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75 % of IT Leaders Anticipating Budget Cuts, says Info-Tech Research Group Poll

Despite heavy government intervention to allay further financial crises, many US and Canadian Information Technology leaders are anticipating budget impact from the downturn and should be preparing to manage with less, a recent poll by Info-Tech Research Group indicates. The poll, conducted over the past month, shows that 75 per cent of respondents are anticipating cuts, with expectations ranging anywhere from being 'possible' to 'very likely'.

D&H Canada Trains VARs To Support Windows 10

D&H Canada says it is offering programs and training opportunities to support resellers throughout the launch of Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system. Windows 10-oriented content includes an on-demand Solutions Lab webcast...

Laptop WiFi Affects Male Fertility

Men who use laptop computers with the WiFi turned on risk fertility problems, according to a new medical study being presented this week. "This is the first study showing that microwave radiation...

Google to buy mobile ad network for $750M

Google Inc. is stepping up its push to sell advertising on cell phones, announcing a deal Monday to buy a mobile ad network, AdMob, for $750 million in stock. Google already has...

Trend Micro Latest Threat Report Highlights Concerns for Q4 and Holiday Shopping Season

Experts observe sustained wave of Apple-related phishing sites and online banking malware increase

McAfee Inc. Offers Tips for a Spam-Free Summer

Helps E-mail Users Say "No, Thanks" to Unwanted Messages

Pure Technologies Names One of Canada’s Top Ten Cleantech companies

Pure Technologies Ltd., ("Pure") is pleased to announce today it has been named one of Corporate Knight Magazine's top ten publicly held companies in the Cleantech realm. The Cleantech 10 category was...

TELUS introduces Future Friendly Office to simplify communications for Canadian SMBs

TELUS teams with Cisco to deliver sophisticated, affordable, easy-to-manage communications capabilities

Scarcity of Semiconductors Expected!

Japan’s earthquake and tsunami could result in significant shortages of electronic components and prompt prices to dramatically rise, market research analyst iSuppli has warned.

Oracle Previews Next Release of Oracle E-Business Suite

Highlights of Oracle E-Business Suite 11i.10 Include Enhanced Integration Capabilities, Increased Industry Functionality