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Driving forces accelerating and decelerating connected car security

Blog  Although the automotive industry isn't particularly new to data or telematics, competitive forces are placing huge pressure on manufacturers to figure out how to actually use all these data. What's new is the imperative for manufacturers to, in real-time and even predictively, analyze data and lever...

Last updated: Jun 3, 2016   5:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Cars, Connected vehicles, Internet of Things
Why changing your on-line "shop" should be no harder than changing your supermarket

Blog   I blogged yesterday on the implications of the split of priorities between access to broadband and protecting the environment as revealed in the recent Policy Exchange report. Today I would like to expand on why I think Dido Harding was correct when she used the presentation meeting to call for mor...

Last updated: Jan 15, 2013   9:49 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      BBC, C-op, Iceland
The Internet of Things Meets Usability

Blog  Prior to the release of the Nest Thermostat in 2011, the Internet of Things was mostly hype. Refrigerators that texted you when milk spoiled were not really possible. Lawnmowers that texted you they had not been used in awhile were less useful than, say, looking at the grass. Today, internet of thi...

Last updated: Jul 6, 2018   7:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncharted Waters   |      Internet of Things, iot
Inane CIO surveys

Blog  We are conducting a survey among the top CIOs on IT trends, data centre efficiency, Cloud computing adoption, business analytics, mobility, leadership, top 5/10 priorities, technology priorities, top 5/10 IT challenges, business challenges, social media adoption, big data, security, phew! You na...

Last updated: Mar 18, 2013   5:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: Oh I See! Getting CIOs to view their jobs from a different angle
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
Airwave goodbye, hello ESN

Blog  The government recently announced plans that despite facing delays and setbacks a new Emergency Services Network (ESN) will be phased in from the beginning of 2019. It will replace the legacy infrastructure, Airwave, a radio-based terrestrial trunked radio (Tetra) network. Now, Tetra, and s...

Last updated: Dec 10, 2018   11:32 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Full Spectrum   |      4G, Mobile
Disaster recovery and business continuity: A best practice guide

Blog  In this guest post Paul Timms, managing director of IT support provider MCSA, shares his thoughts on why enterprises can ill-afford to overlook the importance of business continuity and disaster recovery. With downtime leading to reputational damage, lost trade and productivity loss, organisation...

Last updated: Jul 13, 2018   3:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ahead in the Clouds
Two Cheap Phone Deals -- From Best Buy, of All Places

Blog  My last post was titled Goodbye, Contract Cell Phone Plans. It was about the joys of prepaid cellular service, and how it saved me all kinds of money. About four hours after I uploaded that post, my HTC phone died. A snickery person might say it died because someone dropped it onto a hard floor whil...

Last updated: Sep 27, 2013   11:13 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing
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
Survival of the paranoid

Blog  She received an alert from credit card Company of a debit of $50 from the neighborhood grocery store. She panicked and then remembered that it was probably the refrigerator ordering replenishments (My refrigerator has gone shopping). She was however worried about what did it end up ordering. Having ...

Last updated: Sep 29, 2014   11:50 AM GMT  |  Blog: Oh I See! Getting CIOs to view their jobs from a different angle   |      BYOD, Internet of Things, Security
Review: BlackBerry Storm 2 - More of a drizzle than a storm

Blog   This is not the first Storm that I've got to know intimately, I had something of a hate/hate relationship with the original model. Actually, there were only three things I really loathed about it: the lack of WiFi, the slow web browsing and the godawful touchscreen on a spring that RIM seemed to th...

Last updated: Dec 9, 2009   8:11 AM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      BlackBerry
Modern Test Fundamentals - Quick Tests

Blog   There are plenty of approaches to software testing. The most common is probably what I like to call wamby-pamby confirmatory tests. These take the requirements, turn them sideways, and test one simple example for every type of test. So, for example, a good log-in in works, a bad username or ...

Last updated: Nov 14, 2018   7:04 PM GMT  |  Blog: Uncharted Waters   |      Software Quality, Software testing
A New Apple Guy

Blog  Well, last week I made the leap into the great unknown. After using flavours of Windows since version 1.0 I decided Id had enough. So from Birmingham Airport (UK) I bought MacBook Pro 13 with copy of Microsoft Office for Mac. Dont worry, I havent completely lost it and wont be...

Last updated: Nov 27, 2009   4:59 AM GMT  |  Blog: RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix
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
Mistakes That Startups Make #4: NDAs

Blog  I have talked to thousands of startups over the last 15 years. And most of them make mistakes that dramatically limit their overall potential for success. An unbelievably small fraction of startups succeed and there are good reasons why.There are few people that will tell you more firmly than I will...

Last updated: Feb 27, 2012   0:37 AM GMT  |  Blog: Innovate the Future: Breaking Out of the Box   |      angels, Funding, innovation
Fear and Loathing in Tech Innovation

Blog  One story in particular drifting out of South By Southwest caught my attention: The outrage and indignity over a trial/marketing stunt program which gave Austin-area homeless individuals a 4G "hotspot" that nearby techies could log in to and browse the web, while introducing the wireless vendor and ...

Last updated: Mar 14, 2012   2:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Cisco Systems released Cisco IOS Software updates for Cisco Catalyst 3750-E, 3750, 3560-E, 3560, and 2960 Series Catalyst Switches

Blog  Cisco Systems announces the release of Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(50)SE for Cisco Catalyst 3750-E,3560-E,3750,3560 and 2960 Series Switches. This new release from Cisco Systems introduces Energy wise technology and adds several enhancements in the areas of identity-based networking services ...

Last updated: Mar 14, 2009   5:22 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends
Apple gets its formula totally wrong

Blog   Well not its marketing formula anyway. I know this is not an outsourcing story but I couldn't resist putting it on the blog. I am sure a few of you are thinking about getting an iPhone 4 so this should make interesting reading. It is also a lesson in customer service and proof that Apple can really...

Last updated: Jul 2, 2010   3:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Investigating Outsourcing   |      AMR, Apple, Gartner
Goodbye, Contract Cell Phone Plans

Blog  My first cell phone cost nearly $1000 and air time was $1/minute, with a minimum of $200 per month on a two-year contract. But I owned a limousine service, and that was better than having an answering service handle my calls. Then, like everyone else, I got a phone that was included with my carrier'...

Last updated: Sep 24, 2013   10:51 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing
Massive and critical IoT: Helping developers choose the right connectivity

Blog  As the world becomes more and more connected -- cars, homes, vending machines -- the opportunity of IoT is that developers can connect almost any durable good to the internet. This is a big deal. But today, the true promise of IoT is just hype because constraints still exist around cost, battery lif...

Last updated: Aug 30, 2018   4:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      4G, Cellular, Connectivity
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