tees up for Computer Charity Golf Classic will once again be sponsoring the the Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic on Sept. 1, 2004.

Now in its 20th year, the event is a premier golfing tournament that brings together the computer industry to help raise funds for two worthy causes.

The first is The Easter Seal Society, Ontario which helps children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities. The second is the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation for Cancer Research. Since its inception, the tournament has helped raise over $2,000,000 for these deserving charities.

As well as supporting worthy causes, the Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic offers its sponsors unique marketing and networking opportunities. Hosting over 300 golfers and representing close to 100 organizations from Canada’s technology sector, the tournament sells out every year.

Participants will enjoy playing at Angus Glen Golf Club located in Markham, Ontario. Angus Glen is designed and groomed to excite every level of golfer and offers its guests one of Ontario’s finest golfing experiences.

Besides great golf, participants will enjoy lunch, dinner, entertainment, a silent auction, a live auction and a prize table. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.



In the upcoming July/August issue, EDGE magazine investigates the differences between failed and successful e-marketplaces and the supply chain’s Next Big Thing: radio frequency identification. In September, EDGE takes on the touchy subject of ERP licensing and looks at some of the creative alternatives on offer.

Building on the success of the first executive breakfast event in June, the EDGE Breakfast Series continues in October with a morning event called When Outsourcing Becomes Smartsourcing. Watch for more details.

Contact: Martin Slofstra

IT Business Report

The last IT Business Report of the year prints in September. Technology for Growth will focus on IT resources for small and medium businesses and how to use them.

Contact: Dave Webb

Communications & Networking

Internet Protocol version 6 provides far more IP addresses than version 4. Ipv6 also provides additional features for mobility and security. Find out more about IPv6 in the July issue of Communications & Networking, which also includes a feature article on remote access and a case study on a Quebec insurance company’s use of IP telephony. Also watch for the August issue, which includes a feature on broadband wireless.

Contact: Greg Meckbach

Sales contact for all the above: Brad McBride

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