Altitude’s Partner Sheridan Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT) Fosters Collaboration and Adoption of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can access Sheridan Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT)‘s applied research expertise, cutting-edge equipment, and advanced manufacturing facilities. CAMDT also offers diverse programs to provide outstanding SMEs with funding.   Transforming Vision into Reality A recent article by Sheridan College profiles George Balyasin, a Guelph-based entrepreneur and co-founder of… Continue reading Altitude’s Partner Sheridan Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT) Fosters Collaboration and Adoption of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters SMART Prosperity Now Program

In today’s global competitive environment, your company’s survival is on the line every day – a loss in productivity can mean missed timelines, increased costs and a potential loss of future business. Ensure your company’s competitiveness now and for the future – join SMART Prosperity Now! SMART Prosperity Now is administered by Canadian Manufacturers &… Continue reading Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters SMART Prosperity Now Program

CME launches 2nd round of workshops for SMART Prosperity Now program

Manufacturers in Southern Ontario are taking note of a new way to access public funding to support their productivity and export objectives: the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters’ (CME) SMART Prosperity Now program. The $18.9-million program is funded by the federal government’s FedDev Ontario agency, but administered through CME, Canada’s largest industry and trade association representing… Continue reading CME launches 2nd round of workshops for SMART Prosperity Now program

Half of Canada’s Small Businesses Think Hackers Won’t Target Them. They’re Dead Wrong.

By Knowlton Thomas Symantec recently released the findings of its 2011 SMB Threat Awareness Poll. It revealed that, while awareness is high, small and medium businesses don’t consider themselves targets of cyber attacks. More than half of SMBs are familiar with the various security threats such as keystroke logging and malware. They know these attacks can lead… Continue reading Half of Canada’s Small Businesses Think Hackers Won’t Target Them. They’re Dead Wrong.