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CIPS Webcast: Chris Pratt — 'Emerging Technologies — trends and predictions'
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Mr. Chris Pratt has national responsibility for managing IBM Canada's activities in the strategic areas of High Performance Computing, Virtualization, Smarter Computing and other emerging technologies. During his 30 year tenure with IBM Mr. Pratt has been involved in numerous areas of information technology strategy and deployment.
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CIPS ON Nov. 6 London Dinner: 'Why Enterprise Needs More than Email'
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Please join your local CIPS Community for what is guaranteed to be an excellent dinner, presentation and Networking opportunity with Manny Elawar, BlackBerry Developer Evangelist & Senior Enterprise Solutions Manager as our key note speaker.
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Featured I.T. Jobs
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Informaticien(ne) — applications informatiques, Ottawa, Ontario

Software Developer, Markham, Ontario

BUSINESS SYSTEMS ANALYST, Edmonton, Alberta

Senior Solutions Architect, Calgary, Alberta

Manager, Systems Development and Maintenance, Toronto, Ontario

IT Network Administrator, The Pas, Manitoba

Application Developer, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Head, Service Management, Toronto, Ontario



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11 ways to re-energize your IT career
Computerworld
Eric Reed knows a thing or two about mid-career pitfalls. He's seen some mid-level IT managers get too enamored with technology for its own sake, rather than viewing it as a way to advance business goals.

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Yes, it's a bad year for breaches
IT World Canada
It not only feels like 2014 is a terrible year for data security, it is, at least in the U.S., where the Identity Theft Resource Center keeps track.

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Hackers using new Windows vulnerability
IT World Canada
Microsoft is rushing out a patch for a newly-discovered zero-day vulnerability which affects all currently supported versions of Windows (including Vista) and Windows Server 2008 and 2012.

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Technology predictions for the coming year
IT World Canada
Last month I went to the CANARIE conference in Toronto to hear Duncan Stewart, director of technology at Deloitte Canada, present his predictions on technology in 2014. The presentation was based on the 2014 Deloitte Technology, Media and Telecommunications Report.
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Featured Whitepaper: 'Sleeping through the Alarm — What Breaches Should be Telling Us, and Why the Message is Missed'
CIPS
Warning bells are ringing as the volume of breaches continues to escalate, yet many security professionals are confidently employing tactics that no longer meet emerging threats head on. Instead of meeting emerging threats with an approach that will thwart them, many of today's security professionals are confidently using steps that almost certainly leave organizations open to being successfully targeted by cyber-attacks.
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Peering into the future of IT
IT World Canada
Worldwide IT spending is projected to surpass $2.9 trillion in 2015 — a 3.9 per cent increase from 2014. Where will these new investments be made? What will be the impact on business?
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ICCP Fall 2014 Newsletter
CIPS
Check out the ICCP Fall 2014 Newsletter!

Includes:
President's Message
— Ken Metcalfe, CCP, I.S.P., ITCP/IP3-IFIP

Big Data Certification (Certified Big Data Professional)
— KewalDhariwal, CCP, CDMP, CBIP, I.S.P., ITCP - Executive Director, ICCP

Certifications Pave The Road To Success
— Tracey Byron - Marketing Director ICCP

Edmonds Community College uses CDMP Exam as Assessment
— Eva Smith, CDMP, CCP

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Network maintenance myths busted
CIO
According to a Forrester Consulting study, up to 79 per cent of organizations surveyed refresh their wired networking infrastructure every five years. In reality, most OEMs report meantime to failure rates ranging from 18-to-33 years for networking gear.
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Report finds mobile enterprise collaboration still immature
Marketwired
Enterprise mobile collaboration leader harmon.ie recently released "The State of Mobile Enterprise Collaboration 2014: From Personal Productivity Toward the Connected Enterprise on the Go," a comprehensive report based on a recent survey of 1,400+ Business and IT leaders.
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