Articles By Paul Saunders

Privacy on the Web – today’s new pain point

Privacy has become a strategic and fundamental issue among organizations today. It has grown from an internal part of corporate policy to a subject studied by governments and scrutinized by the news media.

Published on: May 28th, 2003 Paul Saunders

Online travel planner makes last-minute Canadian bookings

A U.S. online travel planning service has fit Toronto and Montreal into its Tuesday said its first two Canadian destinations would be offered in packages on its site through partnerships with airlines

Published on: June 5th, 2001 Paul Saunders

Tech Data talks licensing over wine and cheese

Tech Data Canada is bringing vendors and resellers together to better educate the channel on software licensing and anti-piracy issues. The Mississauga, Ont.-based distributor Monday hosted a "Licensing Awareness Day" with Network Associates,

Published on: June 4th, 2001 Paul Saunders

Gigabit ethernet network is music to students’ ears

A colllective effort by municipal organizations and 3Com Canada has created of a gigabit ethernet network connecting 227 areas in Kitchener-Waterloo. The completion of the project's first phase was celebrated Friday at a

Published on: June 1st, 2001 Paul Saunders

Bell Micro buys Forefront Graphics

Bell Micro Wednesday said it would acquire Forefront Graphics as part of its bid to expand the depth of its distribution business in the data storage market. Fifteen-year-old Forefront Graphics Corp., which is

Published on: May 30th, 2001 Paul Saunders

01 Communique offers remote e-mail attachment opener

TORONTO -- 01 Communique said the restructuring of Glenayre Technologies wouldn't get in the way of its plans to take over the unified messaging market. The company Tuesday demonstrated some forthcoming features to

Published on: May 29th, 2001 Paul Saunders

Lucent and Alcatel walk away from marriage plans

The expected takeover of Lucent Technologies Inc. by Alcatel could have proven the beginning of a rocky marriage, according to Canadian analysts.Media reports out of the U.S. this week indicated an announcement from

Published on: May 29th, 2001 Paul Saunders