Technology clearly has its benefits, but it is the outcomes and business case that drive any consideration for technology adoption.
Ontario's information and privacy commissioner is calling on the provincial government to review and modernize its privacy laws to prepare for the 'risks inherent' with smart cities
After failed attempts to develop LeBreton Flats, the National Capital Commission recently announced it was
Apps that do things such as alerting drivers when a parking spot opens up nearby make life easier for urban dwellers, proponents say – but some critics wonder what will happen to individ
A local startup’s software is not only giving Ottawa firefighters valuable insights before arriving at a frenzied scene, but could also lay the foundations for a smarter and safer nation’
On a plot of land that once served as a stark reminder of how quickly a promising tech sector can go bust, a new facility is paving the way for cutting-edge products that could fundamentally change
Carleton University’s newish president was the keynote at the Mayor’s Breakfast in February, speaking to a jam-packed crowd of business leaders in city council chambers.
An Ottawa startup equipping first responders with smart tech has received a $615,000 loan from FedDev Ontario, one of the federal government’s regional development agencies.
Hydro Ottawa is giving its commercial customers a full picture of how their property is consuming power and offering solutions to help reduce their consumption.
In an attempt to capitalize on coming next-generation network capabilities, the City of Ottawa is partnering with the federal government to set up a