Author Archives: Kim Devooght

About Kim Devooght

Kim Devooght is the Vice President, Public Sector, for Cisco Canada. In this role, he is responsible for Cisco’s business direction in Canada’s public sector, which includes government, healthcare, and education. Before joining Cisco, Devooght was Vice President of Public Sector with IBM Canada, where he was responsible for the federal, provincial, and major municipal government, healthcare, and education markets. He also spent many years working with the Government of Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation in roles that included director of human resources and assistant deputy minister. Devooght holds an honours bachelor’s degree in public administration from Carleton University in Ottawa and a master’s degree in business administration from York University in Toronto.

Why every community in Canada needs one of these. Meet REGS

This month Cisco innovations and solutions will be on display at GTEC 2013, the largest national Canadian public sector conference in Canada. Taking place in Ottawa from October 7 – 10, this is the third consecutive year that Cisco is … Continue reading

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Canada 3.0: Creating a dialogue for innovation across Canada

What a week for innovation this has been for Canadians.  Two simultaneous events took place, Canada 3.0 (@can3_0, #CDA30), in Stratford and the Saskatchewan 3.0 Summit (#sask3summit) in Regina.  Both events provided a platform for great creative dialogue on Canadian … Continue reading

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Cisco, NHL leave All-Star Legacy at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

This morning I had the privilege of attending the unveiling of the new, state-of-the-art “NHL All-Star Legacy Playroom” at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) in Ottawa to commemorate the 2012 NHL All-Star Weekend.  As an Ottawa native, I … Continue reading

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