INNOVATION 2015

Each year, close to 350 technology transfer and industry engagement practitioners from academia, industry and government as well as venture investors and other managers of Canada’s intellectual assets come together for the INNOVATION conference.

Don’t miss this opportunity to strengthen client relationships, investigate resources and learn about developments in Canada’s innovation economy.

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Latest Articles

  • Five Benefits of Hiring Implementation Consultants

    September 25, 2017

    To some people, the word “implementation consultant” evokes a negative response. It reminds them of past bad experience. However, hiring the right implementation consultant can help you invigorate and strengthen your software initiative. That makes it easy to plan and navigate the software lifecycle. You also save time and money. Here are five ways implementation consultants can benefit your software initiative.

  • 4 Best Practices for Choosing a Field Service Management Software System

    July 27, 2017

    There are numerous reasons service companies initiate their processes to purchase, review, and implement the new field service management software. Regardless of the many reasons that make your service company make that decision, many important ways are available to organize the purchasing process that eliminates the significant and unexpected increase in your success chances with the new system. Here is a combination of the top best practices for choosing the bet field service software.

  • The Top Three Printers Every Small Business Should Have

    July 24, 2017

    Many startups overlook the importance of buying business printers. Office printers come in different colours, designs and performance. You need to get a printer that can help you execute your business operations smoothly. Here are the three top printers you might want to consider.

  • What You Need To Know About Studying At a Canadian Business College

    June 29, 2017

    Canada has always been voted as one of the best countries in the world to do business in. Just a couple of years back, an Economist Intelligence Unit report ranked Canada as the best place to conduct business, globally. But that's not all; the country also boasts to be the home of some of the best business schools in the world. The country offers an extensive range of business-related academic opportunities for aspiring business professionals. You can choose to pursue a certificate, a diploma, or a degree in business from one of the many reputable business college Toronto in Canada, depending on your academic needs.

  • The Benefits of Website Visitor Tracking Software You Should Know

    March 1, 2017

    A website visitor tracking software has never been more important than now. New businesses emerge every day and competitors come up with robust techniques to be ahead of the rest. Not to mention, new marketing trends emerge all the time. Businesses have no choice but to measure their website performance and determine whether they need to improve or not. One of the key techniques for monitoring the performance of a website is tracking its traffic using a software. Here are some of the major benefits of a website tracking software.

  • Grants for Small Businesses: Understanding How It Works

    January 16, 2017

    Every year, small businesses are awarded billions of dollars in form of government grants. Although most people know that grants exist, few clearly understand where to get them, how to qualify for them, or even how to apply for them. In connection to this, the following are a few facts that you need to understand to leverage on grants for small business.

  • When Is It Worth Automating System Integration Testing?

    November 29, 2016

    If you have a software or software/hardware product or tool that you are rolling out to employees or customers, System integration testing will normally be manual. At the same time, it doesn't always have to be a completely manual process.

  • Modification of GPS for Effective Use in Indoor Navigation

    November 16, 2016

    Since it was released for civilian use by the US government, Global Positioning System (GPS) has had a reputation as the most reliable navigation system in comparison to its Russian, European, Indian and Chinese alternatives. For a long time, however, its glory has been blemished by its poor performance in indoor navigation. The main weakness lies in the attenuation and scattering of GPS satellites signals by obstructive objects such as walls and roofs. The effort to modify the navigation system for efficient indoor localization is, therefore, great news.

  • The New Features Found On Microsoft Office 2010

    August 20, 2016

    Every few years, Microsoft releases a new version of their Office software package that includes key programs like Excel, Word and Outlook. The upgrade to Office 2010 Suites saw several big changes to the classic look and feel of the software. While a few changes were jarring to some users who were accustomed to older versions, many of them are now considered key features that will appear in future versions of Microsoft Office.

  • Types of Documents That Needs To Be Properly Shredded

    July 8, 2016

    You've probably heard about the importance of document shredding Sydney to protect your personal information. According to the Canadian Council of Better Business Bureaus, identify theft costs the nation $2 billion annually. But what constitutes the sensitive information fraudsters are looking for? And are there types of documents that you should keep?

  • What You Can Do With Microsoft Windows 7

    June 27, 2016

    Microsoft Windows 7, released to the public in 2009, is one of Microsoft’s more recent client OS releases and remains one of their most popular choices among consumers due to its reliability, especially considering the drastic changes made with the releases of Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 – changes that many found confusing and unnecessary. It was released in six different versions, though only three are available for purchase through retail; Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate – with Home Premium and Professional being intended for home users, small business environments, and enthusiast users, respectively.

  • Automatic Backup of Microsoft Office 2007 Documents

    June 21, 2016

    With the 2010 edition of Office, Microsoft introduced file backup and synchronization to the average user. Like Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 also had SharePoint support, but SharePoint is an enterprise-level solution not likely accessible to the home user. If you own or are planning to buy Microsoft Office 2007 and want backup and sync capabilities, you do have a number of options. I