After a flurry of acquisition activity, ERP software vendor SSA Global Technologies used its recent SSA Global Client Forum in Philadelphia to show it has managed to forge a clear product roadmap.
Stories by Ryan B. Patrick
At its Summit 2004 user conference Tuesday, Information Builders Inc. (IBI) announced the availability of its business performance management (BPM) framework, formally marking the company's entry to providing what it calls an orthodox BPM balanced-scorecard approach.
Despite the recent news that Computer Associates International Inc.'s chairman and chief executive officer Sanjay Kumar will step down, Canadian CA customers are putting on a brave face.
Count Brian Zwilling among the growing number of IT execs who have concluded that collecting data on a spreadsheet is not enough.
TORONTO (04/02/2004) - For London Drugs Ltd., the prescription for IT success was in data reconciliation. The Vancouver-based retail chain, with 59 outlets in British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Alberta is currently streamlining data using reporting services by implementing a business intelligence (BI) product from Microsoft Corp.
TORONTO (03/03/2004) - In light of the U.S. Department of Justice's (DoJ) recent move to block the Oracle Corp. acquisition, the "cloud" that had been hovering over PeopleSoft Inc. is thinning, PeopleSoft Canada execs said Tuesday.
TORONTO (02/27/2004) - For Sasha Puric, the IT director responsible for Toronto's Air Canada Centre (ACC), setting up its new Wi-Fi infrastructure was a virtual slam dunk.
TORONTO (01/15/2004) - Microsoft Canada Co. and Hewlett Packard (Canada) Co. will team up to oversee an investment fund designed to give nascent Canadian software firms a boost.
Sun Microsystems took the wraps off its Project Orion initiative on Tuesday at the company's Sun Network conference, rebranding its family of software infrastructure solutions under the Java Enterprise System.
Additional flaws have been revealed in Secure Shell (SSH) protocol implementations in SSH clients and servers from a variety of vendors, according to the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University.
"Wireless isn't quite there yet"
For the third year in a row, respect rates higher than remuneration in the High Tech Worker Survey Report conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting, ComputerWorld Canada and Network World Canada.
19% of respondents cited employee resistance as a barrier