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Winter 2006

Globe and Mail Update

COLUMNS AND DEPARTMENTS

Editor's Note
An ode to togetherness
By Simon Beck

Here comes the virtual hard drive
All the big players, including Google, are working on solutions to allow you to access your workplace files anywhere
By Mathew Ingram

Good riddance to stuffing envelopes
With the aid of online business tools, blogs and RSS feeds, there's never been a better time to run your own company
By Paul Lima

CIO Confessions
Catherine Aczel Boivie from Pacific Blue Cross

Q&A
Sam Lucente, VP of design for Hewlett-Packard

To VoIP or not to VoIP
By Naomi Strasser

FEATURES

Can we close the IT gap?
Many of our businesses are still running on systems built years ago, so we'd better be ready when then brains that run them retire
By Peter Thompson

Everyone on the same page
The workplace is being transformed to Web-based applications that allow employees to work together on documents in real time, wherever they are
By Paul Lima

The Ladies on Line 1, Avril on IM
How PDAs keep a music company in tune with its stable of famous artists
By David Pye

Is it real, or is it a video conference?
For nearly two decades, it has promised much and delivered little. But cutting-edge technology is finally allowing video meeting to come of age
By Ian Harvey

Yes, they are being served
How a tool to keep track of employees brought order to an upscale department store chain
By Denise Deveau

Changing the playing field
Microsoft's next suite of desktop software has nifty new features and an easier-to-use interface. But how quickly will businesses take the leap?
By Grant Buckler

An instant money saver?
With its huge cost-cutting potential for cellphone calling, voice over instant messaging could shake up the mobile industry
By Denise Deveau

Just sign on the virtual line
A lot has changed in the world of digital signatures
By Terrence Belford

Attack of the 50-foot disclaimer
Notice: This article may or may not contain information about the crazy proliferation of legal footnotes on e-mails
By Brian Christmas

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