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Phillippe Dufresne nominated to be next Canadian privacy commissioner

Philippe Dufresne is a former general counsel to the Canadian Human Rights Commission

Canadian CEOs rank sustainability and cyber risk as greatest challenges in 2022: IBM report

Canadian results from the IBM Institute for Business Value's global CEO study for 2022, Own Your Impact: Practical Pathways to Transformational Sustainability, released Thursday...

Thoughts from the CIOs of the Year

The CIO of the Year Awards wrapped up last week, highlighting chief information officers' accomplishments over the past year.  The were five awards presented; the...

Talking privacy with Harvey Jang, Cisco’s chief privacy officer

The biggest mistake IT leaders make in trying to secure sensitive data is not understanding where their data is and how it flows, says...

Canadian Technology Challenge – Transformation at the Speed of Innovation

It is a trend that comes as no surprise to Canadian IT professionals, technology providers, and industry observers: There is an inordinate number of...

Fireside Chat: Top priorities and challenges for digital transformation

Lessons learned, the power of people, how best to implement cloud services and the importance of playbooks were key discussion points during a fireside...

Digital Transformation Awards 2022: Digital Disruptor – BoomerangFX

For those unaware of a connection between the words “boomerang” and “healthcare,” meet BoomerangFX, a SaaS-based technology company that offers practice management solutions for...

Digital transformation Awards 2022: Small Private Sector – AOT Technologies

The pandemic forced many organizations to take a close look at what they do and how they can do it better. For Praveen Ramachandran...

2022 CanadianCIO Fireside Chat

If you’re a business executive in need of community and peer-to-peer learning experiences, you’d do well to check out this 15-minute video. In it, ITWC CIO Jim Love, Anatoli Olkhovets, Group VP, Peer Insights Gartner and Mayank Mehta, Group VP, Peer Insights Gartner, will discuss the value of community for executives who, for any number of reasons, may lack a sense of being “in the loop” and connected with their peers.

When Two Hats are Better than One

Some leaders pay lip service to the notion of lifelong learning, opting instead to settle for what they already know. Bobby Singh...

In Praise of Authentic Leadership

Rita Lazar-Tippe embraced authenticity long before it became a buzzword. As Director, Information, Insights, Innovation, and IT Operations with Alberta Pension Services...

A New Breed of Technology Leader

IT organizations will always need skilled technologists, but digital advances are creating a market for talented individuals from a variety of other...

The CIO of the Year Awards

The CIO of the Year Awards recognize Canadian technology leaders who have demonstrated business and technological vision, entrepreneurship, a capacity to drive enterprise transformation and a demonstrated ability to drive value in the marketplace.

The winners will be honoured on MAY 26, 2022.

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CIO Census

The CIO’s Imperative: Securing the Future

As 2021 draws to a close, Canadian CIOs continue to face an uncertain landscape. The global pandemic continues while business and customer demands continue to rise. At the same time, pressure to implement digital transformation remains high, and the impact of the pandemic has made cybersecurity an issue that CIOs are addressing with increasing concern and priority. But despite all this, CIOs remain optimistic. Why?

Find out by registering to receive the free 2021 CanadianCIO Census report. You will learn about the most pressing concerns and priorities of CIOs in Canada, gain insight, and identify trends that will help you prepare for the future.

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President to President Videos

ITWC’s Fawn Annan interviews leading Canadian tech executives on leadership