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Lost Connections

Answer  I am having problems with some machines losing their internet connections. I do a ipconfig release and renew and everything is fine. The odd thing is after a couple of weeks, the problem goes away. Where should I start looking to find the cause of this issue?

Last updated: Jun 10, 2008   7:51 PM GMT   |    DHCP, DHCP Reservation, Internet
IBM Internet of Things Foundation @IBMBluemix

Blog  If you have not heard or got to know about IBM Internet of Things Foundation, you must. It is a service that is completely cloud-based and is fully managed. There seems to be a lot of in-house research and hard work gone into this project from IBM. The service offers to draw out value from Internet ...

Last updated: Jun 14, 2015   3:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quality Assurance and Project Management   |      IBM, Internet, iot
Sometimes I hate the Internet...

Blog   When I first startedusing the thing called "the Internet", it was via something called America Online (AOL). At the time, it was mostly about sending email or reading message boards. There weren't very many websites at the time, and there was almost no business transactions happening. Several ye...

Last updated: Mar 21, 2016   11:40 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      AOL, Cloud Computing, Internet
Just What If The IPv4 Addresses Did Run Out?

Blog   It's a question we should all ask. For the average IT user or network manager it's a significant point to actually consider. For a managed services company such as SAS Group, based down in an actually leafy bit of "greater" Crawley, it's a fundamental question to ask. Charles Davis, CEO of SAS b...

Last updated: Feb 27, 2012   2:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      "Mad Max", "Managed Networks", "SAS Group"
Recommended reading from mrdenny for June 13, 2014

Blog   This week Ive found some great things for you to read. These are a few of my favorites that Ive found this week. Ask Slashdot: How Long Will the Internet Remember Us? How is a Salary is Determined? Ask Slashdot: Why Are We Still Writing Text-Based Code? Xbox MVPs vSphere Upgrade Saga: ...

Last updated: Jun 13, 2014   5:05 PM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny   |      Internet, IT salary, Microsoft MVP
10 Minutes Versus 10 Days

Blog   I just moved apartments in Andorra and asked them if I could keep my current 100MbpsFTTH account (actually tops out at 83Mbps), related phone number etc - and the answer was "yes, of course" (with a bit of Catalan thrown in for good measure, most of which I ignored). Ten minutes after walking out ...

Last updated: Nov 14, 2011   11:19 AM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      "Andorra Telecom", ADSL, Bandwidth
To make Britain digital we need leaders who are part of the network, not apart from it

Blog   It's great to see so much debate taking place on social media - and hopefully in the real world - following Martha Lane Fox's Dimbleby Lecture broadcast on BBC1 last night. Regardless of what anyone thinks about what she said, if her talk starts a widespread debate about the role of the internet an...

Last updated: Mar 31, 2015   11:05 AM GMT  |  Blog: Computer Weekly Editor's Blog   |      "Digital Britain", "digital economy", "digital government"
Five things you'll one day be able to do via the internet

Blog   After a very surreal chat with a professor at City University London, I was filled in on the concept of multi-sensory human communication. It's a bit of a mouthful, but Adrian David Cheok, professor of pervasive computing at City University, explained that in the future, the internet will allow com...

Last updated: Nov 22, 2013   3:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      "Adrian David Cheok", "City University", "internet technology"
How is the www universe structured?

Answer  I'm a last century's analyst/programmer/developer/etc. I use the web, I work in an environment connected to everything. I can reach information from anywhere in the world. But all this is in a black box for me. Outside of my black box are my programming languages, my operating systems, my compiler...

Last updated: Mar 17, 2015   6:41 AM GMT   |    Internet, IT industry
Enterprise social media - where are they now?

Blog   After an initial rush towards enterprise adoption of social media and social networks, it seems that for many organisations, the idea of enterprise tools to stimulate a collaborative and social approach to the working environment is stuttering the same way that many early unified communications (UC...

Last updated: Sep 10, 2015   8:23 AM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      "Social media marketing", "Social networking service", Facebook
Text messaging 4 businesses - the rise of the machines

Blog   Now that so many people have smartphones, mobile network data plans have become more generous and instant messaging has sprouted everywhere from being embedded in social networks to tools like Skype, WeChat, WhatsApp and Viber, what does the future hold for SMS? Blossoming since the first festive ...

Last updated: Nov 3, 2015   8:33 AM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      "Android (operating system)", "Voice over IP", A2P
Digital Economy Act Farce, An Introduction

Blog  I hope this topic doesn't become too tiresome for readers of my blog but there is a real danger it could be and of that I am well aware, I will promise though that I will try not to devote too much time to this subject and risk alienating what I hope is a growing audience. This, being the Act, howe...

Last updated: Jun 2, 2010   5:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: Packet Blog   |      Digital Economy, File Sharing, Internet
Remembering David Bowie's very own ISP, BowieNet

Blog   As news reached us of the tragic news of the death of rock icon David Bowie at the age of 69, we were reminded that ever the talented and fearless innovator when it came to music, Bowie also had an eye for technological innovation.And eighteen years ago, what better way was there to innovate than t...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2016   11:23 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      BowieNet, innovation, Internet
Hacking Roundup - Tech News World

Blog  I like hacking news. Not because it trumpets vulnerabilities, but because it keeps people on their toes and holds all of us to common-sense standards. If we hear about someone waltzing onto the White House lawn, don't we all think a little harder about how we keep people off our business campus? You...

Last updated: Jun 11, 2015   1:50 AM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner   |      Data, Hacking, Internet
Inspiring the next generation of Britain's tech pioneers

Blog   This is a guest blog from Edwina Dunn, chair of the Your Life Campaign, which seeks to inspire young people by championing the range of career opportunities unlocked by studying maths and science. Last week, the very latest in cutting-edge technology from around the world was showcased a...

Last updated: Jan 15, 2015   4:40 PM GMT  |  Blog: ITWorks   |      "Andrei Sakharov", "Central Intelligence Agency", "Chinese language"
Cisco launches ISE 2.2 with a promise of more visibility and control

Blog  Since the introduction of Internet in early 90's to general public, no one ever imagined that Internet will grow so fast, and vast majority of organizations and consumers will be interconnected using the internet. It has expanded exponentially and still its is growing at its greatest speed. The inve...

Last updated: Jan 29, 2017   7:10 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      Cisco, Enterprise, Internet
Cisco launches "Umbrella" Secure Internet Gateway

Blog  Cisco launches the industry first secure internet gateway (SIG) in the cloud with an intention to address the security requirements of todays; mobile, cloud-connected enterprise. And Umbrella happens to Cisco's Secure Internet gateway product. In past, organisations contained their services like em...

Last updated: Feb 10, 2017   8:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      Box, Cisco, cloud
Whose governance do you trust most (or least): The Guardian, Google or GCHQ?

Blog   Recently I have been privileged to sit in on a number of discussions: - on security and surveillance in the post Snowden world and the effectiveness or otherwise of the various initiatives being touted by those with no more understanding of what is happening today than those who created the mess we...

Last updated: Dec 19, 2013   8:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      "Atlanta Olympics", "Daily Mail", "digital by default"
Will Internet Neutrality Cost Us Money or Save Us Money?

Blog  I'm personally in favor of Net Neutrality -- that is, having all Internet content providers pay the same rates to the broadband ISP oligopolists. And I say oligopolists because there are hardly ever more than one or two available to any given American, and often there is only one. So if you're a con...

Last updated: Aug 1, 2014   1:41 AM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing   |      FCC, Internet, Net Neutrality
Your Online Self and Your Real Identity - Security Strategy 101

Blog  Can people find you? Im still listed in many online repositories with a beeper number I had in college. Yes, I had a beeper in college because I couldnt afford a cell phone and I was a bike messenger. But both those intriguing tidbits are better saved for another column. Today, I want to discu...

Last updated: Nov 10, 2014   4:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner   |      Data, Internet, IT
Adventures in Vacation Internet Connectivity: Instructive but no Fun

Blog  Vacations are wonderful. I'm typing this in a deluxe one-bedroom suite at the Westgate Vacation Villas in Kissimmee, Florida. It may seem silly to vacation in central Florida when we live near the beach in Bradenton, FL year-round, but we have relatives in Baltimore who have a time-share in Kissimme...

Last updated: Apr 9, 2015   6:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing   |      Internet, Wireless
The Ofcom Consultation and the future of Digital Britain

Blog   HMG has just launched a consultation to extend the remit of Ofcom to promote "efficient investment in infrastructure". The six week timescale is determined by the need to legislate before the next government reviews the very existance of Ofcom. But can we afford a two year wait ...

Last updated: Aug 15, 2009   2:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      "CRB checks", "Hurricane Katrina", "Knowledge Economy"
Limiting Your Subscription Services

Blog  I have cable TV. I have Chromecast. I have Netflix. I am about to trade cable TV for over-the-air TV and a Tivo subscription. And Amazon Prime. That's another $99 a year, which is enough that it shouldn't be forgotten. What else? Phone service. Can't forget that. My wife has a $25/month Virgin Mobil...

Last updated: Jun 24, 2014   10:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing   |      Amazon, Internet, ISP
Scope for the Internet of things

Answer  What is the scope and use of internet of things?

Last updated: Jan 17, 2015   5:42 AM GMT   |    Internet of Things
Women in IT presentation: Sara Gardner, Hitachi Data Systems

Discussion  Driving societal impact through the internet of things

Last updated: Jul 28, 2015   9:54 AM GMT   |    Women in Technology
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