Jim Love – FCMC, H.BA CIO IT World Canada

With an extensive background in IT, Jim Love is CIO for IT World Canada and a part-time professor at the University of Waterloo and York University. He has previously held senior level positions in management consulting at Ernst and Young and as Global Vice President for DMR Group (now Fijitsu).

Notable Achievements

  • Part of group which published Information Paradox and popularized many concepts used in strategic technology today, including Portfolio management
  • Senior member of team that ran Innovate Inc. – a specialized boot camp for technology start-ups at University of Waterloo.
  • Frequently published:
    – Cutter Journal of IT (feature writer and guest editor)
    – IT World – Roundtable briefs
    – IT World – CIO to CIO Video Briefings
  • Coach – Technology Startups

Jim Love: On Video

Articles written by Jim Love

Hashtag Trending Jun.2-Google attacks Microsoft over cloud licensing policies; Dell’s revenue and profit surpass estimates; OpenAI adds new feature making it easier to share conversations

Hashtag Trending Jun.1-OpenAI fastest growing website; European Commission calls for a voluntary code of responsible and ethical AI development; Reddit ups the cost of using its API

In memory of ITWC CEO Fawn Annan

Hashtag Trending May 31- Kaseya partners with Cysurance to simplify cyber insurance for SMBs; Cisco security team unveil new malware; AI CEOs raise concerns about “risk of extinction from AI”

Hashtag Trending May 30th-JPMorgan, Apple and Paypal top list of companies that customers say protect their information “well”; RedHat’s CTO says its LLMs are curated, unlike ChatGPT; Can you power a car using milk?

Sustainability and IT with Robert Barton, CTO Cisco Canada for Hashtag Trending, the Weekend Edition

Hashtag Trending May 26-Microsoft predicts that deep fakes are the greatest threat from AI; Gartner survey shows government CIOs not satisfied with DX rate; Meta doubles down on layoffs

Hashtag Trending May 25-TikTok, Meta, Twitter score dismal marks for reputation; Elon Musk muses about developing a competitor to ChatGPT; Alibaba gets rid of cloud offering

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