23 May

IT Sector: Top job profiles in demand across Canada

Posted by Simon Delisle

Canada has emerged as an information technology (IT) powerhouse with the different kinds of IT careers increasing thanks to the emerging trends in Information Technology: Artificial Intelligence(AI) machine learning and blockchain. The IT Industry in Canada has benefited from government’s ambitious plans to attract big investments. As per the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) report, Canada needs 182,000 new workers in the IT sector by 2019.

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1 Jul

5 Things Keeping IT Leaders Up At Night

Posted by John Brandwagt

As the business world depends more heavily on the tech sector than ever before, information technology leaders face greater challenges that need to be addressed—the sooner, the better. As technology evolves from a back-office function to the forefront of business progression, IT leaders need to face these challenges head on and turn them into an opportunity for growth.

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Topics: IT Leaders
13 Jun

3 Mobile Apps IT Leaders Are Using

Posted by John Brandwagt

Mobile technology has taken the world by storm over the last fifteen years, transforming basic communication devices into the tiny powerful computers we know today. Our phones are now able to do almost everything a modern techie can dream of—from the simplest everyday tasks like turning up our thermostat, to monitoring core IT services.

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Topics: IT Leaders
2 May

How Digital Technology is Changing the Role of IT Leaders

Posted by John Brandwagt

With advanced digital technology becoming more and more accessible to the layman, the role of IT leaders will see some drastic changes over the next few years. With the rise of social media, business mobility, cloud computing, and data mining causing disruptions in existing company models and patterns of employment, questions about the role of IT leaders will come to the forefront of business. Are they going to continue to be innovators in digital transformation, or will they be dismissed to work in the background of infrastructure?

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Topics: IT Leaders




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