I find it really hard to believe any country can claim 52 percent of their organizations have created a new group focused on innovation, but if it's true Canadian CIOs might want to plan a visit to Iberia. A presentation from Phil Carter, vice-president of IDC European Research, was recently
The job hunt can be a frustrating process for both those who seek, and those who are looking to hire. That's no different in IT - even though it's a field full of opportunities, candidates often feel pressured to show prospective employers they have the right skills. And hiring managers
Nutanix presents the business case for a validated desktop virtualization solution with Citrix. Attend the webinar to learn how traditional IT infrastructure impedes virtualization and how this joint solution overcomes those limitations to enhance performance, reduce complexity, and is cheaper, simpler, and faster. Click here to register for the webinar.
A group of Canadian and internal researchers and graduate students working on the University of Alberta’s climate research project is using IBM’s InfoSphere Stream software to crunch, correlate and analyze data in order to detect, visualize and predict subtle changes in the environment. The software provides real-time analysis for more
Whistler Blackcomb is hoping to catch more thieves and illegitimate thrill seekers with a new network of surveillance cameras, and high-tech software that uses facial referencing technology. North America's largest combined resort recently replaced its aging video surveillance systems with a new high-tech network, connected via fibre cable stretching from
Amazon Web Services is largely considered a leader in the global infrastructure-as-a-cloud (IaaS) market but Microsoft Corp.’s Azure cloud computing platform has also been gaining some ground. Gartner recently conducted a research on the two IaaS solutions. And Kyle Hilgendorf, IaaS research director for Gartner, said that while most organizations