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Stories by Briony Smith
Microsoft SharePoint Server implementations can get ugly.
Web site development service Sitemasher went live Monday with a new service geared toward making developers' lives a little easier.
Technology is an international language, but looking around vendor conferences and IT events often shows one major group relatively underrepresented: the black IT professional. ComputerWorld Canada spoke to a variety of black members of the Canadian (and American) IT professional community in search of an answer as to why this is, and whether it's changing.
Wikitravel and Certifi.ca founder Evan Prodromou launched last week an open-source microblogging tool that will give users -- including those in the enterprise -- an alternative to industry leader Twitter.
Two years ago, Canadian contactless micropayment vendor Dexit was quietly morphed into the point-of-sale company HDX. No-one cared much.
Disaster recovery and business continuity is somewhat of a misnomer, it turns out, according to Intel, which has set up a complex internal system of ongoing business continuity planning that render disaster recovery more like business as usual.
Business intelligence isn't just for crunching numbers for big scary corporations: it's being used by public servants to keep communities safe and happy.
Media processing vendor Pika Technologies announced Friday that its Warp appliance line is customer-ready and ready to slay the Nortels and Ciscos of the world in a bid for the small to mid-sized corporate tele-space.
Firewall and application control vendor Palo Alto Networks announced last week a few first-to-market features for its PA-4000 Series firewalls that allow organizations to identify and control applications and user behavior.
Symantec hosted a virtual round table last Friday that touched on some of the e-discovery issues troubling IT managers today, including the challenge of knowing what to chuck and what to keep.
Eugenio Lopez is an acclaimed ornithologist (read: he digs birds), and a mushroom enthusiast on the side, his hobby inspiring him to discover over 100 new species deep in the heart of the Costa Rican jungle. Nowhere on that CV, however, is an in-depth knowledge of data back-up and recovery, which is what led the man to a unique partnership with data recovery firm CBL, courtesy of a Burlingtonian high-school teacher.
Whether it's a bigger IT budget, more staff, a new process, or a better vendor deal, it often feels like management ain't buyin'. But there's hope.
Mobile technologies, from Wi-Fi to RFID, took center stage among the two-dozen-plus prototypes on display for the press last week at Microsoft Research's annual developer show-and-tell, TechFest.
Defragmenting software company Diskeeper recently released the new version of its product, Diskeeper 2008.