Tech Radar blog
Viewing entries posted in 2011
Steve Dotto, former host and Executive Producer of Dotto Tech, was the first keynote speaker of the two-day conference. His tech-based presentation covered lifestyle, generational issues, Web 2.0 and disruptive technology, Internet engagement, and outsourcing.
Cybera recognizes the challenges of taking a technological innovation from concept, to lab, to market. We understand what it takes to “bridge the chasm” and integrate a technology into the infrastructure of peopleís daily lives. Similarly, TEC Edmonton provides expertise, resources, and connections to entrepreneurs across Alberta through its services, including the TEC Venture Prize competition.
This month’s 11 Questions interview is with Chris Moore, Chief Information Officer for the City of Edmonton.
This past weekend, the WEHUB was on display at the Canadian Water Resources Association — Alberta branch conference in Red Deer.
If you are an entrepreneur, developer, designer, or just anyone with a unique idea or an interest in business, consider attending Startup Weekend Calgary beginning Friday, April 29. Cybera is holding a contest for one free registration to this event (see contest details below).
This month’s 11 Questions interview is with Leonard Hendricks, CEO of BlackBridge Networks.
More than 150 passionate and talented Edmonton community and business leaders gathered in the Citadel last night to witness the launch of The Edmonton Champions Project.
Cybera’s Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental Sensing (GeoCENS) project today released a demonstration of its geo-mapping capabilities that focuses on one of the Japanese areas worst-hit by the earthquake and resulting tsunami — Sendai.
Cybera is hosting a congratulatory reception in our Calgary office for the two Southern Albertans nominated for this prestigious award: Brad Murray and Ross Mitchell.
CANARIE’s Digital Accelerator for Innovation and Research Program (DAIR) took its first steps this past week. Four trainers from RackSpace came to Edmonton, AB to host a two-day training session on OpenStack, the cloud platform for the program.