For almost three decades IT World Canada (ITWC) has been building solid relationships with Canada’s IT professionals by delivering timely, incisive information that helps them succeed in their jobs. Today, more than 105,000 IT executives and professionals – representing 70 per cent of the buying power in Canada – turn to ITWC for the information they trust.

ITWC is the nation's largest creator of content for the IT industry in Canada. We are a multimedia information provider producing videos, podcasts, interactive infographics, digital publications and community hubs around CIOs, security issues, digital transformation, digital government and tech in sports. Our flagship websites include   ITWorldcanada.comITBusiness.ca, ComputerDealerNews.com and  Directioninformatique.com.
 
Whether it’s newsletters from our content-rich portals, wireless access through our mobile edition, targeted events bringing together the best and brightest IT players in Canada, or our award winning IT websites, we deliver a global view of IT with a Canadian perspective – anywhere, any time.
 
More than any other IT information publisher, we have invested time and effort in getting to know our readers. We have painstakingly maintained our subscriber database over the years, building on our core knowledge of who and where they are, what IT technology they’re using and the hot topics that keep them up at night.
 
We know the specific interests and information requirements of our readers, as defined and refined by them on an ongoing basis. Our significant investment in subscriber data management helps IT World Canada develop the targeted, focused content they seek. Our state-of-the-art technologies allow us to deliver this information directly to our subscribers using whichever vehicle they prefer.
 
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Each issue of Canadian CIO looks at the business outcomes driving IT investments in large public and private sector enterprises. It will provide a framework for effectively moving from ideas to action