HomeInfrastructure

Infrastructure

Canada’s innovation strategy must play to its strengths and embrace diversity

The theme of this week’s Economist Summit was disruption, but a great deal of the talk was about where investments might be made to spark growth, particularly in infrastructure and talent cultivation

Time for business to care about IT infrastructure: IBM

It's time that line-of-business leaders became interested in their organization's IT infrastructure and its related capabilities, according to IBM Corp. Companies where business leaders are...

Web registrar says CIRA should face competition to operate dot-ca domain

One Toronto-based web domain registrar is upset about the Canadian Internet Registration Authority's (CIRA) plans to expand its mandate by offering new services. Mark Jeftovic,...

Citrix unveils new cloud platform for designing mobile workspaces

ANAHEIM, CALIF. – Citrix Systems Inc. has announced a new cloud-based platform for its partners and customers, giving them the power to design and...

Rogers Data Centres opens facility in disaster recovery hot spot Calgary

Rogers Data Centres is opening the doors to its third Calgary-based data centre and second Tier III data centre in Canada, the firm announced...

The end of Windows XP: Some still haven’t got the message

An official of a local government in Canada with thousands of desktop PCs recently got a shock, according to an industry analyst: Those end-of-support-for-Windows-XP...

myApollo taps Dell to build infrastructure to take on Facebook, Dropbox

Harvey Medcalf's Toronto-based startup sounds familiar at first. After hatching an idea in their parents' basements, a group of 20-somethings have formed a team...

Hangout: Dealing with data security in a BYOD world

Watch the Hangout replay below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMDeT_whjJQ Long gone are the days when an IT department was the sole issuer and administrator of technology within a company....

XO Communications deploys Canada-US high bandwidth data pipeline

XO Communications will be expanding its high-speed network services across all of Canada, the U.S.-based network provider announced today. While XO first moved into Canada...

Canada’s Internet infrastructure rivals U.S. standard: Akamai report

Canada is an Internet leader in the Americas region - with high scores across several benchmarks such as  speed and adoption that rival U.S....

Costs of IT downtime go beyond nuisance, expert warns

Recent headlines about IT infrastructure downtime have appeared in recent weeks, detailing the impact on several organizations in Canada. The prospect of suffering a...

Four myths about protecting your data

IT administrators may be the first line of defence against hackers eager to tap into companies’ networks. But even they may have some inaccurate...

WatchGuard adds data loss prevention service to appliances

Seattle-based unified threat management (UTM) solution provider WatchGuard Technologies is unveiling a data loss prevention (DLP) service for its appliances today, the company announced. XTM...

Fortinet’s new line of appliances converge security with networking

FortiGate 240D Made for: Mid-size firms, distributed enterprise, branch offices Ports: 38 copper and two fiber Throughput: 4 Gbps Price: $3,632 Scroll down for article. FortiGate 200D Made for: Mid-sized firms,...

Popular Posts

Infrastructure Blogs

Rise of CMO tech spending could lead to ‘shadow IT’ threat

With CMOs controlling more IT spending for organizations, so-called "shadow IT" is becoming a problem. The issue is that CMOs are implementing solutions without IT involvement and...

Slideshows