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Opening doors with open source – CMO Talks with Todd Wilson

Only a decade ago, open source was met with a mix of skepticism and misunderstanding. Today it dominates the digital landscape. For Red Hat...

Quality control for demand generation vendors – CMO Talks with Danny Sachdev

Technology is touted as the new key to lead generation, but it is also the vehicle for fake leads, stolen data, and fraud. Not...

Making decisions in the MarTech space – CMO Talks with Mike Couch

With more than 7,000 relatively new marketing tech solutions to choose from, questions about MarTech keep Mike Couch busy. “Procurement is a big topic in...

Technation panellist says some are quitting organizations that insist on a 5-day presence in the workplace

The Technation Future of Work conference series continued last Wednesday, as keynote speaker Ashok Krish, global head at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), shared his...

Microsoft Canada and Computers for Success Canada look to get refurbished hardware to underserved communities 

Microsoft Canada recently announced the CEO Pledge, a joint effort with Computers for Success Canada (CFSC-OPEC), to help close the digital skills gap by providing devices...

Canada’s Top Women in Fintech and Blockchain honouree roundup

Not unlike ITWC's Top Women in Cyber Security Celebration, the interest in this year's inaugural Top Women in Fintech and Blockchain Celebration was overwhelming. Our...

B.C. government extends PNP Tech Pilot indefinitely, renames it to BC PNP Tech

The British Columbia government recently announced that the B.C. Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) Tech Pilot, originally set to expire at the end of June...

SAS wants to get people curious about analytics with new tagline

When the SAS Institute was founded more than 40 years ago, analytics was a somewhat esoteric discipline familiar only to statisticians and academics and...

Making a case for intelligent marketing analytics – CMO Talks with Jon Duke

As the vice-president of research for IDC Retail Insights, Jon Duke is accustomed to weighing in on retailer-driven research into all aspects of marketing....

Zoho says its philosophy of transnational localism helped during COVID

Long before the pandemic hit, productivity and collaboration software vendor Zoho was espousing transnational localism, a philosophy that has served it well during COVID-19. What...

Setting a new normal in a hybrid cloud world – CMO Talks with Jay Badiani

Jay Badiani is comfortable chatting about everything from quantum computing to corporate citizenship. As the guest of ITWC President Fawn Annan for an April...

Profitable next moves for customer experience service providers – CMO Talks with Douglas Hayward

‘Understanding’ is the watchword in new customer experience (CX) service models for Douglas Hayward, a research director responsible for IDC's Worldwide Digital Strategy and...

Three of Shopify’s top execs are leaving the company, CEO says

The three executives will start transitioning out of their current roles over the coming months and the company's strong bench of leaders will now step into larger roles.

Canada’s first LGBTQ2S+ IT-focused celebration launches during Pride Week

For the first time in Canada, the IT accomplishments and talent in Canada’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2S+) community will be showcased...

Citrix appoints former SAP exec as new GM of Americas

Today Citrix announced the appointment of Marcelo Giampietro, who will oversee all sales, marketing, services and operations in the Latin American and Canadian markets...

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