IT World Canada is proud to host the official members blog of the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS).
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:
Recently I interviewed three experts who shared their deep insights into the enterprise -- David Chesebrough, Robert Damashek and Elizabeth Southerlan. All are noted enterprise specialists in strategy, enterprise architecture, and transformation and operations
Is your professional development stuck? Then it's time to turn up the heat. Now’s the time to focus down hard and add to your professional arsenal. The great news is today there are
Do you believe that governments should be involved in regulating the Internet? Governments regulate almost everything else, but the Internet has evolved quite well without it. In December the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)
I am writing today not only as a CIPS member, but as chair of the outreach committee of the Canadian Association of Computer Science / Association d’Informatique Canadienne (CACS/AIC), which is organizing Canadian Computing Education
I recently attended a Webinar entitled “Computing Professionalism: Do Good and Avoid Evil … and why it is complicated to do that in computing”. It was very informative and so was the Q&A session
It was an amazing week at CES with over 150,000 delegates, 5,000 press, 3,200 plus exhibitors spread over more than 2 million square feet. One standout was the Mobile Apps Showdown and particularly