News this week included Charter's fixed wireless plans, big changes in tech trends, risks in connected cars, Bluetooth popularity, and Verizon's purchase of Skyward. More >
As mobile computing devices become the dominant means through which end users interact with web content, many organizations are more dependent than ever on content delivery networks (CDNs). More >
Key elements to upgrading AT&T's huge network to gigabit status will be software-defined networks and network functions virtualization (SDN and NFV), and ECOMP. More >
News this week included coherent optics, IoT Security Group, virtualized networks and 5G tests. More >
When a company intentionally harms a customer to force that customer to give it money, it not only is likely actionable, but it breaches trust. People do not want to do business with firms that do them harm and they tend to have a really long memory with regard to this kind of behavior. More >
News this week included a lawsuit against Charter, ambiguity on net neutrality, bad news for the tablet market, and privacy rules. More >
The wearable device can be activated to sound an alarm and send out a location-based text alert in the event of an attempted assault.More >
There isn’t enough consumer interest for GPS technology to help safeguard kids.More >
An Appster executive chimes in on smartwatches and how they might fare in the market. He also discusses how apps and interconnectivity will contribute to their success or demise.More >
Here are the top 10 strategic technology trends that will impact most organizations in 2017. Strategic technology trends are defined as those with substantial disruptive potential or those reaching the tipping point over the next five years.
The Intel Atom processor E3900 series employs 14-nanometer silicon to push processing horsepower out to the very edge of distributed IoT environments.
Digital innovation is by far the biggest influencer, changing the way we do just about everything, from shopping to communication to running a business.
Shadow IT can only remain in the shadows if IT allows it. Providing greater autonomy to users, developers, business units and tech admins will produce a more dynamic, flexible approach to workflow management.More >
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