed some predictions, Frame Relay should be dead by now and Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) should have one foot in the grave. But rumours of their death have been greatly exaggerated.
During the dot-com boom, when C-Bridge Internet Solutions' work force was growing at the rate of 100 people a month, well-intentioned customers would offer the company high-speed Internet connections so its staff working
The Peel Regional Police force has 800 desktop computers, 41 servers, 160 laptops and 208 printers. Its systems are mostly running Windows 2000, with a bit of Unix and VMS. Mike Stevenson, enterprise