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Aug. 21, 2014

Featured I.T. Jobs
ICT Specialist (E-Learning), Tanzania

Technology and Integration Architect, Edmonton, Alberta

Professor Computer & Communication Networks (Operating Systems), Toronto, Ontario

Professor Computer & Communication Networks (Data Centre), Toronto, Ontario

Business Architect, Sherwood Park, Alberta

Temp - Business Analyst / Quality Assurance Tester (to December 31, 2014), Calgary, Alberta

Technical Support Analyst, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

IT professionals, Victoria, British Columbia

Developer, ERP Systems, Yellowknife, Northwest Terr.

Programmer Analyst, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Library Systems & Information Technology Operations Manager, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Network Technician/System Administrator, New Westminster, British Columbia

Information Technology Analyst, Red Deer, Alberta

Manager of Technology Services, Ponoka, Alberta

Analyst III, IT Security, Calgary, Alberta

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CIPS' Manager of Professional Standards, Gina van Dalen, joining ITAC Talent as the Director of Communications after 25 years at CIPS
Gina van Dalen, the CIPS Manager of Professional Standards, will be leaving CIPS as of Sept. 1st 2014 to join ITAC (Information Technology Association of Canada), serving as the ITAC Talent Director of Communications. In her new role Gina will project manage the Business Technology Management project, manage BTM related communications and stakeholder engagement activities, and shape the ongoing communications efforts for ITAC Talent.More

CIPS' Crowdfunding Campaign ends Aug. 22nd: Please help support professionalism and ethics in IT
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. We live in a highly connected world where technology has become the central nervous system of our modern society. Technology has changed our world for the better, but technology also has fantastic potential for misuse as far too regularly witnessed. More

Business needs a new kind of information technology employee
IT World Canada
How often have you heard about the fast pace of change in the IT world and how hard it is to keep up? That fast change used to be about hardware and software.More

10 things developers should know about customer experience
IT World Canada
I regularly moderate round tables on topics of interest to CIO's. These are closed-door sessions and participants are screened to allow us to have a frank, peer to peer discussion about critical topics. More

How to handle an ethical dilemma
When a problem arises often the key to a solution is to continue to work the "in between" options so extreme actions aren't necessary. Here's how you do it. More

Featured Whitepaper: Securing Android for the Enterprise
CIPS via IT World Canada
Download Securing Android for the Enterprise to learn why IDC believes the solution to mobility security challenges lies with the development of mobile operating systems (OS) that provide for their own security, such as that developed by Samsung.More

CIPS INTERVIEWS: Paul Lee, CEO Qurely, Top Distinguished Doctor, Entrepreneur and Innovator

  • Lieutenant Doctor for the ROKA
  • Founder of OXEC, an educational consulting service
  • B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry at University of Oxford
  • M.D. at College of Medicine at The Catholic University of Korea
  • Singularity University FutureMed 2013
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    Research: Heartbleed exposed cache problem
    IT World Canada
    Most IT security pros think of the Heartbleed bug as a software vulnerability in some versions of the OpenSSL software library. Certainly that's what they thought last April when the first word of the problem flashed around the world and organizations scrambled to update their versions of the software. More

    Enterprise Architecture TOGAF® 9 Course discount for CIPS Members
    Metaplexity Associates LLC is pleased to announce upcoming offerings of our 4-day accredited course, Enterprise Architecture Using TOGAF® 9, in several Canada venues. Our courses prepare candidates for The Open Group's full enterprise architecture certification. More

    23rd International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques: PACT 2014
    The 23rd International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques — PACT 2014 — will take place from Aug. 24-27 in Edmonton. For further information please visit More

    Congratulations to the 2014 CIPS Nova Scotia Scholarship Award Winner: Daniel Deveau from Acadia University!
    We are pleased to announce that the CIPS NS Scholarship committee has completed its evaluation of the applicants for the Dr. Stan Heaps scholarship award. We wish to extend our Congratulations to Daniel Deveau from Acadia University for winning this year. More

    Lyon Declaration On Access to Information and Development launched
    Access to information, and libraries, play a critical role in supporting development. To advance this position, IFLA has today launched the Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development outlining the need for access to information to be recognised in the United Nations post-2015 development framework. The framework will succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and set the agenda for development for the next decade. More