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Posts in category "Lunch and Learn"

Why Good Companies Fail

Posted on July 24

Recently, a customer asked me to develop a seminar for his executive team and board of directors on the topic “Why Good Companies Fail.” A fascinating question which begs to be answered. After all, how could good (and even great) companies like Nortel, Kodak, and others fail? Yet somehow they have. Each the leader in […]   Read full post »

Smart Parking Pilot Project: An IoT Milestone

Posted on July 18

Last month, FoxNet was thrilled to be part of the Data Hub Sessions at Communitech. Joined by the City of Stratford, ODX and eleven-x, we enjoyed the opportunity to be part of a panel discussing the Stratford’s Smart Parking Pilot Project. It was a great experience, allowing us to share information about how IoT solutions […]   Read full post »

Love Your Data

Posted on February 7

Great relationships take work, and your relationship with your data is no different. If you’re like most companies, your data is the backbone of your business. Do you have a plan for recovering your data if it were lost? Is your data backed up in a location you trust? If you haven’t been giving your […]   Read full post »

Simply Increase Efficiency and Productivity!

Posted on June 7

Join SimpliVity at FoxNet HQ for another edition of FoxNet’s Lunch and Learn series! This month’s event will take place on June 28 at 11:30 a.m. at FoxNet HQ in Waterloo. SimpliVity strives to simplify modern data centres. It’s OmniCube and OmniStack products can be found in IT systems around the world, and its clients […]   Read full post »

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