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Line of business to dominate cloud spending

Line of business (LOB) will lead cloud adoption in as little as two years. According to a new survey called...

April 6th, 2015 Dave Yin

Canadian execs cite data overload: SAS Canada

Canadian execs cite data overload: SAS Canada

About half of all senior Canadian business leaders are overwhelmed and underutilizing their analytical data, according to a new SAS...

May 3rd, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

Changing CIO role has IT impacts

Changing CIO role has IT impacts

IT World Canada’s 2008 State of the CIO survey presented some eye-opening findings about where chief information officers are spending...

March 19th, 2008 Greg Enright

Cdn firms taking ostrich approach

Cdn firms taking ostrich approach

A recent poll sponsored by managed IT services firm Fusepoint shows that while 75% of business executives in Canada feel...

October 31st, 2006 No Author

Editorial Viewpoint: Out of the mouths of CIOs

Editorial Viewpoint: Out of the mouths of CIOs

It’s been said a hundred different ways: “We’ve got to speak the language of the business.” “We’ve got to approach...

September 30th, 2006 David Carey

Seeking out better returns

Seeking out better returns

Jay Rollins wants to rein in unnecessary spending. He wants to leverage the size of his company to get better...

November 24th, 2005 Mary K. Pratt

Having a problem with IT? Blame the sales rep

Having a problem with IT? Blame the sales rep

Canadian information technology groups can’t seem to get IT right. That’s according market researchers Info-Tech Research Group. In a new...

August 9th, 2005 Dan McLean

Technology pros gaining ever-larger voice in buying

Technology pros gaining ever-larger voice in buying

IT managers have still got it. The "it" is a large hand in influencing IT purchasing decisions by Canadian business....

August 19th, 2004 Dan McLean

Selling the strategic value of IT

Selling the strategic value of IT

More than two-thirds of CIOs say that their CEOs view IT as a cost of doing business - and not,...

May 31st, 2004 Jon Surmacz