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CIOs who became the first women to hold their position at their organization share their stories of rising the ranks in IT and succeeding at the top.
Despite a year under siege, the Ukrainian IT services sector remains a growing industry due to remarkable efforts and global goodwill.
Launched as a blog, BIT has grown into a global organization that creates community, equity, and opportunity for Black technologists, while breaking down barriers and stereotypes that persist in IT.
From talent issues to limited self-growth, IT leaders share their strategies for overcoming the operational and strategic challenges of working in non-metros.
IT leaders are looking to leverage technology to fuel innovation and business transformation in 2023, with budget bets built to suit.
George Al Koura, CISO of Ruby Life, the Toronto-based technology company home to some of the world's most recognized dating web sites, recently spoke with CIO.com’s Lee Rennick to discuss the need to clearly understand business outcomes, s
Women remain underrepresented in IT leadership, but initiatives to address ‘broken rungs’ and to create more opportunities for advancement at some organizations are showing signs of progress.
Identifying future IT leaders is essential for ensuring long-term organizational health. But to develop them, you must move beyond teaching to become a coach for leadership growth.
André Allen, VP of IT, chief privacy officer and CISO at Toronto’s MaRS Discovery District, recently sat with CIO Leadership Live’s Lee Rennick to discuss his 30-year journey in IT, how new tech serves as catalysts for innovation,
Don’t let drama, jealousy, and fear poison your IT organization. Experts and IT execs offer advice on establishing a workplace culture where toxic behaviors don’t take root.