Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson, Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, Surrey, BC Mayor Doug McCallum, BC’s Chief Digital Officer Jaime Boyd, Calgary CIO Jan Bradley, and Vancouver CIO, Catherine Chick, headline the participants for the three-hour virtual event.The post Technicity West: What’s next for digital government? first appeared on IT World Canada.
IBM Canada Claude Guay took over as the head of IBM's Canadian business in the middle of a global pandemic in 2020. He sat down with ITWC president Fawn Annan to discuss the changes he's seeing from clients both culturally and digitally.The post President to President with IBM Canada president, Claude Guay first appeared on IT World Canada.
The latest GCDCS event went virtual in December 2020, but that didn’t prevent the folks at InsightaaS from filling the event up with a long list of experts like Mark Monroe, Eugene Roman and Susanna Kass.The post Top takeaways from the 2020 Great Canadian Data Centre Symposium first appeared on IT World Canada.
Even as the pandemic continues to send shockwaves through the economy, Canadians are looking for businesses to enhance their focus on inequality, inequity, and environmental sustainability. That's the finding of a new studyThe post Fairness and sustainability: New priorities for business? first appeared on IT World Canada.
Even companies that aren’t traditionally technology companies now need to embrace smarter preventative measures while recognizing market gaps and new ways of engaging people through modernization.The post The smart returns of IT – from safety to profitability first appeared on IT World Canada.
Intel says Swan's departure is unrelated to the company's financial performance.The post Intel CEO Bob Swan to step down next month, replaced by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger first appeared on IT World Canada.
There are some familiar faces and some newcomers on this Glassdoor's 13th annual Employees’ Choice Awards, honouring the Best Places to Work in 2021 across Canada.The post Canada’s top 10 tech companies to work for in 2021 first appeared on IT World Canada.
Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry says he does not intend to run in the next federal election for family reasons. A cabinet reshuffle was called by Trudeau this morning, who named a new foreign minister and shuffled other top players in his cabinet. Francois-Philippe Champagne will leave the foreign ministry to take…The post Bains exits as Canadian innovation minister first appeared on IT World Canada.