Canadian Tech Predictions for 2022: From Collaboration to Virtual Desktops

Despite the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, net tech employment in Canada was expected to increase 1.3% last year after falling for much of 2020. Meanwhile, IDC forecasts that tech spending in Canada is forecasted to reach C$132.6 billion by 2025, led by cloud computing, core business applications, security and customer experience.

But how will we get there? What near-term trends should MSPs, solution providers—and all tech companies—be aware of for 2022? We asked members of CompTIA’s Canadian Business Technology Community their thoughts for what to expect this year. Here’s what they had to say. Note: These predictions are the personal opinions of the individual council members and do not represent the views of CompTIA, the AI Advisory Council, or the members’ respective employers.

More U.S. Firms to Outsource Canadian Tech Talent

“Americans are going to outsource even more to Canadians for their technology needs because Canada is home to some incredible tech talent. As the year progresses the economy will strengthen, people will get back to work and together we will all be moving forward in a more positive direction.” – Barb Paluszkiewicz, CEO, CDN Technologies

Gig Economy Expands Across All Sectors

“I believe we will see an

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