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  Thursday August 2, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

With the flood of IT transformations taking place, we sit down with George Weston Foods CIO Luke Stow to discuss how to achieve better outcomes than simply cost reductions.

Also today, hospital CIOs speak out about their grapples with devices brought in by employees and patients. Where do you draw the line on devices that are allowed to join the corporate network?

-- Ry Crozier

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