Articles By Katherine Lemay

Cobourg estimates $10K savings in Novell migration

An Ontario municipality has switched from Microsoft to Novell's small business software products to reduce costs and improve the way it handles e-mail.The Town of Cobourg, Ont., recently adopted Novell's Small Business Suite

Published on: July 5th, 2004 Katherine Lemay

File-sharing Canadians take steps to ward off CRIA

Two Canadian law students have come together to develop a Web-based association on Internet piracy in the wake of lawsuits recently filed by the recording industry.Andy Kaplan-Myrth hopes the Canadian File-Sharing Legal Information

Published on: February 27th, 2004 Katherine Lemay

Security of health data prompts Ontario legislation

Ontario health organizations will soon have to review the way they handle customer information to ensure their procedures comply with the new bill presented to the Ontario government.The Health Information Protection Act, or

Published on: January 26th, 2004 Katherine Lemay

Whatever happened to entry-level IT jobs?

IT managers and CIOs are still looking for skilled employees among newly graduated engineering students, but experts say the skills in demand no longer pertain to the traditional programming jobs that were popular

Published on: November 21st, 2003 Katherine Lemay

Greenstone builds portal to bring communities together

The newly amalgamated Municipality of Greenstone has commissioned Navantis to design a community portal to bring together its disparate townships and connect it to the rest of the electronic world.""Right now we don’t

Published on: July 21st, 2003 Katherine Lemay