Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS) recently announced that they will be expanding their Information Technology (IT) department to develop a server that can house the records of up to 2
Recently, the Globe and Mail published an article titled “The CRTC needs to start thinking outside the idiot box.” It’s written so well that we feel the need to highlight
A number of factors contribute to the state of a region’s economy, and without a doubt, education, small business potential, and tourism are crucial.
Let’s start on a high note
Recently, PC Magazine released its annual review of Canada’s fastest mobile networks. Unsurprisingly, The Big 3 telecom companies, Bell, Rogers, and Telus, were the fastest in the country. There is
One of SWIFT’s first blog posts was about YouTube EDU, an educational resource for school boards, teachers, and students. Sadly, without a decent Internet connection, an online resource like this
It was recently announced that Gravenhurst, a town of about 12,000 in the Muskoka Region of Ontario, will soon have access to the fastest Internet in Canada.
Vianet, a Sudbury-based
Recently, The Globe and Mail reported that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is backing pick-and-pay TV options.
Simply put, Harper believes that people should be able to pick which television channels
For the past several months, the research and information about Southwestern Integrated Fibre Technology (SWIFT) has been shared in person, on our website and through social media. The stories have
From June 9 to 11, the 2015 Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) Summit and Awards will take place in Toronto, which is the first time the annual Summit has been located
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The City of Calgary’s use of Twitter to communicate with its citizens during the intense snowstorm is a perfect example of how a reliable connection to