Dr. Catherine Aczel Boivie is a widely respected executive with over 30 years of experience in the leadership of advancing the value of information technology as a business and education enabler. Prior executive roles includes: CEO Inventure Solutions and Senior Vice President of Information Technology/Facility Management for Vancity Credit Union; SVP of IT and Chief Information Officer at Pacific Blue Cross and Canadian Automobile Association of British Columbia. Catherine is also an experienced board member serving on several boards, including those of Commissioner for Complaints for Telecom-television Services, Canada Foundation for Innovation and MedicAlert Canada. Dr. Boivie is the founding Chair and President of the Chief Information Officers (CIO) Association of Canada that has over 400 Chief Information Officers as members across Canada. She has been publicly recognized for her contributions, including being named as one of Canada's top 100 most powerful women by the Women's Executive Network in the "Trailblazers and Trendsetters" category and the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee medal for being a "catalyst for technology transformation".
This is my last CES blog which describes some of the products that I would use. Keymitt (keymitt.com) will retrofit your door lock to make it controllable from your smartphone. By turning on auto-lock/unlock feature,
There were over 4000 booths displaying different technology products at CES 2020. I only saw about a 100 which were located mainly Eureka Park area where new innovative products were displayed. The next
Why do we need women only conferences? I often hear that question when I talk about female focussed conferences, followed by ... are women interested in different topics than men? Are women further isolating themselves
Last February I took a Caribbean cruise with Princess Cruises aboard the Regal Princess, a vessel newly upgraded to support Medallion Internet of Things devices. I first wrote about this technology referring to
This report from CES 2019 looks at the wonderful and sometimes quirky products offered this year. (All prices cited are USD.) Nuka.me the "eternal notebook." The paper is waterproof and non-tearable, notes can be