Tag Archives: Canadian innovation

For Canada, How Big is “Everything” in The Internet of Everything?

Big: adjective \ˈbig\: a obsolete: of great strength b : of great force <a big storm> 2 a : large or great in dimensions, bulk, or extent <a big house>; also : large or great in quantity, number, or amount … Continue reading

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McMaster University and Cisco set to transform academic research in Canada

If you’ve been following this blog, you’ll know that recently I wrote about our announcements with the Universities of Waterloo, Laval, Saskatchewan and Regina. Each of these is significant on its own, but collectively they send a message to business leaders … Continue reading

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Canada 3.0: Creating a dialogue for innovation across Canada

What a week for innovation this has been for Canadians.  Two simultaneous events took place, Canada 3.0 (@can3_0, #CDA30), in Stratford and the Saskatchewan 3.0 Summit (#sask3summit) in Regina.  Both events provided a platform for great creative dialogue on Canadian … Continue reading

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Innovation key to Canada’s future success

Innovation matters more than ever. My keynote speech at this year’s Cisco Plus event on May 16 at the Toronto Congress Centre by Pearson airport will focus on this topic and I dare say it may be among the most … Continue reading

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