The Canadian Digital Media Network's (CDMN) upcoming Canada 3.0 Conference, an annual affair that places heavy emphasis on startups in the digital innovation space, is coming to Calgary.
Cybera’s talented Vice-President of Strategic Communications, Mary Anne Moser, has left Cybera. She will be focusing on her leadership role with the Beakerhead arts and science festival.
CANARIE and Cybera today announced the latest partnership to provide local Canadian businesses with a suite of powerful, cloud-based resources to support product development and commercialization.
Members of Cybera’s Internet Buying Group will see their bandwidth rates go down from $14 to $12 per Mbps, starting in January, 2014.
A pilot project for Alberta post-secondaries that replaces the need for physical computer labs with online labs is now serving over 800 students and is looking to take on more classes.
Up to one year of free access to cloud computing is now available to Alberta researchers and entrepreneurs through a pilot program designed to advance the use of technology in the province.
System administrators were expecting it, but were still surprised by the huge jump in the numbers of students using the learning management system (in this case Moodle) shared by three Alberta post-secondaries
Staff from Alberta’s not-for-profit technology accelerator have begun a coworking experiment with business incubator AcceleratorYYC. They will be sharing their cloud computing and networking experience with startup hackers, hustlers and hipsters at the community hub in Inglewood.
Over the course of a year, WestGrid has transferred more than 4 PB of research data across Cybera and CANARIE’s advanced networks in Western Canada...
Researchers from the University of Alberta have created a mobile application to make it easier for Alberta's health care aides to help remote patients.