ITWC set for success at 2018 Canadian Online Publishing Awards

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IT World Canada is a finalist in five categoies at the 2018 Canadian Online Publishing Awards.

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Since its launch in 1984, IT World Canada has become the online information resource of choice for Canadian IT professionals working in medium to large enterprises. Representing the entire spectrum of enterprise IT, they provide news and information services that aid in achieving success in the Canadian IT market. more than 75,000 IT executives and professionals – representing 70 per cent of the buying power in Canada – turn to IT World Canada for the information they trust. IT World Canada creates daily news content, produces a daily newsletter and features IT professionals who blog on topics of industry interest.

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