After three years, my friend and colleague Keith is leaving our Softchoice team to pursue the next step in his career. While this is bittersweet news, as his manager, I support him. Our purpose as a...
My team is hiring again! We’re adding a Database Marketing Lead to our Corporate Marketing team in Toronto. This is an awesome opportunity for someone who loves data, loves being a digital marketer – and wants to unleash their potential at one of the best workplaces on the planet.
My team is hiring! We’re adding a B2B Digital Marketing Lead to the Corporate Marketing team in Toronto. This is an awesome opportunity for someone looking to grow their career as a digital marketer. If...
We’re adding two (yes two!) contract roles to our digital marketing team at Softchoice. Specifically, a Database Marketing Coordinator, and a Digital Marketing Coordinator. Sound fun? Read on!
How would you like to make a real difference – and do something specific to make the world a better place for women and young girls? Read on and learn how your skills as an up-and-coming marketer are needed right now.
This past weekend I posted a picture on Facebook. No big deal. What was a big deal – at least for me and my wife – is that I posted a picture of me and our ten year old daughter’s face.
As parents, we’ve got 2 choices: Shield our kids from technology, or help them embrace it responsibly. We chose the latter.
If you live in Canada (like me) and access the Internet through one of our popular ISPs like Bell, Videotron, Cogeco or Rogers and you want to enjoy music services like the amazing Pandora or use video streaming sites like Hulu, this is how to do it.
And while my social photo albums grow in size each day, they don’t include any pictures or videos of my kids’ faces. My issue isn’t so much with Facebook’s publicized private image security breaches of the past. This has everything to do with privacy, and protecting our children in ways our own parents never had to.