June 16, 2010
Your look at CATAAlliance News, Events & Opportunities
3rd Annual First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum Launched - RCMP CTO to Provide Keynote
Ottawa, June 16, 2010 CATAAlliance has launched it's third annual First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum, this year taking place in the Atlantic Canada region and being headlined by an opening keynote by Michael Doucet, Chief Technology Officer for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
The Forums provide a dynamic, interactive environment where ICT vendors get the rare opportunity to meet exclusively with leaders from Canada's First Responder and Public Safety and Security (PSS) community as the groups work towards ending Canada's interoperability crisis and technology gap. The Forums apply a unique "Dragon's Den" approach coupled with a series of first responder led dialogues has proven to be a valuable format for all who participate.
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Michael Doucet, CTO, RCMP to provide opening day keynote
Michael Doucet, Chief Technology Officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police will provide the keynote speech at the 3rd Annual CATA-CPRC First Responder Vendor Outreach Forum .
Can traditional television survive the Digital Revolution?
Join Wired.com’s Editor in Chief, Evan Hansen for a discussion on the new realities of entertainment, June 21, 2010
i-Canada Chair Wins Digital Impact Award
Bill Hutchison, Chair of the i-Canada (Intelligent Canada) program, has been awarded the prestigious REALCOMM Digital Impact Award. The REALCOMM award is given to the person who has best advanced the development of the “net generation building”.
CATA Action Committee on Entrepreneurship
A CATAAlliance Teleforum - Monday, July 5th at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time
Better VC access the aim of CATAAlliance and Silicon Valley partnership
There's a new superhighway to United States venture capital through a recently announced partnership between CATAAlliance, Canada's largest high-tech association, and a Silicon Valley non-profit, said CATAAlliance's president and chief executive.