Leveraging Smart Cities Ideas to Make a Difference for Citizens

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The recent explosion of Smart cities competitions is shining the spotlight on ideas, innovation and experimentation in all of the participating cities. Many of these cities, shortlisted or not, have developed great approaches to reaping the benefits of technological transformations. Civic leaders everywhere are learning by example how to overcome the challenges that transforming cities creates.

In partnership with Cisco, IT World Canada (ITWC) will share some of the learnings, approaches and results from this exciting work. On May 7, join ITWC CIO and Chief Digital Officer Jim Love and City of Mississauga, CIO Shawn Slack for "Leveraging Smart Cities Ideas." In this one-hour webinar, Jim and Shawn will look into the potential benefits of "smart city thinking" and how future-minded municipalities can evolve thought into real, tangible benefits.

Together they will explore use cases and ideas covering:

  • How to leverage data for better services, planning, policy
  • The importance of social as well as financial results
  • How cities can clear the "How do we get started?" hurdle
  • The consolidation and sharing of data across multiple domains
  • The role and issues of procurement
  • Extending the benefits to smaller municipalities


Jim Love



Shawn Slack

Director Information Technology and Chief Information Officer,
City of Mississauga


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