Local cloud-based security firm hosts live panel discussion at AGM
Feds are set to become "a large Leonovus reference customer," which Ottawa tech firm says will help it market to other large enterprise users.
The technology’s most fervent developers are typically cryptocurrency enthusiasts, whereas Leonovus is using it to power security applications – making for a mismatch in skillsets.
Leonovus and Bennett Jones LLP are adding fresh talent as of late.
“The Government of Canada is about to become a large Leonovus reference customer."
Blockchain and AI are a few of the emerging technologies underpinning Ottawa’s high-potential tech firms
"We’re on the right track now. We’ve taken the pieces that were broken and fixed them.”
Leonovus develops software that encrypts and stores enterprise data on its cloud, hybrid or on-premise solutions.
Cloud software developer says it expects to start generating revenues by this fall.
After going two quarters without any sales, data storage firm LeoNovus (TSX-V: LTV) says a software licence agreement with a Silicon Valley-based chip design company is the first step towards raisi