Viewing entries posted in 2013
Cybera has revamped its CyberaNet Portal, the site for members using the Peering, Research and Internet Buying Group services to access their account information and chart their bandwidth use….
NorQuest College has joined the University of Alberta, NAIT and Athabasca University in a major inter-institutional collaborative project that is using cloud computing to change the way schools deliver online services to students.
Cybera’s staff are now working comfortably in a range of high-end office suites that were donated by Cenovus and the charitable group Deliver Good.
Alberta nominees for Canada’s most prestigious innovation awards, the 2013 Ernest C. Manning Awards, were introduced to members of the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton last week to help draw attention to the important role of technology entrepreneurs in the province.
Cybera’s team helped beta test an exciting new product called Nebula One, which is being launched today in California by Nebula, a world leader in cloud computing.
The results of an exciting pilot project that shares climate and water data across international borders, called the Climate-Hydrologic Information Sharing Pilot, is set to be released to the public on April 16, 2013.
The first official OpenStack Operations Guide has been unveiled this week.Cybera’s Joe Topjian was one of five cloud operators who wrote the guide, which provides a definitive source of information on installing and developing code for the cloud software OpenStack. The manual covers topics such designing and monitoring a cloud, and troubleshooting issues.To read an online version of the manual, or purchase a printed copy, please click here.
Cybera’s Robin Winsor spoke on February 20, 2012 at an event focused on the evolution of innovative work spaces in Canada.
On March 4, 2013, TEC Edmonton will host a Lunch & Learn series with John Shillington, Vice President, Technology at Cybera, who will describe the computing resources available to accelerate the growth of businesses in the province.
Instincts and estimates about rising or falling water levels in rural Alberta can now be checked by factual data through an online platform launched in early 2013.