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Can Surface Pro 2 be a true notebook replacement?

Blog  Surface Pro 2 is being touted as a notebook replacement and Ive been using it for the last few weeks to see if I can get my job done. But theres a world of IT administrators out there who view the Surface Pro 2 with a skeptical eye. I put the Surface Pro 2 through its paces using our own Tech...

Last updated: Dec 23, 2013   5:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Ready-to-wear network management

Blog  One of the most overused clichs in the English language may very well be 'give the shirt off my back', as in I would do anything I can to help you out or lend a hand. This hasn't stopped people from casually throwing it around (like an old shirt), or prevented enterprising companies from bending o...

Last updated: Jul 21, 2009   4:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: Window on WANs
Borderless Networks: Ensuring Technology Leadership (Sponsored)

Blog  This sponsored guest is from Cisco Systems and was written byMark Leary, a Cisco seniorstrategistand Chief Marketing Officer - Network Systems. In my last blog, I outlined the three cornerstones of success for Borderless Networks Workplace Transformation, Technology Leadership, and Oper...

Last updated: Apr 29, 2010   1:30 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
IoT and the mergers and acquisitions race for silicon

Blog  The internet of things is, as the name implies, a merging of bits and physical objects. Those objects represent a ripe destination for new types of silicon chips, prompting a wave of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the semiconductor market. The most recent news is the acquisition of NXP by Qua...

Last updated: Nov 17, 2016   8:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      ARM, Avago, Broadcom
Thoughts on the iPhone security hype

Blog  Much has been made about the release of Apple's iPhone, including a lot of speculation on the security risks of using one. There's so much blogosphere noise on the subject that I've decided to focus on nothing else. Headlines on the iPhone are all over the place. Some dismiss the notion that hacker...

Last updated: Jun 29, 2007   8:33 AM GMT  |  Blog: Security Bytes
Paranoia and Personal Security - Redux

Blog  I got a lot of feedback for my last column of 2014 and not all of it was complimentary. You see, some of the theories I shared and opinions I voiced were based on a decade of being an early adopter of new technology. It placed me in a land where my perspective was polluted because I was too familiar...

Last updated: Jan 1, 2015   8:29 AM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner   |      Data, Mobile, Security
UCaaS - Alcatel-Lucent Recasts PC As The Personal Cloud

Blog   Many will know Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) as the infrastructure company providing high-end switching and routing, many will also know that there will be a bloodshed in the carrier infrastructure as Ericsson, Cisco, Avaya, Huawei, NSN (soon to be just Nokia), ZTE, Juniper and ALU fight it out on carrie...

Last updated: Jul 2, 2013   2:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      Alcatel-Lucent, UCaaS, Video conferencing
What does the GDPR mean for IoT?

Blog  Unless you have been hiding in a cave, you have probably heard of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). And it comes into force on May 25th. Its impact will be far-reaching. Companies who are not in the EU -- or soon to be out of the EU -- are not exempt if they have any dealings with custo...

Last updated: May 21, 2018   2:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Compliance, Data privacy, Data protection
Why eMMC Makes New-Crop Low-Budget Devices Cheap

Blog  Right now, you can buy an el-cheapo HP Windowslaptop for $200. It's designed to compete with Chromebooks, while offering a more familiar (and complete) computing experience -- at least, in the minds of some -- than the "other platform" can provide. Curious as to what's inside the New HP Stream 11 ...

Last updated: Oct 29, 2014   3:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop   |      Chromebook
iPod Touch replaces medical show guide; Flash alternative in works?

Blog  While most people equate the words "iPod Touch" with "music player," health care IT pros are beginning to understand its potential function within the enterprise: as an iPhone -- without the AT&T calling plan -- that happens to play music. Some hospitals are providing nurses and physicians who d...

Last updated: May 12, 2010   6:01 AM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      Adobe, Adobe Flash, Apple
How many died when West London lost its networks?

Blog   As yet it is unclear how many lost their phone and broadband connections and for how long, as a result of the flood and fire at the Paddington exchange yesterday but it is reported to have affected over 400 exchanges. HMG has just released its long awaited Cyber Crime ...

Last updated: Apr 1, 2010   12:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      Eurim, fire, Resilience
Deciphering hype from reality for autonomous drones

Blog  Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), aka drones, have seen robust market adoption fueled primarily by consumer/hobbyist and commercial demand for photography, videography, and media and entertainment. According to the Federation Administration Authority (FAA), drone shipments in the United States are for...

Last updated: Apr 6, 2017   6:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Amazon, Drones, Internet of Things
Overheard - The new vocabulary of cloud computing - glossary

Blog  Have you ever wanted to make up a word? Now's the time. Just make sure it has something to do with a cloud. Play a little Rolling Stones and get those neurons firing (Hey, hey, hey, hey -- get off of my cloud) I just want to jot these down before I forget. Seems like every day I stumble across more...

Last updated: Sep 18, 2008   7:51 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from
Channel news: IE7 download is spam; Calif. wastes $1.4B onIT; Symantec Backup Vista-rified

Blog  Spam poses as Internet Explorer 7 download Beware of emails from "" It may look like an invitation to download Internet Explorer 7, but it's really a trick to infect machines with malware. [] California's $1.4bn IT boondoggle More dollars than sense. [TheReg]...

Last updated: Apr 2, 2007   11:28 AM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
A Budget to free up the Business Broadband market - the superhighway to economic recovery.

Blog   The Digital Communications Infrastructure Structure Strategy announced in parallel with the Budget shows that DCMS and Treasury have responded to the inputs to the consultation last year and  raised their sights. The new targets are 100 mbs to all but the most remote households but, more impor...

Last updated: Mar 20, 2015   2:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      Broadband, BT, CCTV
How to fix this broken system

Blog  So communications minister Ed Vaizey has unilaterally ditched net neutrality, setting his face against his own internet adviser, Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee, internet inventor Vint Cerf, and the prevailing sentiment in Brussels. Why?Firstly, in the UK, net neutrality, namely the idea that on the ne...

Last updated: Nov 18, 2010   4:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: Digital Dividend   |      4G, Berners-Lee, ISPA
Wearables: The next wave of enterprise IoT?

Blog  As the internet of things evolves and grows more advanced, global organizations are increasingly turning to wearable devices for real-time data feedback and a competitive edge over their peers. By 2020, there could be as many as 600 million wearable devices connected to the internet (not to mention ...

Last updated: Feb 1, 2018   6:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Boeing, customer, Data
Verizon Still Likely to Get the iPhone This Year

Blog  Apple CEO Steve Jobs officially took the wraps off the iPhone 4 yesterday, and to the dismay of many said nothing about a version for Verizon. Instead, AT&T will be the exclusive provider of this smartphone when it debuts later this month. Verizon customers, don't be disappointed. Apple is foll...

Last updated: Jun 8, 2010   7:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: Brighthand Bytes
Has 'the network' reached the end of the line?

Blog   When John Gage of Sun Microsystems coined the term 'the network is the computer' in 1984, it seemed to effectively sum up the distributed computing paradigm that was overhauling the old world of mainframes and minicomputers. For long enough it looked pretty accurate, so much so tha...

Last updated: Oct 18, 2013   1:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights
Near field communication: The next cool (health care) thing?

Blog  When two smartphone users pass music playlists to each other by tapping their Android phones together in the hilarious Samsung S III commercial mocking Apple fanatics (extended version here), a jealous iPhone user waiting in line for the "next big thing" exclaims "Hey! What'd you just do?" What the...

Last updated: Nov 14, 2012   7:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Health IT Pulse   |      EHR security, google android, HIPAA
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