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The latest news about The IT Media Group. What's happening in our world: new clients, new relationships and new initiatives.

Technology Leaders Discuss Becoming a Modern CIO

May 7, 2023 - The role of the CIO is rapidly evolving, requiring a different set of skills and strategies to lead IT in today's demanding environment. As a result, modern CIOs must approach the business of IT differently by helping to enable a digital enterprise and intentionally developing the next generation of leaders.


You're Invited to a Virtual Workshop: Becoming a Modern CIO

Join us for an interactive virtual workshop "Becoming a Modern CIO" on Friday, May 5 at 1 PM EST.


Meet the Workshop Speakers

Meet the leaders who will explore essential skills and strategies for modern CIOs.


Leadership in Tech Summit Brings Focus on Priorities for Turbulent Times

On March 3, 2023, The IT Media Group launched its inaugural Leadership in Tech virtual summit themed “Priorities for Turbulent Times.”


Meet the Leadership in Tech 2023 Speakers

Meet the 16 stellar leaders who will share tactics for succeeding in an era of uncertainty.


Leadership in Tech 2023 Virtual Summit Announcement

In an era of turbulence, it is essential for technology leaders to have a clear set of priorities that will help them achieve their growth and efficiency mandates.


What's New in 2023?

Toronto – Jan 12, 2023 – The beginning of 2023 has already ushered in some harsh news as the tech industry prepares for a turbulent ride. The IT Media Group offers assistance by continuing to provide impactful complimentary programs, services and a platform to enable our Canadian CIO community to network, learn and collaborate for personal and professional growth.


CIOs address harsh cybersecurity truths

December 5, 2022 – Despite significant investments in people and technologies, organizations continue to suffer from a growing number of breaches, ransomware, and malware attacks. With the annual cost of cybercrime estimated to be $6 trillion, CIOs need to find effective ways to improve their cybersecurity postures.


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