IIS has chosen CIRA as a technical and business partner - read the blog.
As many of you know, CIRA’s interests in the Canadian Internet extend beyond the .CA domain alone.
Hockey, bilingualism, maple syrup, snow – all generally accepted as part of the Canadian experience.
It seems that everyone is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) lately.
The skills Canadian kids will need to succeed in the 21st
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Yesterday I had the privilege of delivering the keynote address at the inaugural Internet Society (Canada) Symposium. In my remarks, I took the opportunity to talk about my thoughts on the current status of the IANA stewardship transition and enhancing ICANN accountability processes.
We all know the Internet has dramatically changed the business environment for many industries. From the music industry to journalism and publishing, businesses all over the world have had to adapt since the Internet took hold as a vehicle for commerce more than a decade ago.
Now we have the sharing economy. If its profile in the media is any indication, new companies like Uber and AirBnB represent a disruptive force with the potential to dominate the travel industry. It’s even become political theatre in the U.S. presidential race.