January Issue of The Canadian Business Journal Now Online
Our cover story focuses on cloud computing and why many C-suite executives in Canada have still not embraced the concept. It's baffling to technology types, including the likes of Microsoft Canada President Janet Kennedy who discusses its numerous benefits.
Economics expert Tina Kremmidas looks at Canadian snowbirds flocking south for the winter and the impact the decline in the Canadian dollar has on such sojourns. Also on the topic of finance, Tina Tehranchian examines why corporations should carry life insurance.
Is your career stuck in gridlock? If so, Peter C. Diamond says it's time to reset the GPS. Owen Shapiro provides us with five useful tips for branding your business in 2015, while Mark Borkowski advises that you'll need a specific type of lawyer when considering the sale of your business.
We have columns from our other regular contributors Joe Connelly and Melonie Dodaro, who answers the question whether a LinkedIn profile should be personal or corporate. There is also insightful Business in Action profiles including an in-depth look at the city of Oshawa, whose business diversity has seen it rebound from a loss of thousands of jobs in the automotive sector. We also hear from a man named Troy Ferguson who, in 2006, opened a unique company called Redrock Camps that caters to businesses doing work in remote areas. Redrock is like a home away from home. There is all of that and much more in this edition.
About The Canadian Business Journal
As the cornerstone publication of George Media Inc., The Canadian Business Journal is read by thousands of executives nationwide. CBJ offers readers a first-hand look at major industries such as: agriculture, automotive, communications, construction, education, energy, finance, food & beverage, healthcare, human resources, legal, manufacturing, natural resources, products & services, retail, sports & recreation, technology, transportation and much more through our comprehensive Business in Action profiles of many successful Canadian enterprises.
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