Latest CIO News

New CIOCAN chapter in Atlantic Canada to hold debut event Wednesday

Anyone who visits the website of the CIO Association of Canada (CIOCAN) today and lands on the page enumerating the group’s various chapters will...

Analyst insights: 6 Ways to Secure Business Support for Data and Analytics

Every executive should be able to justify the cost and demonstrate the business value of their initiatives, including data and analytics (D&A) leaders. This...

Info-Tech report flags seven trends CIOs need to anticipate in 2023

Info-Tech Research Group has released its 2023 Tech Trends report, containing what it described as seven data-driven trends and findings based on a survey...

Big Tech Q4 earnings proof big trouble ahead on economic front: Analyst

News that the mega-vendors reported weaker than expected earnings last week is just one of many signals that this is not just a blip,...

CIOs and technical experts deliberate on government of Canada’s directive on automated decision making

A total of 80 technical experts and chief information officers (CIOs), from CIO Strategy Council were invited to participate in a roundtable and provide...

Canadian CIO Association (CIOCAN) – New chapter chairs

The CIO Association of Canada (CIOCAN) brings together chief information officers (CIOs) and chief information security officers (CISOs) from organizations across Canada. It has...

Trio of experts explores the complex world of ransomware

A critical and timely question was asked early this week at IT World Canada’s MapleSEC conference, during a panel that revolved around ransomware and...

CISOs must be proactive in their cyber strategies, MapleSEC conference told

Fight back against adversaries with a smart cybersecurity platform, conference told. Read how

CIO Census

The Way Forward: Building the Digital Enterprise

The global crisis that began in early 2020 has forced organizations to change. After an extended period spent in “get through today” mode, CIOs are now working to adapt to nearly nonstop change, and forge a path into a hyperdigital future.

This year’s CanadianCIO Census Report provides insights and data about the Canadian CIO and the organizations they serve.

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Manfred Boudreaux-Dehmer CIO, NATO – Interview on Leadership in the Digital Enterprise

Most companies and organizations are now fully in transformation mode, changing continuously on not only the process level, but also in terms...

Ten key attributes of leadership success Leadership in the Digital Enterprise: Gary Davenport

With technology evolving at a rapid pace, leadership in IT becomes less a matter of telling people what to do as turning...

Government CIO: Leadership is about patience and strong relationships

Mohammad Qureshi has had a varied and interesting career that has led to his current position as Government of Ontario CIO and...

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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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.

President to President Videos

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