Technicity 2019 | Improving the Customer Experience with Government

December 4, 2019 - Arcadian Court, 401 Bay St., Toronto

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Past Events

Technicity 2018 : Modernization through Innovation

More than 350 private and public sector technology leaders with an interest in digital transformation and emerging technologies packed Arcadian Court Dec. 12 for a “peek behind the curtain” at City of Toronto IT initiatives designed to improve the citizen experience.


Technicity 2017 : AI opportunities and challenges explored

A one-day conference exploring the impact of the AI revolution on business and government, covered a lot of ground. Through presentations and panel discussions, close to 200 attendees learned about the ways organizations see AI will enhance services, increase efficiency and improve citizen engagement.


Technicity 2016 : Facing the Digital Future

Digital Transformation impacts individual businesses and whole segments of society, from government and the arts to medicine and science. This event provided the opportunity for companies to hear first-hand from City of Toronto senior decision-makers about their needs and plans for the future. Participants include City of Toronto CIO Rob Meikle and Economic Development General Manager Michael Williams.


Technicity 2015 : Playbook: The Connected City

In November 2015, the City of Toronto partnered with IT World Canada (ITWC) to bring together a group of business, community and city leaders to discuss and discover what this new IoT era means for our city, its businesses and municipal government. In an extensive interactive discussion the group explored why business and government leaders need to consider IoT as they plan their strategies and seek to grow and transform business operations.


Technicity 2013 : Focus on Cyber Security

Focus on Cyber Security – Technicity 2013 brings together leading professionals to share insights and foster a sharing of challenges and solutions. This one day conference/think-tank explores the cyber security issues from global and Canadian perspectives. It drills down into business imperatives and the risk management framework needed for companies to be prepared and effectively address the cyber security challenge.