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Canada’s CIO: Smart cards don’t fit in GOL

TORONTO -- Technology and acceptance issues are keeping smart cards out of the Government On-Line project, according to Canada's chief information officer.Opportunities for introducing multiple application smart cards exist in many government departments,

Published on: August 21st, 2002 Monika Rola

CA prescribes added security for mobile doctors

TORONTO — Mobile technologies hold the promise of more accurate and efficient health care delivery, yet their use raises serious security concerns, attendees of the iNet Mini-Conference heard Wednesday.""The importance of protecting health

Published on: July 17th, 2002 Paul Fruitman

Comdex experts warn against post-9/11 complacency

TORONTO – Canadian companies are giving more thought to implementing security technology in their enterprise in the wake of 9/11, but a panel of experts at Comdex Canada 2002 said the processes around

Published on: July 12th, 2002 Gary Hilson

Radio frequency tool could secure airports

Albert Einstein once said, ""The world is a dangerous place -- not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.""Since Sept. 11, security

Published on: June 13th, 2002 Liam Lahey

Biometrics fact and fiction

Tom Cruise couldn't escape biometrics in the futuristic blockbuster Minority Report, but here in 2002, the technology hasn’t proven itself quite yet.An expert with EDS says vendors may claim biometric technology has matured,

Published on: June 11th, 2002 Jennifer Brown

BorCon experts say security issues stall Web Services

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- When it comes to the house Web services has built, the only consensus is the running water works.""The plumbing is there,"" said Simon Thornhill, vice-president and general manager of Borland's

Published on: May 21st, 2002 Gary Hilson

Ontario CIO says biometrics, PKI need improvement

OTTAWA -- Protecting electronic information and preventing cyber-crime can only be accomplished with public and private sector collaboration, the Ontario government’s chief information officer says. At the Canadian IT Security Symposium held this

Published on: May 15th, 2002 Liam Gerofsky

Future Shop brings configure-to-order to retail

Future Shop Ltd. has taken a page out of Burger King's book, only without the french fries.Canada's largest consumer electronics retailer launched the Cicero Computer Creation Stations across its 95 stores on Wednesday.

Published on: January 9th, 2002 Geoffrey Downey

Online retail sales to grow tenfold by 2006

Online retail sales in Canada will grow tenfold from $2.5 billion this year to $24 billion by 2006, says a new report by Forrester Research.That might sound big, but it will only represent

Published on: December 7th, 2001 Howard Solomon

Canadian retailers increase IT investments 45 per cent

Canadian retailers increased their IT budgets in 2001 in reaction to competition from at home and abroad, according to a study.According to The Canadian Retail Technology Survey, not only will retailers spend more

Published on: November 19th, 2001 Geoffrey Downey

Gaming industry ranks Xbox at midnight launch

With the launch of Microsoft’s much-vaunted Xbox video game console on Thursday, gamers across Canada will be exposed to what Ryan Mugford called the "truest vision of games brought to life."Mugford, Microsoft Canada

Published on: November 15th, 2001 Liam Lahey

Nintendo earmarks 100,000 GameCubes for Canadian shoppers

Primed to maintain its leadership position in the Canadian video game market, Nintendo of Canada Ltd. this week offered a sneak peek at its GameCube system in Toronto. Vancouver-based spokesperson Ron Bertram said

Published on: October 31st, 2001 Liam Lahey

FalconStor takes cautious steps into Canadian market

FalconStor Storage Inc., a new storage vendor in the U.S. market since April, has opened an office in Canada.That office currently consists of Mira Sharma working from her home in Markham, Ont. "We've

Published on: October 15th, 2001 Neil Sutton

Enhanced TV pairs e-commerce with digital cable

TORONTO -- An interactive television application may allow consumers to substitute their PC's mouse for a remote control to make electronic purchases.Rogers Cable Monday announced it would bring Enhanced TV to its Canadian

Published on: October 1st, 2001 Shane Schick

Nintendo puts off GameCube launch

Shipment of Nintendo's GameCube consoles has been delayed by 10 days in order to adequately supply the North American market, the company announced from its Space World conference in Tokyo on Thursday.The original

Published on: August 23rd, 2001 Neil Sutton