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The Future of Academic Events: Integrating a virtual strategy into our business practice

With restrictions imposed on our operations and work from home measures due to the ongoing pandemic, Hospitality Concordia had to evolve its offering to meet the needs of its community for events. We quickly recognized that we had to support virtual events as a means for academics to further their research and starting in spring 2020 … Continue reading "The Future of Academic Events: Integrating a virtual strategy into our business practice"

June 15, 2022


Shifting Meeting, Event and Conferences to the Virtual world

MECS Virtual is an ongoing initiative by Simon Fraser University’s Ancillary Services to provide online event and conference services in response to the challenges posed by the pandemic. Meeting, Events and Conference Services (MECS) pivoted to a fully-featured online model that now facilitates not only virtual conferences and events, but also returns staff to work … Continue reading "Shifting Meeting, Event and Conferences to the Virtual world"

June 15, 2022





CAUBO 2021: Main Conference Presentations

Click below to download available CAUBO 2021 Main Conference presentations. Looking for the functional seminars? Visit the presentations page for CAUBO 2021’s functional seminars. PLENARY SESSIONS TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2021 THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2021

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June 30, 2021


Implementation of MS Teams telephony at UNB

The University of New Brunswick migrated its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony services to MS Teams successfully on August 27, 2020. This is the first time MS Teams telephony has been fully deployed at a university in Canada. MS Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 (M365) suite of cloud-based services adopted at UNB … Continue reading "Implementation of MS Teams telephony at UNB"

June 15, 2021



Campus Map Visulization for Displaying Occupancy Related Data

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) developed a Transparent Activity-Based Budget System (TABBS) in 2012. This model has a new approach for allocating provincial operating funding, tuition and indirect costs. Indirect costs are defined as the operating costs of the administrative/support units and also central funds. One component of indirect costs is the cost of space, … Continue reading "Campus Map Visulization for Displaying Occupancy Related Data"

June 29, 2020


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