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The Wonders Of Wireless...

Blog   Folks who work in IT - like myself - often tend to take technology somewhat for granted.It's only when you get on a train at King's Cross, en route to Leeds and the mighty Elland Road, and find free WiFi all the way up the line - and it works - so you can write blogs like this one, that you start t...

Last updated: Mar 28, 2009   10:52 AM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      802.11n, Mobile data, NetMotion
Live from Cisco Networkers 2008 - day 1 part 3

Blog  Cisco, Tesco and next generation networks Cisco will embed standards based software that delivers advanced voice and video communication features within its network hardware as it predicts demand for advanced network services in business will rise. The company is already in talks with Tesco about d...

Last updated: Jan 22, 2008   2:03 PM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      Cisco
Huawei and national security concerns: Lock the barn door after horse has bolted?

Blog  At times, babus provide us with tremendously amusing reading material early in the morning. The latest in this sequence is the Huawei telecom dealissue. Now, I do agree that the national security threat argument does hold water. But shouldnt this have been thought of while granting them permiss...

Last updated: May 4, 2010   5:44 AM GMT  |  Blog: Heard, and overheard
Time is now to put more WOW into your WAN

Blog  It is a bit ironic that as attendees at the FutureNet conference in Boston this week dined on Mexican fare as part of Cinco de Mayo festivities, just outside and within reach were gallons of hand sanitizer liquid. There were even small bottles of the stuff positioned at the registration desk, as ...

Last updated: May 5, 2009   5:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: Window on WANs   |      Tech support
Data centers are fair game for policies, too

Blog  When we think of security policies, visions of "acceptable use" and "passwords" often come to mind. But policies are much more than that - especially considering the complexities associated with data centers. Policies outline this is how we do things around here regardless of the specific topic. Whe...

Last updated: Nov 19, 2010   11:23 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Is anyone using Near Field Communications (NFC)?

Blog  A new stream of 'app opportunity' is said to be burgeoning across the software application development landscape. We are supposedly about to witness the real impact of Near Field Communications (NFC), a technology that can make secure contactless device-to-device communication a reality, or so we a...

Last updated: Jul 10, 2013   1:53 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Mobile, NFC
Target's need for industrialized IT; A lesson on digital leadership from the pros

Blog  Customer demand for Target's Lilly Pulitzer clothing line was so high that it overwhelmed the retail giant's website and mobile app. How could the company have avoided the snafu? Site Editor Fran Sales details the incident and explores the use of a "web-scale IT" approach. Also in Searchlight: Googl...

Last updated: Apr 24, 2015   6:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: CIO Symmetry   |      Digital media, Encryption, Mobility
BT - the next OTT provider thanks to 4G

Blog   BT Ireland logo (2005 - Present) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Last night, I had the pleasure of sharing dinner with the CEO of BT Global Services Luis Alvarez. And yes, that isn't me being facetious; he was actually very pleasant company and very affable - not something always associated with BT execs ...

Last updated: Jul 3, 2013   10:50 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      "Luis Alvarez", 4G, BT
Wireless monitoring beneficial for patients, but irks hospitals

Blog  As mobile health, or mHealth, continues to grow in health care, so does wireless monitoring. This type of care could be a key player for patients in two areas: Reducing hospital visits and subsequently costs, according to a New York Times article. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana...

Last updated: Sep 13, 2011   4:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      Uncategorized
Mobile broadband: it's not what you use that matters, just do it

Blog   Quite amusing to read the recent statement by Mobile broadband comparison site Top 10 Broadband that demand for 3G-embedded laptops and netbooks has been overestimated.     You'd think in these credit crunched times that there were much more pressing things to worry about but no. Wha...

Last updated: Dec 24, 2008   10:51 AM GMT  |  Blog: Computer Weekly Editor's Blog   |      Uncategorized
Samsung: It's better to be SAFE than sorry

Blog  LAS VEGAS -- Two new Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note and the Galaxy Tab 7.7, will offer security and management enhancements for business users. The devices, announced this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, are the first to carry the Samsung Approved for Enterprise (SAFE) tag. S...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2012   0:53 AM GMT  |  Blog: Taking Back IT
Getting connected on a Surface Pro

Blog   I devoted Day 21 of the 30 Days with Surface Pro series to connecting the Surface Pro tablet to the Internet--particularly when out and about using it as a mobile device. I've already demonstrated over the first few weeks that the Surface Pro is perfectly capable of acting as--and replacing--a t...

Last updated: Apr 22, 2013   1:26 PM GMT  |  Blog: Tech Strategy Trends
Do UK unions welcome member transfers to growing companies such as Huawei?

Blog   I was recently at a meeting with Huawei's head of managed services. Leroy Blimegger, global head of managed services at Huawei, was telling me all about the company's growing UK managed services business. Its customers are the carriers. Here is an article I wrote. There is quite a lot going on in t...

Last updated: Sep 18, 2013   10:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: Investigating Outsourcing   |      Uncategorized
The geek's gift guide 2016: nerdy must-haves

Blog  The CWDN blog picks just a handful of technologies as favourite nerd-must-haves for the forthcoming 'holiday' season. Sandberg Bluetooth Headphones Remember when Virtual Reality headsets gave you headaches and nausea? That's when they weren't very good -- but of course today things have change...

Last updated: Dec 20, 2015   10:43 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
The NBA Finals and Lenovo

Blog  Last week I took a "tech tour" of Boston's TD BankNorth Garden, home of the Boston Celtics. The tour, which took place hours before Game 1 of the 2008 NBA Finals, demonstrated how the NBA uses Lenovo tablet laptops to tracks statistics and scores during games. Aside from the tour, Lenovo also provi...

Last updated: Jun 9, 2008   9:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
CES news that IT folks should care about

Blog  LAS VEGAS -- IT pros can't ignore the International Consumer Electronics Show anymore. Well, that's not entirely true. IT pros can ignore a lot of it. All that stuff about cars and cameras and TVs and sound systems, while pretty cool, doesn't really affect enterprise IT. But CES also serves as the ...

Last updated: Jan 10, 2012   5:19 AM GMT  |  Blog: Taking Back IT
Customer satisfaction report points to provider highs and lows

Blog  Fixed-line telephone services have the happiest customers, but more customers are abandoning landlines in favor of wireless phone services, according to the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index report. The report shows not only customer attitudes toward Internet and telephone service provide...

Last updated: Jun 18, 2014   1:32 PM GMT  |  Blog: Telecom Timeout   |      Internet service providers, Landlines, Telecom
Steve Jobs legacy to IT

Blog  The simple elegance that Steve Jobs championed extends beyond clean, aesthetic designs and intuitive operation. Users expect electronics to just work, like Apples products generally do. The iPod got consumers used to the idea that having all your music available wherever you went was a reasonable...

Last updated: Oct 17, 2011   5:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
What value is a Cisco or Microsoft certification to a Telecom Engineer?

Answer  I have a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Telecommunication Engineering, with a main emphasis on Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), code division multiple access (CDMA), Wireless Local Loop (WLL) and WiMax. I'm not sure if all this is in high-demand in the world -- especially in the...

Last updated: Mar 5, 2009   11:15 PM GMT   |    Career Development, CCNA, Certifications
What Not To Do With 200m Of Your Money

Blog   So the government's Digital Britain roadmap goes into operation today.Given that there are 245 pages of the report wot launches it, I have focused on one obvious element, which is how much public money is being spent on the great new digital Britain, that amount being 200m. Now, clearly, the gove...

Last updated: Jun 17, 2009   1:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      "Brand Communications", "Digital Britain", "Internet conferencing"
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