Articles By Jennifer Brown

Easy exploitation

Virus activity isn't up much, but now they're targeting desktops rather than serversThe number of viruses and worms launched via the Internet may be reaching a plateau, but the damage they inflict on

Published on: April 8th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Linux may be next in war on Internet-launched attacks

The number of viruses and worms launched via the Internet may be reaching a plateau, but the damage they inflict on enterprise systems is more easily executed, leaving companies feeling even more vulnerable

Published on: April 5th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Finding stability in clusters

When book megastores began DOMINATING the retail landscape, many small shops were forced to close their doors as Chapters and Amazon started flexing their big box and Internet presence. But in 1996, a

Published on: April 5th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

VoiceIQ opts to outsource hosting of transcription software

MARKHAM — A global provider of voice-to-text transcription software has opted to host its software with Q9 Networks to improve connectivity and security for its clients. Voice IQ Inc. provides voice capture, compression

Published on: April 1st, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Quick return on minimum investment

When it's a week before the RRSP deadline, Sheldon Dyck is busy man. That's when time is running out for clients looking to invest their hard-earned dollars in products offered by ATB Financial

Published on: April 1st, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Virtual concierge opens doors to business

A virtual concierge contained on a Pocket PC is a neat perk to offer regular hotel guests, but Fairmont Hotels is hoping a pilot project with Hewlett-Packard will lay the ground work for

Published on: April 1st, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Antitrust suit marks final chapter

PeopleSoft Canada executives say a move by the U.S. Department of Justice late last month to file an anti-trust suit against Oracle Corp.'s bid to buy the California-based company marks the final chapter

Published on: April 1st, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Carma Financial boosts productivity with search tool

When senior trace staff at Carma Financial Services need to find detailed facts critical to processing a credit report, the answers they need are now closer at hand and more informed thanks to

Published on: March 22nd, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Enterprise vulnerability made easy

The number of viruses and worms launched via the Internet may be reaching a plateau, but the damage they inflict on enterprise systems is becoming more easily executed, leaving companies feeling even more

Published on: March 15th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

VoiceIQ outsources hosting of transcription software

A global provider of voice-to-text transcription software has opted to host its software with Q9 Networks to improve connectivity and security for its clients.Voice IQ Inc. provides voice capture, compression and retrieval services

Published on: March 11th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

PeopleSoft Canada to Oracle: It’s over

TORONTO -- PeopleSoft Canada executives said Tuesday that a move by the U.S. Department of Justice last week to file an antitrust suit against Oracle Corp.'s bid to buy the company is the

Published on: March 2nd, 2004 Jennifer Brown

ATB Financial opts for Siebel OnDemand

When it's a week before the RRSP deadline, Sheldon Dyck is busy man. That's when time is running out for clients looking to invest their hard-earned dollars in products offered by ATB Financial

Published on: February 26th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Truckstop.net puts drivers on the road to connectivity

Canadian big rig drivers may soon find wireless Internet access served up along side the daily special when they take a break at their favourite truck stop. Truckstop.net currently has 110 locations in

Published on: January 27th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

Not-so-immediate release

Of course it had to be a Monday, and the assistant online editor was off with the flu. Our phones were also on the fritz, at times supplying just 12 of the normal

Published on: January 27th, 2004 Jennifer Brown

The path to the CIO’s office

Keith Powell was CIO at Nortel Networks for four years until June 2000 (what he calls the good times — before ""all hell broke loose""). Today he spends his time serving on the

Published on: January 20th, 2004 Jennifer Brown