With the end of the year upon us, Research in Motion's (RIM) CDN$66 million hostile takeover bid for encryption specialist Certicom has hit a snag.
Stories by Nestor E. Arellano
Two Canadian university students hope to plant the seeds of sustainability on Facebook with an application that monitors power consumption and uses peer pressure and the spirit of friendly competition inherent among many gardeners to foster energy conservation.
When an upgrade of its open source-based Web site threatened to overwhelm its budget, a Canadian IT career organization decided to give Linux the pink slip, and recruit Microsoft instead.
Many businesses fail to realize the full potential of their customer relationship management (CRM) software because of poor integration with existing applications and business processes.
Theft of laptops and other mobile devices is spiraling, and the consequences -- financial and other -- are getting increasingly dire.
In a bid to gain greater relevance within an increasingly young and tech-savvy congregation, some churches in North America are looking to deploy automated kiosks to collect donations from the faithful.
Top Nortel Networks executives admitted Thursday that past financial problems had slowed the company's growth, but said the new management team had a clear strategy to turn the telecommunication equipment maker's fortune around.
A cursory inspection of the lifejackets stashed under commercial airline seats could add as much as 30 minutes to an aircraft's time on the ground.
"In-person" meetings between employers and job seekers remain crucial to the IT hiring process, a recent survey indicates.
In the high stakes world of casino gambling, customer loyalty often trumps liquidity.
Canadian supporters of open source software believe the recently forged partnership between Microsoft and Novell will have negative repercussions for the free software community.
"There is no reason a person would want a computer in his home," said Ken Olsen, co-founder and head of then leading U.S. computer company Digital Equipment (DEC) in 1977. A decade later Olsen again infamously quipped: "UNIX is snake oil."
An IBM customer says Big Blue's new line of service-oriented architecture (SOA) products announced Wednesday will help his company minimize interoperability challenges.
"I get no respect." If that's how you feel your employees are treating you, it's possible they're just reflecting the attitude you're showing them, according to Ruth Hagg, author of a series of management books.
Meridian Credit Union -- Ontario's largest credit union -- recently rolled out a range of new software tools that allow its tellers to look customers in the eye.