The Wavefront Wireless Summits
consisted of two parallel programming tracks covering the most important topics impacting business technology decisions today. The M2M Summit and the Wireless Business track included 2.5 days of sessions from the industry’s leaders.
Calling the hottest technology startups, entrepreneurs and growth companies with vision, technology and management – are you ready to take your business to the next level? Then enter Accelerate Okanagan's Jump:Start:Challenge by December 13, 2013
Canadian Digital Media Network is looking for 10 Canadian companies. With Brazil recently surpassing China as the seventh largest domestic IT industry in the world, and host to the upcoming World Cup & 2016 Summer Olympics, the opportunity for Canadian companies to connect with the Brazil market couldn't be greater.
Gamification—the use of game-design elements for applications in retail, education, healthcare and other applications—isn’t all just fun and play.
Speakers at the Canadian Wireless Trade Show taking place in Toronto, Ontario on September 25-26 will be covering a wide range of topics relevant to the wireless industry. Their live seminars are free if you register as an attendee for the Canadian Wireless Trade Show.
Whether it’s a learning module or a user engaging with a system, the authoritarian process of trying to shape and influence the user’s path with a definitive goal has its limits, says Stephen P. Anderson
, keynote speaker at Gamification 2013
The C100 in conjunction with the Canadian Consulate of San Francisco and Palo Alto invite 20 Canadian startups twice a year to Silicon Valley for 48 hours. Applications are now open!
The 4th Annual GROW conference
in Vancouver gets going today with an interesting and diverse line-up of speakers including Tobias Lütke of Shopify, Danae Ringelmann of IndieGoGo and Oleg Gutsol of 500px.
A company that makes a fast, non-invasive and painless test for breast cancer risk management took home top honours as the grand-prize winner of RIC Centre
’s Innovator Idol 2013, which the organization calls a hybrid of Dragon’s Den
and American Idol
Canadians are ingenious. We have built our nation through the innovative adoption of various waves of technology from the canoe right through to Twitter. Enterprises and public organizations have been particularly adept at using technology to achieve business outcomes or enhance the operations of society.
ITAC's Ingenious Awards Program in 2013 will celebrate the achievements of Canadian organizations that have demonstrated excellence and innovation in their use of information and communications technology (ICT).
While attending Dell’s Enterprise Forum in San Jose this week, it was immediately obvious that Dell is serious about repositioning itself as an enterprise IT vendor. Dell greeters throughout the event sported bright green T-shirts with clever sayings such as “Fibre keeps my network moving,” “Wearer carries no cache,” “I’m with the bandwidth” and -- my personal favourite -- “I’m too hot to swap.”
World-class speakers descended on downtown Toronto to join business and tech leaders from across the country and around the world at the CDMN Canada 3.0 2013
Suneet Singh Tuli explains the origin of Datawind's products; a vision for equality in education. After the first product presentation to the Indian government in 2003, the format of the product evolved substantially: from television add-on to tablet bundled with free Internet access! Videoed at CDMN Canada 3.0 in May 2013.
The Canada 3.0 conference wrapped up last week in Toronto with the announcement of the four winners of its inaugural CDMN Moonshot awards. The winners are:
World-class keynotes, breakout sessions and workshops and mentoring opportunities are all good reasons for startups and mid-sized companies to attend CDMN Canada 3.0 2013
. And there will be a chance to connect with exciting ventures such as Side by Side, Girls in Tech and Startup Drinks.