CTO – Dragan Nerandzic

Dragan NerandzicEricsson CanadaCTOWork Experience Chief Technology Officer, Ericsson Canada, since last June. “My role is to make sure frequency bands and specific requirements related to Canada are properly addressed in Ericsson's portfolio so

Published on: April 27th, 2007 CC Staff

Landline project delay gives Bell time to plan

Bell Canada's plans to expand its landline networks and delve into the IPTV market have stalled, but Canadian IT analysts say the company's ExpressVu television offering will tide the firm over while it

Published on: April 27th, 2007 Briony Smith

Cisco’s development chief sees consumer opportunities

The proverbial 800-lb. gorilla in network communications is also the king of the jungle, and can be a frightening and intimidating beast.Cisco Systems Inc. is the undisputed leader in most segments of the

Published on: April 27th, 2007 Dan McLean

ORION expands its network reach to service Ontario R&E community

Ontario's Optical Regional Advanced Network has finished installing optical networking equipment intended to boost the availability and coverage of its services to researchers across the province.The upgrade, which began late in 2005, expands

Published on: April 27th, 2007 Shane Schick

Entrust enters hardware encryption with $5 USB token

Entrust provides multi-factor authentication to businesses, including machine fingerprinting, question-and-answers, grid authorization, and out-of-band services, according to the company's chief technology officer, Chris Voice. It offers three platforms that cover authentication, transaction protection

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Briony Smith

A great match: Bridal registries and RFID

Canada's largest wedding registry service has wedded Wi-Fi and RFID technology so in-store shoppers can update their online wish lists in near-real time.William Ashley's “Wish Pad” is a clipboard that holds a customized

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Dave Webb

The phone so cool Canadians may never get to buy one

Don't get too excited - the model doesn't cwome with LG's LG-KE850, the handset it designed for Italian luxury goods designer Prada SPA. The phone is a tri-band GSM (Global System for Mobile

Published on: April 26th, 2007 CC Staff

Sony introduces data cartridge featuring 800GB

Storage Sony introduces LTO Ultrium4 data cartridge Sony of Canada Ltd. announced that the LTO Technology Provider Companies (TPC) has awarded Sony with a qualification and approval to manufacture and sell the fourth generation

Published on: April 26th, 2007 ITBusiness Staff

Don’t let them leave

They are the ones who carry around the experience and the information that makes up your company's lifeblood - its main corporate and competitive advantage. But how do you get this knowledge out

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Gail Balfour

You can’t bureaucratize corporate morality with IT automation

If it can be argued that corporations can have “a mind of their own,” is it possible that they can act morally and be held morally responsible for the actions of their employees?

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Mark Borkowski

Computing Canada’s next transition: Our merger with ComputerWorld

The recent merger of the Transcontinental Media IT Business Group with IT World Canada followed the same logic that that brings together rival firms in many other parts of the technology industry. When

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Shane Schick

SWIFT scandal exposes PIPEDA holes

A New York Times article last June revealed that, according to Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart's Report of Findings, “the United States Treasury used administrative subpoenas to access tens of thousands of records from

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Briony Smith

Toronto promotes its role as cluster of technology talent

When companies like Adobe and MasterFile want to find out who's using their images illegally, they don't hire a team of PR people to scan newspapers and magazines. Or at least, they don't

Published on: April 26th, 2007 Kathleen Sibley

ERP users search for a way to make tough changes

Businesses are rattling what they see as the shackles of their ERP systems, calling them restrictive and costly to maintain and upgrade.A recently released survey of Technology Evaluation Centre newsletter subscribers sponsored by

Published on: April 17th, 2007 Briony Smith