Building diverse teams is more than a checklist

It's easy to talk about the necessity of having diverse teams, but it's a lot harder to actually create one. During this panel, moderator Rodey Wing, Partner at Kearney, spoke with panellists Jennifer

Published on: June 23rd, 2021 Lynn Greiner

CES 2020 recap: 5G, devices, and what can enterprises learn from the monstrous tech event?

The Consumer Electronics Show often leads to images of flashy vehicles of the future and pointless but wonderfully weird devices (ahem, toilet paper delivery bots). But there's a lot of value for enterprise

Published on: January 24th, 2020 ITBusiness Staff

All Hands on Tech – Samsung Note 10 Plus

The Galaxy Note returns for its 10th appearance. Be sure to read our full review to see if this enthusiastic phone is right for you.

Published on: September 9th, 2019 Tom Li

DX 2019 – Adeel Liaqat

IT World Canada's Steve Proctor sits down with Adeel Liaqat, one of Slalom's IT strategy leaders, to discuss the importance of partnerships to gain better insights into your data, the role of today's

Published on: September 3rd, 2019 Alex Coop

DX Awards 2019 – ServiceNow’s VP of innovation Chris Pope

IT World Canada's Steve Proctor chats with ServiceNow's vice-president of innovation Chris Pope about some of the common mistakes organizations make when adopting digital tools, the importance of not "over-engineering things", and more.

Published on: August 29th, 2019 Alex Coop

Cisco Live Day 2 – 5G and WiFi 6

Buckley Smith talks with Cisco System Inc.'s Michael Glickman, head of Cisco’s global service provider segment, and Dave Ward, chief technology officer of engineering and chief architect, about the implications of 5G and

Published on: June 13th, 2019

Cisco Live Day 1- IoT and multi-domain integrations

Networking technology is in the midst of a serious shift as software becomes integral and hardware takes a back seat. On Day 1 of Cisco Live, only one of Cisco System Inc.’s four

Published on: June 11th, 2019

The Pitch: AI startups – LeadSift

LeadSift helps B2B sales by identifying what account you should sell to, who you should talk to about it, and when you should do it. It can be hard to predict purchase intent,

Published on: May 13th, 2019 IT World Canada Staff

The Pitch: AI Startups –

Andrea Corey, VP product development, was one of the founding developers at marketing automation firm Eloqua. Now she's working with a new Toronto-based startup to solve the problem of understanding relationships between

Published on: May 10th, 2019 ITBusiness Staff

The Pitch: AI startups – Blue J Legal predicts legal outcomes

Blue J Legal account manager Adam Wells explains what his startup does and how it uses AI to solve client problems in six minutes or less at Toronto event IDC Directions 2019. The

Published on: May 8th, 2019 IT Business Staff

President to President with Kevin Connolly, SVP of Dell Technologies North America medium business

The 2016 mega-acquisition of EMC by Dell Technologies for $67 billion affected 145,000 employees and created the world's largest private IT vendor. Kevin Connolly was tapped to take on the president role of

Published on: March 27th, 2019 Fawn Annan

Trying on Ford’s Sleep Suit at the Canadian International Auto Show – All Hands on Tech

Driving while tired can be extremely dangerous, which is why Ford made the SleepSuit to simulate the feeling of drowsiness behind the wheel. Thank you for turning into ITWC, let’s take a look

Published on: March 20th, 2019 Tom Li

Ford’s exoskeleton demo at the Canadian International Auto Show – All Hands on Tech

Have you ever tried lifting a watermelon over your head 4,600 times in one day? Created by Ekso Bionics in partnership with Ford, the EksoVest is a leader in wearable technology and the

Published on: March 13th, 2019 Tom Li

Use your phone as a key with the 2019 Lincoln Aviator – All hands on Tech

Walking to your car only to realize you’ve left your keys behind produces unneeded frustrations on a busy workday. To solve that problem, Lincoln is looking to tack your car keys into smartphones.

Published on: March 6th, 2019 Tom Li