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Gartner’s advice: Don’t tell anyone you work in IT

The transformation of IT into a business reaches the next stage of evolution

Canadian firms admit data protection challenges

The top issues identified facing the enterprise include best practices, data protection and access management

Hacker unveils the basics at SecTor

Ethical hacker tells audience that lethal threats can be avoided easily with some common sense

Oracle tops corporate software usage study

The vendor leads in BI and CRM, while SAP has the lead on ERP

Microsoft delivers XP SP3 release candidate

The final release data remains vague, with the first half of 2008 targeted

Vista sales hit 88 million, up 47% since July

However, analysts says IT managers are still cautious on Vista migration

Reports of the Internet’s death have been greatly exaggerated

Plus, managing project expectations and Amazon's Kindle

HP’s All-in-One storage instant rebate offer

HP Canada and Tech Data Canada partner on a promotion

New hardware purchasing insights

Customers are not looking for the cheapest price, but the one that works within their budget

Blackberry Curve offers more choice

It's a device with sleek curves, complete with chrome highlights and the trackball that everyone seemed to love

The UPS makes an Evolution

MGE unveils its latest UPS with remote capabilities for monitoring and management

Implementation factors give Green IT a red light

Nearly half of all Canadian data centres have gone green, but the rest are far behind

The John Chambers echo chamber

Plus, Rogers goes video and Office goes hard to use

TomorrowNow CEO resigns; SAP might sell subsidiary

Oracle's lawsuit against SAP and TomorrowNow is still pending

Vista SP1 no faster than stock OS, say testing experts

Tester says it's not bugs or a lack of fine tuning, but Vista's architecture and feature set

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