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Canadian tech firms capitalizing on immigration anxiety

 

For years, Canada's tech industry has watched in frustration as Microsoft and Google hired the country's top computer science grads for high-paying jobs in Seattle and Silicon Valley. Now Canada believes it has found a new way to lure American and international tech workers. View article


Analytics in Action: By Steve Holder, National Analytics Lead, SAS Canada

 

Analytics has gone—and continues to undergo—a long evolution. From a business perspective, it’s been about deriving insight from enterprise-collected data sets; from the IT perspective, it’s been about understanding enough of the business to create queries that reveal patterns that make a difference to the bottom line. Steve Holder, National Analytics Leader at SAS Canada and member of the CAMSS Executive Council provides his insight. View article.


Canadian technology leaders identify top challenges facing CXOs in 2017

On Friday, February 24 2017, the CAMSS Executive Council met at the Four Seasons Hotel, Toronto for an intimate and in-depth discussion around the most pressing strategic and technical challenges facing IT and Line of Business leaders in Canada. Numerous topics were raised by the group, each of which contribute to the difficulties CXOs encounter around technology innovation and implementation. View article.


CIO Association of Canada joins growing list of partners for CAMSS Canada 2017

 

March 20, 2017: The CIO Association of Canada (CIOCAN) has become the latest leading association to partner with CAMSS World LLC on the 2017 CAMSS Canada events. View press release


Canada's association of IT professionals to partner on CAMSS Canada 2017 events

 

March 6, 2017: CAMSS World LLC is delighted to secure a strategic partnership with the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) to collaborate on the 2017 CAMSS Canada: West and CAMSS Canada: East conferences taking place in Vancouver and Toronto respectively. View press release.


CAMSS Canada partner DXagents launches consortium to help accelerate 'Digital Transformation'

February 24, 2017: A Canadian consortium consisting of 10 organizations, featuring SAP, Deloitte, AWS, Intel, SUSE and others has announced the launch of DXagents - an initiative to help accelerate digital transformation across Canada. DXagents will be participating at CAMSS Canada: West 2017 & CAMSS Canada: East 2017 in September and October respectively. View article.