New information and communication tools are flooding the world with data. What are we doing with it all?
Cyber Summit 2012: Leading the Way in the Age of Big Data will look at how people are navigating this world of data.
The Summit is a high point for Western Canadian thought leaders, with sessions that are both general and technical. Discussions will range from international development to individual privacy rights online.
It will also feature Canada’s first ever Network Performance Meeting, for experts outside of major Internet service providers to learn about the state of their Internet exchanges.
Click here to find out more about the Cyber Summit 2012 sessions.
The Banff Centre is the largest arts incubator on the planet. Its mission is to inspire creativity. Over 6,000 artists, creators, and thinkers from across Canada and around the world participate in Banff Centre programs every year. The Banff Centre provides delegates from Alberta, Canada, and around the world with exceptional meeting facilities in an environment that fosters inspirational learning. Net revenue from conference operations supports arts programming.
From Banff’s humble beginnings as a 26 square kilometre hot springs reserve, Banff National Park now consists of 6,641 square kilometres of unparalleled mountain scenery nestled in the heart of the magnificent Canadian Rockies. Each year, millions of visitors come to Banff to marvel at the emerald waters of Lake Louise, walk amongst the flower-filled heavens at Sunshine Meadows, and drive beneath the towering jagged peaks lining the Icefields Parkway. Snow-capped peaks, glistening glaciers and sweeping vistas are just one part of the allure of Banff National Park.
The Town of Banff is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home year-round to 8,721 people. Each year, Banff National Park hosts nearly four million visitors to its bountiful and beautiful campsites, lakes and mountains. For other Banff facts, click here.