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Global cybersecurity firm Trend Micro announced it has partnered with Carleton University to launch the Women in Engineering and Information Technology (WiE&IT) program to support women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). As part of the program,...
A conversation with Senior IT leader, Treasurer of the Calgary Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada, Paul Parzen about what it is like to lose, accept the loss, and become ready to rebuild in a technical career.
Discussing the shifting trends in the cybersecurity industry, and the value of hands-on experience, skills development programs, and being flexible in hiring cybersecurity roles.
John Hill, Vice President of Digital and Information Technology at Suncor Energy, shares his insights to the benefit of those currently developing their IT strategies as well as those thinking about pursuing senior IT leadership positions.
IBM Canada is hosting a free virtual Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) summer camp from July 19 to 23 for students entering grades 7-12.
Whitehurst steps down as IBM president just 14 months after taking on the role.
Amazon plans to hire 1,800 new technology and corporate employees across all its Canadian corporate locations in 2021.
Last week, British Columbia government announced it is making the BC Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) Tech Pilot permanent and renaming it to BC PNP Tech. The program was originally set to expire at the end of June 2021.
What are some ways nonprofit leaders can access multimedia services better? Read on to find out.
This morning, Google Canada announced a $2 million commitment to help train job seekers in Canada for new careers in technology.