Cybera will be hosting an invite-only, one-day technical symposium in which participants will learn and exchange practical technical experiences with SDN, OpenFlow, and OpenStack. The symposium will kick-start exploration and adoption in the Canadian Innovation, Research and Education community. It will precede the 2015 Cyber Summit, which this year is focusing on the evolving discipline […]
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Last month, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) wrapped up a three-week hearing on the future of broadband in Canada. Nearly 90 academics, public interest groups, individuals, municipalities, and telecom companies appeared before the commission to comment on the feasibility of including high speed internet as a “basic telecommunications service.” The scope of the
The Rapid Access Cloud also allows you to host a simple website. This document will explain how.
Businesses or individuals who are affected by the fires in and around Fort McMurray are invited to use Alberta’s Rapid Access Cloud to temporarily store a backup of their servers, or get their websites, email hosting or other services back up and running. Available through Cybera, Alberta’s not-for-profit technology accelerator, this free disaster recovery service
Cybera partners with CIRA to offer new high-performance DNS service for Alberta’s public and education sectors
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority and Cybera have partnered to offer Cybera members improved Domain Name System (DNS) protection and performance.
Anyone can benefit from file synchronization. Having the most up-to-date files available from every one of your devices is a huge benefit.
Alberta Enterprise is a Foundation Partner of the Banff Venture Forum. Hosted on September 22 & 23, 2016, the Forum is designed to showcase the hottest hi-tech companies from across North America, offer insight into key issues within the industry, provide a premium networking opportunity and give companies a chance to learn from world-class professionals in
A successful Alberta start-up is bringing the Internet of Things (IoT) to the rail industry through a new product called the TRIG XLOAD.
The Calgary Girls’ School focuses on using technology progressively and intentionally. This has been an important driving force in their pedagogy, and has led learners to many wonderful and sometimes unexpected places.
It takes more than one app developer to create educational tools for students. It takes students, educators, school boards, businesses, community organizations, designers, creators and coders to build something truly valuable.