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BRM Technical DBA, Calgary, Alberta

Senior Web Developer, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Business Portfolio Manager, Victoria, British Columbia

Director, Information Technology, Calgary, Alberta

Application Maintenance Supervisor, Lacombe, Alberta

Business Systems Architect, Ottawa, Ontario

Assistant Deputy Minister/Chief Information Officer (ADM/CIO), Enterprise Financial Services & Systems, Toronto, Ontario

Supervisor, Master Data, Cigar Lake, Saskatchewan


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Help CIPS support professionalism and ethics in I.T.
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In the wake of HeartBleed and the numerous recent privacy breaches that have created growing concerns, the need for professionalism and ethics in I.T. has never been higher. We live in a highly connected world where technology has become the central nervous system of our modern society.
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Featured Whitepaper: SOLVING FOR 'TOTAL COST' IN THE CLOUD
CIPS via IT World Canada
As more and more organizations migrate to the cloud, many are faced with hidden costs emerging from unexpected places. Two non-obvious and non-trivial factors can drive up costs. First are separate charges for everything from server memory to intrusion detection.
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Why IT needs to prepare for an environment with fewer Windows
IT World Canada
Many CIOs still think that this is a Microsoft-dominated world when they look at the number of Windows desktops and servers in their environment. But a report last week from Gartner and comments from Microsoft officials this week at its annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., may give them pause to reconsider.
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3 underappreciated IT leadership skills
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Business today must navigate a world that is more VUCA — volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous — than ever before. Against this challenging business backdrop, IT leaders are being asked to transform their organizations from historically being a cost center and order taker to being a real source of competitive advantage and a strategic partner to the business.

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Increasing ethics training is the answer to cyberthreats
IT World Canada
Over 90 per cent of networks are compromised and this can happen in less than 20 minutes when exposed to the Internet. Mobile is the focal point of this trend. With embedded computing, the Internet of Things forming the planetary nervous system, a total disruption or failure is possible.

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Help CIPS Support Professionalism and Ethics in I.T.
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In the wake of HeartBleed and the numerous recent privacy breaches that have created growing concerns, the need for professionalism and ethics in IT has never been higher.

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CIPS INTERVIEWS: Andrew Ng, Co-Founder, Coursera; Director, Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab; World-renowned top-ranking distinguished researcher, innovator and entrepreneur
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Quoting extensively from his Stanford profile, ACM and Wikipedia, Andrew Ng is a co-founder of Coursera, the Director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab and a Computer Science faculty member where he is a distinguished researcher in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning with over 100 publishing credits.
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Shared Services Summit Canada
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IQPC has decided to bring its annual Shared Service event to Canada! Whether you are a corporate executive looking to more effectively manage a geographically dispersed workforce or a leader from the public sector looking to better serve your constituents despite austerity measures, our in-depth, real-world and actionable content will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to take your shared services initiative to the next level.
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CIOs in Canada may be overlooking a way to finance innovation
IT World Canada
Until "innovation" becomes a standard line item in a CIO's budget, the best recourse for Canadian IT leaders may be a federal tax incentive that could help them cover the costs of potentially groundbeaking initiatives. Last month the CIO Association of Canada held an information session for its members about the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program.
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Canada recruits Colombia's best bilingual tech professionals
Columbia Reports
An agency in charge of economic development in Quebec City has begun a virtual campaign to recruit Colombia's most talented bilingual Information Technology (IT) professionals. Colombians proficient in French who are interested in working in Quebec can gain access to employment opportunities made available by Quebec International, according to Colombia's financial magazine Dinero.
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Canadian companies to ramp up deployment of the 'Internet of Things'
Business In Vancouver
Workers at Arrow Transportation Systems used to spend hours collecting mechanical data and driver safety information from its truck drivers once the vehicles arrived back at dispatch centres. When it came time to upgrade this system of data collection seven years ago for its 300-truck fleet, the Vancouver-based company outfitted all its vehicles with mobile SIM cards allowing for instant wireless monitoring.
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The following organizations have demonstrated their commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards for the I.T. profession through their support of CIPS. CIPS thanks all its partners for their contribution.

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