Rogers Communications and SAP AG have announced plans to develop and manage the deployment of new enterprise mobile applications, which leverage the SAP mobile platform.
Internal collaboration in large corporations, making information available to mobile users, and cloud computing are some of the areas of use which users expect to be highly relevant for the use of enterprise architecture management (EAM) in the…
HP on Thursday outlined plans for what it described as a multi-year productivity initiative designed to simplify business processes, advance innovation and deliver better results for customers, employees and shareholders.
A new study from IBM Corp. of more than 1,700 Chief Executive Officers from 64 countries and 18 industries worldwide, reveals that CEOs are changing the nature of work by adding a powerful dose of openness, transparency and employee empowerment…
As one of Canada’s primary commercial centres, Toronto requires increasingly complex network infrastructure for its major industries, which include finance, telecommunications, education, and medical research, according to AT&T.
Avaya this week launched the Collaborative Cloud, which it describes as a strategic framework for delivering communications and collaboration applications and services to businesses through public, private and hybrid cloud models.
Two federal government departments plan to install the Oprama System cloud-based collaboration service to centralize the management, control and audit of its public infrastructure projects.
Mitel Corp. this week launched Contact Center Solution for VMware View, which the Ottawa firm says will enable contact centre managers to deploy and manage agents anywhere in the world, while empowering the centre to lower costs.
Trend Micro, in its annual threat round-up report, tags 2011 as “The Year of Data Breaches,” after “witnessing large, well-known companies succumb to targeted data breach attacks that not only stained reputations, but caused significant…
IBM Corp. recently released the sixth annual “IBM 5 in 5,” a list of innovations the company says has the potential to change the way people work, live and play over the next five years: