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Lily Mok, vice president, analyst at Gartner, says there are three ways chief information officers (CIOs) can attract and retain IT talent in 2022...

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According to Deloitte, tech-knowledgeable director representation on corporate boards went from 10 per cent in 2012 to 17 per cent five years later. High...

How to get AI right and keep it that way

By Alan Duncan, Gartner, Inc. Given the pervasive nature of artificial intelligence (AI), the consequences of getting AI right or wrong are potentially profound....

How to fight digital transformation fatigue

How CIOs can nudge, prod, and hack their way to a transformed corporate culture.

Prepare for the key driving forces that will impact smart mobility

Several factors are pushing the automotive industry to reinvent themselves around the concept of personal mobility and the implications will ripple across many industries.

CanadianCIO Census 2018 reveals outsourcing disappointment is still commonplace

ITWCs latest CanadianCIO Census survey shows that outsourcing continues to disappoint more often than cloud. We explore the reasons why.

5 lessons learned at the CanadianCIO Summit – in photos

Technology leaders from across Canada, in the public and private sectors alike, met to share their learnings on the topics of artificial intelligence, emerging technologies such as blockchain, cloud infrastructure, privacy in a GDPR world, and security.

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