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Ericsson, Industry Canada headline Communications 2002

Canada's telco community got a black eye from one government agency at Communications 2002, but a shot in the arm from cell phone giant Ericsson. Read's coverage of the annual conference, which

Published on: November 8th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

E-Mail: The dark side

QUESTION: Both of you spend a lot of time looking at information overload. What is at the root of  the problem? ELSPETH: It used to be a letter took a long time to

Published on: November 8th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Layered approach is crucial in protecting yourself from internal, external threats

One of the biggest security hurdles for companies is implementing the right technology in order to comply with their own internal policies and the law of the land, according to Rosaleen Citron, chief

Published on: November 4th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Philips to sell speech processing technology

Little known ScanSoft Inc., an imaging and speech software developer from Peabody, Mass., will shell out EUR 36 million ($56 million) for Philip's speech processing technology and Voice Control business units. Philip's speech

Published on: October 16th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

NEC-Mitsubishi displays at Best Buys

As Best Buys continues to establish its Canadian presence by opening retail outlets in southern Ontario, they have confirmed an agreement to offer a line of LCD monitors from NEC-Mitsubishi. The line up

Published on: October 16th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Technology and government collide at GTEC

Comparing government service levels across different countries just doesn't make sense, international reps told GTEC. Read what they had to say and the rest of's coverage of Canada's technology in government event,

Published on: October 11th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

LeasingGate inquiry in limbo

The LeasingGate pot boiler has added a few more ingredients.An alleged $150,000 bribe offered to a Dell Canada executive to accept a 1999 City of Toronto contract had Mayor Mel Lastman shocked ""in

Published on: October 4th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Gartner reports PwC deal threatens to damage IBM’s SMB channel

IBM’s acquisition of PwC Consulting holds potentially damaging consequences for IBM’s current business partners, particularly those belonging to the consultants and integrators program. Concern centres around whether the deal will further encroach on

Published on: August 21st, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Would the real engineers please stand up?

Despite a year of discussions and negotiations, Microsoft and the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers have failed to come to an agreement over the use of the term ""engineer"" in Microsoft's most well-known

Published on: August 2nd, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

HP and EMC cut a deal

PALO ALTO, Calif. - Two enterprise giants EMC Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. are set to ink a deal to cross license storage systems application programming interfaces. The technology exchange will facilitate each company's

Published on: July 23rd, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

IBM Canada to VARs: We Want You!

MARKHAM, Ont. - IBM Canada Ltd. is on a small-to-medium business (SMB) mission to recruit resellers with specific knowledge in this market. IBM Canada has already bolstered its reseller base by 50 since

Published on: July 23rd, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Inside the ITBusiness Theatre

The ITBusiness Theatre will be located at booth 1018 behind the Sony booth near the front of the Exhibit Hall in the South hall of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. All events will

Published on: July 5th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff

Correction wishes to clarify certain parts of a story published April 17 titled ""Venture Exchange Network signs up heavy hitters.""The Venture Exchange Network is a privately held company that has an alliance with

Published on: April 26th, 2002 ITBusiness Staff