Parmalat Canada had been using an outside provider for help desk services, but when the contract ended it turned to a long-time VAR partner and added to that relationship
Steve Ballmer and Ray Ozzie may be the men with the plan after Gates finally steps down
Flat panels may be eye candy but that doesn’t mean the event staff has to be as well
Intel will offer the first samples of vPro, a platform for business PC customers, before the end of this quarter, building more management tools, virtualization and energy efficiency features into its desktop processors and chipsets.
Aiming products at the usual vertical markets doesn’t help anyone anymore
Apple’s weird, wonderful journey towards its 30th anniversary
Novell outlines its next phase of open source with Suse Linux and virtualization
EMC has welcomed back an executivewho took a tour of duty with one of the world’s largest business intelligence vendors by appointing him to lead its Canadian operations.
Canadian company has to pay US$612 million for peace with opponent
Stephen Harper’s victory could change Canada’s IT landscape
Research firm says vendors ignore Canada’s untapped mid-market
The urge to label everything 2.0 is revising our perception of progress
Frank Clegg’s successor follows in his footsteps by putting family ahead of career ambitions
New channel initiatives for Viiv chip include more co-op branding
Industry association calls for review of technology depreciation cycles