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Lakehead cuts ribbon on ATAC (10/03)

Lakehead University’s Advanced Technology and Academic Center (ATAC) has officially opened it doors. “ATAC provides modern, high-tech capability and connectivity that allows academic programming to be available literally throughout the world.

Stocks: hot or not?

KELLY LOUISEIZE Despite the lagging first and second quarter of this year, market and statistics gurus believe the numbers may show signs of recovery in the third quarter with investments in life sciences, software and clean tech companies.

SMEs get edge on IT strategies

Small- and medium-sized businesses in northeastern Ontario are being provided with an opportunity to integrate technology into their operations.

Fraud factor increases with technological advances (8/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Massive bankruptcies resulting from fraud in large western world companies have left a crisis in confidence in the markets and through the governments.

City wired, set to lure high-tech firms North

By IAN ROSS Being prepared with readily available space for technology-based companies is the business case behind renovations at Sudbury’s expanded downtown Technology Centre.

Network connects remote North (7/03)

By ANDREW WAREING Back in 1994, even while the Internet was in its infancy, a group of First Nations communities could already see its potential for communication.

High-speed network planned (7/03)

The Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute is embarking on a business plan for an Intranet network to serve six First Nations communities on Manitoulin Island, and a feasibility study into the construction of a new facility for the institute.

Improving local economies aim of new college program (7/03)

By ANDREW WAREING With a growing emphasis on community-based economic development initiatives, a new program on community and economic development seemed a natural addition at Northern College, says Mike Studd.

Competition advances IT industry (7/03)

By IAN ROSS Though a private consultant’s report once panned the federal government for imposing a telecommunications monopoly in Timmins, the city has always been served by a state-of-the-art network with competitive rates, says the director of the

Information highway path to new markets (6/03)

By ANDREW WAREING A small Timmins company is trying to make a big splash online to increase export opportunities.