Articles By Kathleen Sibley

Megacities drive citizens online for services

A report released Monday from a municipal IT organization indicates Ontario municipalities are delivering more of their services online.The report, from the Ontario chapter of the Municipal Information Systems Association (MISA), spells out

Published on: June 10th, 2002 Kathleen Sibley

Tillsonburg receives COOL grant for e-billing

The Town of Tillsonburg, a small southwestern Ontario municipality in Oxford County, Monday announced the next step in its e-government strategy at the MISA launch of City Hall Online: A Progress Report on

Published on: June 10th, 2002 Kathleen Sibley

UHN moves to DiscoveryLink to pull data together

TORONTO – There's something to be said for case studies that tell you how to do something successfully.But the value of failure is highly underrated, says Igor Jurisica, a scientist at the Ontario

Published on: May 6th, 2002 Kathleen Sibley

U of T prof calls for intelligence agency watchdog

Security agencies charged with homeland defence don't need more technology to gather intelligence, a University of Toronto history professor says.Instead, they need technology that helps them make sense of what they know and

Published on: March 21st, 2002 Kathleen Sibley

Ignore the convergence cynics: Bell Canada president

TORONTO -- John Sheridan, president of Bell Canada, opened Communications 2001 with a familiar keynote theme: the world is a nastier place than it was a couple of months ago, but buck up."Even

Published on: November 6th, 2001 Kathleen Sibley

Bell Mobility CEO sees games as killer wireless app

TORONTO -- When Bell Mobility CEO Pierre Blouin addressed the Mississauga Board of Trade Tuesday, the economic outlook for most industries was as grim as the mid-October weather.The exception was the wireless industry,

Published on: October 16th, 2001 Kathleen Sibley

Primal Technologies answers the unified messaging call

A Toronto-based company is answering the call for a tool that lets road warriors and desk jockeys alike to retrieve their messages from different devices from one central point.Primal Technologies Inc., which specializes

Published on: September 21st, 2001 Kathleen Sibley

Malaysia turns to Canada for networking best practices

The head of Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Commission was in Ottawa this week in search of ideas to take home to her country’s telecommunications industry and to scout out potential foreign communications investment.It

Published on: September 14th, 2001 Kathleen Sibley

3Com Canada won’t choose between Bluetooth and WiFi

When it comes to wireless standards, there’s a place and time for everything, according to 3Com Canada.3Com, which Thursday said it is pursuing the enterprise and educational markets, as well as the public

Published on: July 26th, 2001 Kathleen Sibley