Articles By Poonam Khanna

Foxes, chickens and the tricky world of server consolidation

Remember the old brain-teaser about the man with a fox, a chicken and a bag of grain who needs to get them all across a river but can't get them all in his

Published on: April 1st, 2004 Poonam Khanna

Linux: Navigating the road ahead

Like many IT managers today, Jean-François Lévesque is giving serious thought to Linux. Though Linux has long been accepted in the enterprise space at the edge of the network for Web servers, firewalls

Published on: January 20th, 2004 Poonam Khanna

Canada Post launches EPM as Web service

Canada Post recently announced it has integrated its Electronic Postmark service with Microsoft Office Word and Microsoft Office InfoPath.The Electronic Postmark (EPM) is akin to registered mail, said Ottawa-based Simon Ely, Canada Post’s

Published on: December 25th, 2003 Poonam Khanna

Techmat stands firm with 10-year-old ERP

Marius Bélanger can look back at a decade-old technology purchase and more than justify it. He estimates the ERP system he chose for his company back in the early 1990s has allowed Techmat

Published on: November 24th, 2003 Poonam Khanna

Fighting fire with thin clients speeds up critical data delivery

Back when Lynn Ducharme was on the front lines of forest firefighting, the information needed to make decisions was often faxed to base camps. That was slow and cumbersome, and worse, the information

Published on: October 10th, 2003 Poonam Khanna

This printer means business

With the purchase of a new digital printing press, Earle O'Born hopes his company will soon be able to tap into a new market. The Printing House Ltd. (TPH) in Toronto is in

Published on: September 25th, 2003 Poonam Khanna

TPH moves to digital for printing press

With the purchase of a digital printing press, Earle O'Born hopes his company will soon be able to tap into a new market.The Printing House Ltd. (TPH) in Toronto is in the process

Published on: September 9th, 2003 Poonam Khanna

The Office Project Mayhem Built

Two years ago the projects at Bombardier didn't fair very well. For the most part, they were over time, over budget and off target. Now, Elio Neri estimates 95 per cent of projects

Published on: September 8th, 2003 Poonam Khanna