The CIO Association of Canada is an association of Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers and IT Leaders in Canada, which grows IT leaders, speaks with one voice on issues facing CIOs/CISOs and builds a community for the dynamic exchange of ideas and best practices.
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New Leader for CIOCAN Calgary Chapter

At the recent meeting of the Calgary Chapter Board, long-time board member Thomas Schmidt was elected President, effective immediately. Thomas ...
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How CIOCAN members celebrated International Women’s Day 2019

Together with women all over the world, we honoured and celebrated International Women's Day with our peers, colleagues and teams ...
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CIOCAN members offer perspectives on Women in Technology #IWD2019

We asked our members from across the country to share their perspectives on Women in Technology, here's what they said: ...
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New KPIs Instigated by and to Drive Behavior Change for Digital Operations

Authored by: Bill Keyworth, Vice President of Research, IDC Track Speaker, April 10, 2018, CIO Peer Forum Digital technologies and the ...
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What happens when technology knows more about us than we do?

The theme of TED2018 was "The Age of Amazement". It took place in Vancouver over 2 days in April and ...
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Healthcare. Education. Hunger. Poverty. Artificial Intelligence can solve these global problems.

Authored by: Zaynah Bhanji, 15-year-old machine learning and VR/AR developer. Working with companies like Google, TD, Microsoft and CIBC. Keynote Speaker, April 11, ...
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