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20/05/15 Cambridge Wireless strengthens Board with new elections
Cambridge Wireless (CW), the leading international community for companies involved in wireless and mobile, has elected new members to its board. Stephen Unger, Group Director and Board Member at Ofcom, was elected to the CW Board along with Graham Pink, CEO of Orbitil.
20/05/15 Future of Wireless Conference to tackle obstacles facing IoT revolution
Until manufacturers can put aside their own interests and start working towards a standardised operating system for all devices, rather than simply those of their own creation, the Internet of Things (IoT) will remain out of reach, according to Nicolas Graube, fellow at CSR and one of the speakers at the Future of Wireless International Conference on 23rd and 24th June. Sponsorship packages and exhibition spaces available.
19/05/15 Defend yourself and your company from digital threats
If you use a computer and connect to the Internet, then you need to understand how to protect yourself - and your business - from digital threats. Join Cambridge Network next month for a special Breakfast Workshop at Alconbury and learn about information security from an expert.
18/05/15 Come on You Schools!
As Huntingdonshire’s school pupils shake off their reputation for being heavier than they should be, the Huntingdon 10K charitable trust is doing its best to help out, by encouraging school teams to enter the 3K and 1K runs.
12/05/15 How does crowdfunding work?
Crowdfunding is on the increase for all types of projects and businesses. Find out how it works - and about other finance options - at a Cambridge Network Breakfast Networking event next week (Thursday May 21st).
28/04/15 Ignite 2015: Fast-tracking innovation to commercial reality
Applications close 18th May!
Are you an ambitious researcher, engineer or scientist looking to transform an innovation and prepare it for commercial reality? Are you looking to invigorate innovation within your company, build skills and strengths in the R&D teams, maximise the potential of new ideas and revitalise business in these tough economic times?