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The CIO as business linchpin in the customer experience age

Until recently, customer experience, long a key focus for business leaders across most industries, was not on CIOs' "to-do" list. In the customer experience...

How to handle a cyber crisis

'Crisis management is a game of inches,' says Toronto expert Allan Bonner. Read why

98% of CIOs expect their companies to be digitally transformed within 5 years, Census finds

More than half of CIOs expect digital transformation to dramatically transform their business within two years, according to ITWC's latest CIO Census.

Digital transformation now part of CIO’s day-to-day

No matter the organization, digital transformation has a bigger impact on the day-to-day work of Canadian CIOs than previously thought, according to the 2017...

CanadianCIO of the Year Award and Ingenious Awards nominations are open

Nominations have opened for the Information and Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) CanadianCIO of the Year Award and 2017 Ingenious Awards, and it includes a new category for digital transformation.

CIOs, CISOs have to work together

Communications and respect are vital if the two are to work effectively for the enterprise

How a CanadianCIO nomination makes a difference

Know a CIO who is making an impact? Nominate them for an Ingenious Award. The nominations deadline has been extended until July 22

Advice to CIOs: Be fast, decisive and carry cable cutters

“Incremental change won't work,” says the IT leader. “It's like incrementally killing someone: It's called torture.” Read why

First-Person Review: End-Point Threat Protection

In the latest issue of CanadianCIO, we spoke with three end users for their take on the security products they have in place -- and how they’re keeping their organizations safe

IDC Directions & Canadian CIO Symposium: “Digital transformation is an opportunity to create new services and revenue streams”

At the IDC Directions & Canadian CIO Symposium, an ITWC-moderated panel -- featuring CIOs with experience working at CIBC Mellon, Tangerine Bank and the City of Toronto -- discussed strategies for adjusting to the business demands of digital transformation

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Overcoming five key challenges of data analytics in a hybrid environment

The ability to unlock the power of data is often seen as the key to business success. But first you have to find the...

INFOGRAPHIC: CanadianCIO Census 2015: The collaboration imperative

This year’s CanadianCIO Census, produced in partnership with Rogers Communications, offers some fascinating insights into what is guiding the decision-making of chief information officers...