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Answer  Hello and thanks to all of you whoread this e-mail, and a special thanks to all or anyone whoresponds. First let me say I am not an IT person, nor does my small company employ an IT person,a decision I sometimes regret, but there is not enough business yet to justify the cost nor to keep him o...

Last updated: Jan 23, 2011   7:07 PM GMT   |    Internet access, Networking Equipment, Telecom network performance
Smartphones drive wireless, Android updates in pipeline

Blog  Whether smartphones clog cellular networks or not, theyre in demand as flagship elements of engagement with the consumer. They also help reduce a providers churn and let the provider churn opponents instead. No wonder, therefore, that Sprint will be launching the HTC Hero smartphone in October...

Last updated: Sep 4, 2009   7:24 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
The UK now has the potential to lead the way into a truly competitive on-line world. But has it the will?

Blog   The Sky take-over of O2 Broadband helps put recent manouverings, such as the BT invasion of the sports content market to try to get traffic for its Internet TV operations, into context. However, a definition of the "ISP Market" which leaves out Vodafone is not helpful. Vodafone's UK landline operat...

Last updated: Mar 4, 2013   1:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      Uncategorized
Connected to the mobile world, but not to the room?

Blog  Mobile devices provide a mix of connectivity and compute power on the move for most employees, and with the huge upsurge in adoption of tablets and smartphones this personal power can be used anywhere and remotely from other colleagues. However, it is still important in most working environments to ...

Last updated: Feb 11, 2016   3:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      Bitmap, Hertz, Intel
Do You Really Need a Notebook PC?

Blog  OK, this is going to sound like blasphemy to many, but Im not sure a notebook computer makes all that much sense anymore. I know a lot of people in SMBs (and elsewhere) use a notebook as their only PC, carrying it (and consequently all of their data) everywhere they go. Sure, thats convenient,...

Last updated: Feb 10, 2010   4:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: SMB: Small Mobile Business   |      netbook, notebook PC, Ubuntu
Channel news: Vista report card: Oracle plans security updates; zero-day auction raises fears

Blog  6 months later, a report card on Vista Chris Pirillo leaned away from his webcam and pointed to his printer/scanner/fax machine, which stopped scanning and faxing after he installed Microsoft Corp.'s new Windows Vista operating system. Oracle plans 46 security updates for database, software Attacke...

Last updated: Jul 16, 2007   12:03 AM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Gaming as a service -- GaaS

Blog  'Tis the yuletide season, so let's have a little fun today. Let's talk about games on the cloud. Not surprisingly, cloud gaming platforms are here. It's a GaaS. It's Gaming as a Service. You've built all kinds of apps for cloud and mobile -- retail, medical, financial, navigational, IoT and more. M...

Last updated: Dec 16, 2015   2:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: Head in the Clouds: SaaS, PaaS, and Cloud Strategy   |      Cloud Applications, Cloud Services, Online gaming
Tap UK's government site for health IT advice

Blog  Cruising the Web to check out a U.K. paper Brian Dolan over at MobiHealth News blogged about (the upshot: For iPad EHR implementations, the IT authorities do not recommend "Bring your own device" policies) led to our exploration of the country's National Health System's (NHS) IT guidance site, Conne...

Last updated: Jan 18, 2012   9:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      Uncategorized
Just What Is 4G, Anyway?

Blog  You've probably seen Sprint's ads for their 4G service, which is actually the company reselling capabilities from Clearwire, a broadband carrier running a network based on WiMAX that they partially acquired from Sprint. Confused? You don't know the half of it - there's more hype around 4G than most ...

Last updated: Mar 13, 2010   0:19 AM GMT  |  Blog: SMB: Small Mobile Business   |      1G, 2.5G, 2G
Network security concerns: Mo' remote workers mo' problems

Blog  When the network was built like a castle, located in one static location, it was easier to have perimeter defense--the castle walls, the moat and hill (i.e., the firewalls)--protecting the royalty... I mean, data. Nowadays, there's more royalty (information) to keep track of and they don't stay put ...

Last updated: Feb 14, 2008   8:01 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Giving One Carrier Exclusive Access to a Phone Is a Mistake

Blog  Verizon customers, ever wondered why you can't get an iPhone? It's because Apple and AT&T have an exclusive contract that prevents any other U.S. carrier from offering this smartphone. Such deals are completely legal, butnot a good idea. The poster child for what can go wrong is the Palm Pre,...

Last updated: May 21, 2010   7:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: Brighthand Bytes
Dear gadget hounds: Wireless networks more than their phones

Blog  I know, I know, it's just the natural tides of media coverage chasing after the latest buzz, but really: AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are more than their headline-grabbing devices. As I blogged previously, the Palm Pre and Sprint aren't fated together. Now we're being told that AT&T's iPhone fum...

Last updated: Jun 12, 2009   7:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Telecom Timeout
Channel headlines Feb. 19 — questions about EMC and SMB; Cisco flaws; Vista flaws

Blog   Questions fly as EMC Retrospect fades All signs point to the end of life for EMC's Retrospect backup software for small businesses. Sources say the company cannot support an SMB software channel. [] EMC, Netapp plan switcheroo EMC stoops for the midrange, while NetApp stretches f...

Last updated: Feb 19, 2007   2:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Microsoft's cloud-based Office beta tries to reverse losing roll

Blog  Microsoft made its Office 365 available as a public beta. The cloud-based version of Office is targeted at reducing Microsofts risks in its critical Office franchise by limiting the damage that things like Google Docs could cause. What it seems to be circling is a plan that would offer SMBs...

Last updated: Apr 19, 2011   10:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: Uncommon Wisdom
Cisco Support Communities

Blog  If you have been around the Cisco world for long, you have certainly heard someone say, "it's on CCO." This was most likely when you were trying to find the details for some Cisco product or configuration. CCO stands for Cisco Connection Online and is often used when referring to So, sayi...

Last updated: Jun 16, 2010   1:11 AM GMT  |  Blog: Can you hear me now? Tales from a Cisco voice instructor
Telecommunications puzzle

Answer  I am a land surveyor in the process of relocating my business. I want to have internet, phone (I'm out in the woods so I'll need a cell also), communication of data from remote locations, I guess some clients may still need faxes. We got rid of our (Home land line) still have the biz land line for...

Last updated: Dec 18, 2007   8:12 PM GMT   |    Broadband, Satellite systems, Telecom
Google extends its Nexus family

Blog   Hurricane Sandy may have prevented Google's press conference in New York from making a big announcement today, but the company has released product details on its official blog. Google has announced three new Nexus devices available in "small, medium and large". The devices include a smar...

Last updated: Oct 29, 2012   5:29 PM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      "Android 4.2", "Inductive charging", "iPad mini"
Our 2011 predictions: Spot on about mobility, ahead of the curve on social media

Blog  While many people are still clinging today to one last day off associated with the New Year holiday, I'm plowing through the requisite year-in-review and year-ahead materials that those of us in journalism use to help keep us honest throughout the year. With that in mind, I dug up my report from ear...

Last updated: Jan 2, 2012   10:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Bringing education into the 21st century

Blog   This is a guest blog by Chris Hale, software product marketing manager, working for Sharp in the UK.Today, education and teaching methods are on a transformative path. Schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions are endeavouring to keep up with digital and technological advan...

Last updated: Jun 16, 2015   8:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: ITWorks   |      "3D scanner", "Meg Whitman", "Personal computer"
Retail Sector Poised to Boost IT Investment

Blog  If the title of this blog post, and CompTIA's recent survey "Technology Grows in Importance for Retailers, New CompTIA Research Study Shows," didn't give away the game, even I would have been hard -pressed to pick retail as an emerging growth sector for IT investment. I guess that's because what wit...

Last updated: Jul 9, 2012   2:22 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Career JumpStart
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