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:
By Backbone Staff | May 9, 2013 5:00 AM | Categories: Tech events
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.
By Glen Farrelly | April 2, 2013 1:15 PM | Categories: Tech events
Yesterday was the second and final day of the Digital Media Summit
conference in Toronto. I recapped my highlights from the first day of the conference on Webslinger
and the Twitter feed has useful highlights
By Glen Farrelly | March 21, 2013 5:45 AM | Categories: Tech events
I haven’t been to an industry conference in a long while, so it was refreshing to move from (generally stuffy) academic conferences to hear about the invigorating realm of digital media in the real world at today's Digital Media Summit
How can an established well-proven process be a liability to business productivity? Mateen Greenway deals with this perplexing question and others that business innovators face in today's technology climate.
Mobility is disrupting and transforming business, bringing new opportunities that also bring new demands on IT.
It was a big day for Waterloo’s BlackBerry. Jan. 30 began with CEO Thorsten Heins officially dumping the name “RIM” in favour of “BlackBerry.” Heins then unveiled the new BlackBerry 10 operating system and launched the first BB10 device: the Z10.
Jan. 30, 2013, was a big day for Research In Motion. The company launched its much-anticipated and long-overdue BlackBerry 10 operating system and handhelds.
The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend is on the rise, and 2013 is the year to make sure plans and policies are in place.
By Peter Wolchak | December 17, 2012 4:15 AM | Categories: Tech events
The big theme at Dell World 2012
is “transformation.” At least, that’s the message I am getting from founder Michael Dell.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology is changing our lives. It is now possible for us to turn up our home heating on the way home from work by using a smartphone or tablet, or activate the home security system to allow a family member in who mislaid his keys. Similarly, M2M technology is changing the way businesses operate.
By Sue Ansell | October 30, 2012 5:00 AM | Categories: Tech events
Thirty-seven medal recipients were honoured in a presentation ceremony on October 21, 2012 at the i-CANADA conference in Montreal.