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CanadianCIO adds a new focus on executive content. Increasingly, technology leadership requires new skills within the area of strategic sourcing.

This new editorial focus will raise the bar on such discussions and bring our audience the real information that they need to succeed facing the new challenges of our industry.

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ITAC CanadianCIO of the Year Award

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Who will be the top CIOs for 2016?

The nominations for the ITAC CanadianCIO of the Year Award have now closed and the judges are evaluating the submissions. Thanks to everyone who submitted a nomination. The winners – one for the private sector and one for the public sector – will be announced at the Ingenious Awards, Gala Reception and Dinner, November 8  at the Four Seasons Hotel,  Toronto.

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CanadianCIO Census 2016

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screen-shot-2016-11-08-at-8-28-56-amThe role of the CIO is evolving. They are increasingly perceived as top level executives that are being asked to weigh-in at senior meetings about non-IT issues. At the same time, however, the business side of operations is gaining sway over the IT budget and successfully dictating IT purchase priorities. Day to day priorities include operational concerns like security, privacy, reliability and managing budgets, but a new priority is emerging; business innovation.

Does this sound like you? Has your job evolved along these lines in the last year? Do you know how effective your spending is versus your competitors? Do you see the same challenges on the horizon as your peers?

The CanadianCIO 2016 census will help you answer those questions and more. Based on detailed survey results from more than 100 senior technology leaders, the new report offers insights on issues ranging from stature and spend to challenges and the opportunities ahead.

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CanadianCIO Innovation Summit 2016

September 24 -26, 2016

J.W. Marriott : The Rosseau, Muskoka Resort & Spa

Set at a luxury resort in beautiful Muskoka, this year’s Summit focused on digital transformation and featured interactive sessions exploring the options available to CIOs to shape the future. Whether it was an engaging presentation on blockchain, an animated discussion about the talent deficit or an exploration of the connected world of the new digital customer, the 25 CIOs in attendance participated with gusto. The 2.5 day seminar may not have solved all the problem facing organizations girding for the coming digital transformation storm, but no one left without at least one actionable item and a new cadre of colleagues with whom they can now bounce ideas.

Please explore the stories, videos and photo galleries that document the Cogeco Peer 1 sponsored event. We look forward to building on the relationships created during the Summit to fuel inspired content and events throughout the year.

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CIO Executive Roundtable Highlight Reports

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The Use Cases for Data Security

October 4, 2016
Sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise


Building Business Value with Hybrid Cloud

September 14, 2016
Sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise


Why Adopt a Cloud-First Strategy?

Calgary, April 2016
Brought to you by Microsoft | Telus



Three goals for new Financial Institution architecture
JUNE 14, 2016
Sponsored by redhat | intel


Your Data Deserves Better
MAY 12, 2016
Sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise

 

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CanadianCIO Certified

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CanadianCIO CertifiedWhen you are searching for a whitepaper, few things are more frustrating than wasting time reading a blatant product pitch. CanadianCIO Certified documents eliminate the “fluff” by ensuring that each paper contains the all-important “Three R’s” – Relevant | Reliable | Reduced.

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Featured CanadianCIO Video Content

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CanadianCIO TV is an ongoing Web series where we talk across the entire C-suite to explore how executives can successfully move through each stage of a project cycle.

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CanadianCIO Who’s Who

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Canada’s IT community

Canadian CIO Who’s Who is dedicated to profiling and celebrating the people and events in Canada’s IT community. We thought one of the best ways to do this was to profile those people who have been featured in our publications and events.

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