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#ITWCjobs: An ITWorldCanada.com Twitter chat

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...

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Investigating the ROI of Desktop Virtualization

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...

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The app delivery bridge CIOs need to build

If you’re struggling as an organization to create successful enterprise apps, the last thing you probably want is a vendor to come up with a...

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Golden night for ITWC at Canadian Online Publishing Awards

IT World Canada (ITWC) was recognized across several of its digital publications and in multiple categories at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs) held on...

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Growth vs. risk: How smart CIOs strike the balance

In the investment world, there is a single principle that determines your success. The principle doesn’t require insider knowledge. It doesn’t require knowledge of reading...

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Three reasons why executives find IT to be such an enigma

When your team needs to change its practices and skills

You've got old systems that still must be maintained; you've got a backlog of small changes; and you know your team has to change how...

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Canadians shy about mobile buying, says market study

With an increasing number of Canadians using mobile device for work as well as play, the ability to buy products online is tempting, particularly as...

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Intel shows peek of PC on a stick

IT companies are known for giving peeks at upcoming products, sometimes at user group conferences or at trade shows. On Thursday Intel had a quick...

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University of Alberta uses IBM InfoSphere Stream for research

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...

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Facial referencing technology enhances safety at B.C. ski resort

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...

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Azure vs. AWS

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...

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BlackBerry highlights enterprise-focused add-ons to BES 12

BlackBerry is introducing a number of add-ons to its enterprise server software it readies the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) 12 release. Aiming to win back...

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Why employees shun company-bought software

For many organizations across Canada, workers - and sometimes entire departments – using solutions not vetted by the IT department, is one of the major...

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Three reasons why executives find IT to be such an enigma

IT still plagues too many businesses as an enigma. Here’s how you can solve that.

Over the course of my career as an IT professional, I have come across more frustrated business users and executives than those that truly know...

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