Tech Radar blog
Crowdfunding is now being used by a surprising variety of groups outside of the startup or commercial space, including researchers and academics.
Using an Android device has become the latest “fad” for tech-savvy folks, particularly when the hackers come in.
This past weekend, Cybera participated as a partner and mentor in the Calgary Hacking Health event, where we felt that the Rapid Access Cloud would be a useful resource.
It's no surprise that cloud-based email services keep copies of your mail on their servers. But many people don't realize that the data of secondary (or even tertiary) users are also being stored.
Attendees at the 2014 IBM Cloud Academy, held in Atlanta, showed considerable interest in Apache VCL and OpenStack this year.
Swift provides object storage, which is a relatively new invention. Here, Curtis Collicutt shows how to set up a learning environment to test out installing, configuring, and using OpenStack Swift.
In the past year, Cybera acquired two remote presence robots for its Edmonton and Calgary offices. Last week, one of the robots was loaned to Mawer, a Calgary-based investment management firm with 100+ employees. Guest blogger Kara Lilly describes the experience.
cfgmgmtcamp featured a half-day of keynote talks and then another day and a half of parallel tracks, each dedicated to a particular configuration management system. These tracks included Puppet, CFEngine, SaltStack, Juju, Foreman, Chef, and Ansible
Joe Topjian describes how federated storage could be used to allow users to utilize foreign storage without having to create an account with the foreign provider.
Much like Canada’s “Own the Podium” team, this week Cybera is looking back at its performance during the Winter Olympics to determine what worked, and where we might have fallen short of networking expectations.