Data Management Archives - Page 15

Constellation aligns four initiatives for Citrix

Citrix Systems Inc. is creating a suite of products and services designed to take advantage of the next iteration of Microsoft’s server platform.Citrix has been working on a product set tentatively called Constellation

Published on: October 25th, 2005 Neil Sutton

Borland sets sights on Canadian partner business

Since taking the reins of Borland Canada in late 2002, Chris Corey, president and general manager, has had a clear focus on where to lead the company strategically. When CDN spoke with Corey

Published on: October 25th, 2005 Buket Oktem

StarOffice 8 makes its debut

Compatible with Windows, Linux and Solaris operating systems, the updated suite is based on open source technology and uses the OASIS OpenDocument file format, providing improved interoperability, according to Edward Moffat, head of

Published on: October 25th, 2005 Buket Oktem

SAP find the price is right for Canadian retail software firm

The head of a Toronto retail software company will have a special present to celebrate the firm’s 15th anniversary this month: A new owner.Privately-held Triversity Inc., which makes point-of-sale and related applications, is

Published on: October 18th, 2005 Howard Solomon

SAP aids Nortel in getting its house in order

Canada’s largest telecommunications equipment supplier is trying to get its house back in order through a global implementation of SAP’s latest enterprise resource planning suite.Speaking as part of a panel discussion for SAP’s

Published on: October 18th, 2005 Shane Schick

Gates unveils Office, Vista

Speaking at last month’s Professional Developers Conference, Gates predicted the transition to the next level of computing, from 32- to 64-bit, will be the smoothest to date, with 64-bit servers being adopted most

Published on: October 18th, 2005 Sarah Lysecki

LiveCycle now a ‘platform’

“The essence of what we’re announcing is our process automation capabilities” in LiveCycle 7, said Shawn Cadeau, director of product marketing for Adobe Canada’s intelligent document business unit.Previous versions focused on form design,

Published on: September 29th, 2005 Howard Solomon

Paint Shop Losing Exposure

As Ottawa-based Corel Corp. releases the latest versions of its photo editing and album software this month, it’s trying a different strategy: Not touting new features.“We’re moving away from the feature checklists battles

Published on: September 29th, 2005 Howard Solomon

Canadian content

Accpac was once a Canadian company. Now, after several decades and countless acquisitions, a Canadian will be running it. That is where Craig Downing finds himself. Accpac International is now under the Sage

Published on: September 21st, 2005 Paolo Del Nibletto

FileMaker overhauls its line

Two Canadian FileMaker partners say features in the newest version of the workgroup database will help make it a hit among developers.“We're really excited about FileMaker 8,” said Barney Lawn, CEO of CoreSolutions

Published on: September 21st, 2005 Howard Solomon

Novell links Linus to Microsoft apps

Novell Inc. has announced what it is dubbing as the first cross-platform systems management suite that allows businesses to manage their Windows workstations from a Linux platform.Novell Zenworks 7 Suite automates lifecycle management

Published on: September 21st, 2005 Sarah Lysecki

Macromedia shakes things up with Studio 8 release

Macromedia says the upcoming release of its Studio 8 suite of Web design applications will shake the world.“We've got a number of new areas which are ground-breaking innovations and industry firsts that will

Published on: September 20th, 2005 Paolo del Nibletto and Howard Solomon

SQL Server hits the mainstream with a no-cost version

Microsoft has unwrapped the line-up for SQL Server 2005, the company's flagship database. The versions includes a low-cost edition intended for resellers to grab a foothold in the entry level and small to

Published on: March 31st, 2005 Paolo Del Nibletto

Zeroing in on sales

Dale Jeffries would rather leave the zeros in the price of his product to the other guy — namely his larger competitors. Jeffries is president and CEO of Radio Beacon, a mid-market provider

Published on: March 15th, 2005 Jeff Mackie

Sun announces plans for open source Solaris 10

Sun Microsystems' decision to open source its Solaris 10 operating system will allow customers of Canadian VARs to save IT infrastructure costs, according to a reseller. Jack Murphy, CEO of MYRA Systems Corp.

Published on: March 15th, 2005 Jeff Mackie