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The Cyber Summit is Alberta’s two-day technology think tank. Taking place in Banff, Alberta, from September 24-25, 2014, the theme of this year’s Summit is Crowdsourcing Innovation.
Featuring Sue Gardner, the former executive director of Wikimedia (which runs Wikipedia), the event will look at how a crowdsourcing mentality can aid both small businesses AND researchers and educators.
Other sessions will look at:
- The implications of net neutrality for Canadians
- Saving time and back-end costs through shared services
- What’s next for the internet’s infrastructure
The Cyber Summit will feature presentations and panel discussions by experts in: open media, digital tools that increase efficiency, networking, cloud computing, IT best-practices, as well as those bringing “maker” mindsets to the workplace.
In addition, it will offer in-depth workshops on: Data analysis and visualizations; Getting started with automation; Supporting research with the Science DMZ and Software Defined Networking; and Federated Identity for Alberta institutions.
Techvibes is giving away one conference ticket to a lucky reader. To enter, check out the Cyber Summit schedule, and come back here to tell us which session or workshop you’re looking forward to attending (in the comments).
You’ve got until Friday, September 12 to comment on this article, and the Cyber Summit organizers will pick a winner, to be announced on Monday, September 15 with an update to this article.
The Cyber Summit is hosted by Cybera, Alberta’s not-for-profit agency that is advancing technology adoption in Alberta. Cybera’s operations are enabled by a strategic investment from Alberta Innovation and Advanced Education.