CollegeMobile Presents at the World’s Best Technology Conference

Jess Richard, VP of Accounts & Marketing, was honoured to present at the 2012 World’s Best Technology (WBT) Conference in San Diego California on behalf of CollegeMobile. At the end of the summer, the opportunity to apply for a spot to present at the World’s Best Technology (WBT) presented itself. The WBT is the nation’s

CANHEIT 2012: Building the Digital University

This year’s Canadian Higher Education Information Technology Conference, CANHEIT 2012: Building the Digital University, was held at the beautiful University of Saskatchewan. CollegeMobile was a proud sponsor of the event and was privileged to present a breakout session to over 80 IT professionals. At the conference, Jess and I found it very obvious that universities

Launching the Wapos Bay iPad App at the Banff World Media Festival

Jenn Egroff, Director of Accounts & Marketing, was excited to represent CollegeMobile at the 2012 Banff World Media Festival this past week, alongside Melanie Jackson, Producer of Wapos Bay. In March, Melanie and I pitched the Wapos Bay Interactive iPad app at the 2012 Saskatchewan Media and Production Industry Association (SMPIA) Multi-PlatFORUM in Regina. We were one

Postcards from Apple WWDC

CollegeMobile Software Developer, Alan Yeung, attended the 2012 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).  WWDC gives developers an in-depth look at the latest in iOS and OS X. Developers learn and are inspired by more than 100 sessions led by Apple engineers.  Developers also have access to help directly from Apple experts through an extensive set

Inside Scoop on the World Wide Developer’s Conference

Kim has been programming mobile applications for many years. This was her second year attending the World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) for CollegeMobile. As a recent graduate from the U of S, Kim also qualified for a ‘Student Scholarship’ and was able to attend the conference for free! Here are the highlights from her experience

The Future of Media

Today I spoke at the Association of Electronic Journalists Prairie Regional Pro conference. The audience is a grouping of TV and radio new reporters and editors from the prairie provinces. There were many reporters there who I met previously while doing interviews. The talk was in a room of about forty people and the topic