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Founded in 1958, CIPS members work tirelessly towards strengthening the Canadian IT industry by establishing standards and sharing best practices for the benefit of individual IT professionals and the sector as a whole. CIPS represents thousands of IT professionals across the country, who we also count among our readers. Through our organizational partnership we seek to escalate the discussion around IT professionalism in Canada as well as the other issues and concerns of CIPS members.
Veteran members of the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) regularly blog for ITWorldCanada.com, giving their insights on news and best practices in information technology. Latest blog posts from CIPS members:
Certain facts tend to get hidden when you deal with computers. Other professions have detailed lists of what they have to tell you in order to be ethical. Although the CIPS ethics statement
Reflecting on performance management, I decided to reach out to a connection for a comment on the idea of getting more done with more - managing. Here's the reply from Scott Simmerman, Ph.D. - "The Square Wheels Guy" :
A new landmark paper from the Federation of Enterprise Architecture Professional Organizations (FEAPO) has found that more than 80 per cent of organizations do not successfully execute their business strategies. In over 70 per cent of
Hello Regular Readers In February 2011 I persevered through Microsoft’s online release of the Surface Pro 128 and got one, at release, online, despite a marathon journey through rejected credit cards that were
This blog post continues Matthew Kern's discussion about enterprise architecture. For the previous post click here. See here for part one in the series. Last month we went over the last two of
IT professional. Nice title but what does it really mean? A professional, according to Merriam-Webster, “relating to a job that requires special education, training, or skill”. All three are required by IT professionals