Two Canadian tech company bosses on our video roundup

This week, we have the chiefs of two Canadian software vendors on our video roundup:
IN CONVERSATION: MARK ABOUD SAP’s managing director for Canada discusses the challenges brought to the enterprise by the consumerization of IT with ComputerWorld Canada editor Dave Webb.
THE WIRE: INTEL GETS SLIM Intel plans to invest $300 million in companies that develop new technologies for Ultrabooks, Intel’s name for an emerging class of super-thin laptop, meant to compete with Apple’s smash-hit Macbook Air and the Sony Vaio Z.
COMPUTERWORLD: SOFTWARE AG CANADA APPOINTS NEW LEADER Scott Camarotti takes on the role of vice-president and general manager for the business process management vendor’s Canadian operations. He outlines his plans for Canada with ComputerWorld Canada senior writer Kathleen Lau.

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