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Sarah McMullin

“The system says that there are 3 shirts in the store, but…” How many times have you gone into a store and asked an associate to look-up something, and after the look-up (which can also

(In which I make the general audience case) Where would U2’s Bono be without The Edge?  Similarly where would the Internet of Things (IoT) be without Edge Processing?    The Edge quite simply refers to

There was an article published in HBR titled “The Biggest Challenges of Data-Driven Manufacturing” in which they pointed out that IoT is at its peak for hype.  It cites the following 4 real challenges manufacturing

In January, the Toronto Star published this article reporting on a restaurant that was “misrepresenting” its patrons through either direct substitutions (for example corn syrup for “Canadian Maple Syrup”) or “mislabeling” (for example regular Boned

(AKA How an app called Timber won over the judges at Waterloo’s first CodeFest) Having never attended a hackathon before I didn’t know what to expect.  My only reference point was that scene in The

I recently read an inspring article in the WSJ about Bob Seger’s hit song Night Moves (yes, I am a huge Seger fan, and he can still rock it).  Did you know that Night Moves

How certain are you that the salmon you are eating and paying a premium for is actually Atlantic salmon vs. Pacific? How certain do you think food retailers are?   The US Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA)

I remember back in 2008 when we ran a webinar entitled “Designing Mobile Applications in a Facebook World” as part of iAnywhere (the mobile arm of Sybase).  This topic was novel at the time, partly

I took a really great mergers and acquisitions (M&A) class back in the day where the professor outlined a methodology for evaluating public companies.  The Synergy Premise was a component of this methodology (i.e. what

Mention open concept work spaces to someone and either you get a friendly recollection warm over their face or a nasty scowl followed by a shudder.  It’s now been almost two years since we’ve opened