Data Management Archives - Page 15

Two flavours of SBS

In an effort to cater to the SMB market, Microsoft rolled out Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003. For the first time, SBS will have two flavours to offer customers to meet different

Published on: January 29th, 2004 CDN Staff

InDesign special edition to lure PageMaker users

Adobe Systems Inc. has released a special edition of InDesign aimed at luring PageMaker users to switch to its newer graphics publishing brother. ""We've never had the option of developing as much for

Published on: January 29th, 2004 Sarah Lysecki

Girls just want write Code

The world of the software developer has been turned on its ear in the past couple of years. The heady days of the dot-com boom, with its soaring paycheques and a market that

Published on: January 29th, 2004 Lynn Greiner

Andy Aicklen, President of PeopleSoft Canada

Peoplesoft to acquire J.D. Edwards! Wait; scratch that, Oracle is acquiring PeopleSoft through a hostile takeover! Oracle CEO Larry Ellison plans to shelve PeopleSoft after the deal is finalized! What happens to J.D.

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 ITBusiness Staff

Derek Burney, CEO Corel Corp.

Two years ago, Corel CEO Derek Burney was CDN's 2001 Top Newsmaker. However, he keeps slipping down the list as the software graphics company struggles. This year he placed 14th on our list

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 ITBusiness Staff

Frank Clegg, President of Microsoft Canada

In terms of volume of news, Frank Clegg, president of Microsoft Canada should rank No. 1 on the Top 25 Newsmakers list. The head man for Microsoft in Canada was everywhere this year.

Published on: December 22nd, 2003 Paolo Del Nibletto

Progress making progress

A year ago Progress Software, which makes a database, middleware and tools used by independent software vendors and companies for building applications, decided to shake up its Canadian unit. Apparently it worked. This

Published on: November 25th, 2003 Howard Solomon

California dreaming

As you read this, Rudolf Melik is packing for California. The president and CEO of Montreal-based Tenrox Inc. will open the new headquarters of the time and billing software company in Pasadena, Calif.,

Published on: November 18th, 2003 Howard Solomon

Season of the printer

The paperless office isn't happening. We're printing more documents than ever before, and printing solutions have become even more relevant in the business world.Colour, multi-function devices and wireless are all emerging trends in

Published on: June 20th, 2003 Vawn Himmelsbach

ERP with an accounting background

When small and medium-sized companies want accounting applications, AccPac is generally near the top of the list. But what about when the same company wants an enterprise resource planning solution? They don't call

Published on: May 6th, 2003 Sandra Bolan

Keeping everyone in the loop

Large-scale enterprise resource planning vendors have maxxed out their best clients and are scurrying to find new markets. Since every ERP vendor knew this day would come, they have spent the past few

Published on: May 6th, 2003 Sandra Bolan

When Disaster Strikes

Elana Samuels has two lives. In one, she's a value-added reseller coming to the rescue of clients with a lot of fires to put out. In the second, she's a storage solution provider

Published on: March 12th, 2003 Michelle Douglass

Wasting away: Resellers fear proposed garbage levy will discourage sales

Like many computer users across the nation, Tim Moore doesn't know how to get rid of old equipment he has around his house. ""I have a couple of non-functioning monitors and I don't

Published on: January 20th, 2003 Howard Solomon

When bad things happen to good data

To the PhD student who came in desperation to Markham, Ont.-based CBL Data Recovery, it was a corrupt floppy disk containing what had been the only copy of an all-important thesis. To the

Published on: November 5th, 2002 Lynn Greiner

Sobeys fires SAP over ERP debacle

Jennifer Brown Canadian grocery giant Sobeys Inc. said it has no plans to reconsider its decision to pull the plug on its year-old, SAP-powered ERP system. The Stellarton, N.S.-based company claims the system

Published on: February 9th, 2001 CDN Staff