This account looks like it’s just getting going, but could be a great way to keep up with the visual highlights from events like CIOCAN’s annual Peer Forum and chapter meetings.
Like the Instagram accounts of Gartner and other research or consulting firms, this is primarily used as a recruitment tactic, showing off employees in unusual situations. Not a bad way for CIOs to get some inspiration on how to better engage their own staff or attract the next generation of IT departments.
It’s one of the biggest vendors in the country, and this might be the best way to get a real sense of what the mobile workforce and other technology-driven trends will look like.
Some of the best minds in computer science graduate from this school. Might as well get an early look at who you might be hiring — or working for — in the years to come.
It’s a global industry association but has lots of local activity here, including research that breaks out Canadian-specific stats.
Your next discussion on what devices should be added to the organization’s BYOD policy may begin with what’s shared from this popular technology retailer.
Instagram has proven a great place for the company to demonstrate how it’s innovating with technology, including the recent 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto, which featured its countdown clock.
If you can’t make it to Montreal, here’s the best place to glimpse the companies that may turn out to be the big IT vendors of the future.