You can tell a lot about a Twitter user by what they choose as a “pinned tweet.”
When the social media service created a new look and feel for individual user profiles a few months ago, it added an option to select one of the 140-character postings you’ve shared and have it semi-permanently fixed near the top.
For Geoff Hogan, IT director at Grey County, Ont. and a self-described rural broadband evangelist, it was a comment about the sometimes false promises of moving to host technology infrastructure that deserves a place of prominence.
— Geoff Hogan (@geoffhogan) April 11, 2014
Over at Seneca College, meanwhile, CIO Roy Hart makes sharing great quotes is an ongoing part of his feet, including some wisdom he recently gained from a senior security executive at one of the world’s best-known business software firms.
Mary-Ann Davidson, CSO, Oracle – "we need to build on a solid infrastructure platform, take an engineering approach – build secure software"
— Roy Hart (@rah2024) June 25, 2014
And finally, it doesn’t get much better than this gem recently retweeted by Glenn Lanteigne, CIO at LifeLabs Medical Laboratory Services, who found great insight from a colleague at an industry conference.
— HIMSS (@HIMSS) June 16, 2014
Have you come across other great quotes from (or just retweeted by) Canadian CIOs on Twitter? Share them with us in the comments below!
Gestion des processus commerciaux stratégiques en nuage
L'enthousiasme que suscite l'informatique en nuage n'est pas lié aux TI à la demande, mais bien à l'innovation à la demande, optimisée par la gestion des processus commerciaux en nuage. Les dirigeants veulent que leur entreprise devienne transformationnelle, et non seulement transactionnelle.