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3D Printing a Big Deal Now and in the Future

September 21, 2017
3D printing will change how organizations work and how IT pros will do their own jobs.
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Think Strategically About Security at the Technical and Corporate Levels

September 20, 2017
How an organization approaches security at both the technical and corporate levels must be a function of an established and shrewd philosophy.
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China Telecom, Comcast and Optus Make SD-WAN Moves

September 19, 2017
SD-WANs are the earliest success story in the SDN universe.
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Department of Homeland Security Goes After Kaspersky Security Software

September 18, 2017
The Department of Homeland Security is mandating all departments and agencies spend the next 30 days identifying security software in their systems from Kaspersky Lab.
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Small Cells at MWC: Obstacles and Progress

September 15, 2017
At Mobile World Congress in San Francisco, executives for Nokia and Sprint asked the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to eliminate some non-technical obstacles.
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Attacks on Mobile Devices, Apps and Bluetooth Increase

September 13, 2017
Mobile security is a never-ending back and forth between law breakers and those protecting their data, networks and the public. The news this week from that front is not particularly encouraging.
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Ransomware and SMBs: The Backup Plan Should Be the Main Plan

September 12, 2017
SMBs hit by ransomware are doing a better job of doing the right thing, such as making backups and educating themselves on malware.
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LTE Networks Heading Toward Gigabit Speeds

September 12, 2017
LTE is flexing its still formidable muscle as Mobile World Congress convenes in San Francisco. In anticipation of the show, both T-Mobile and AT&T made LTE-related announcements.
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AT&T Outlines How Its Drone Use Will Evolve

September 11, 2017
AT&T said that in the future it will use drones to do tasks more agilely.
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Chip Makers Working Hard on 5G

September 11, 2017
Chips, chipsets and related elements are the little engines that make new technologies go. There is news on that front as it relates to the emergence of 5G.
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Dealing with the IoT Means Dealing with Change

September 8, 2017
The IoT brings great and fundamental changes and only organizations that take appropriate steps will thrive.
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Putin Weighs In on AI as Huawei Makes Announcements

September 7, 2017
The latest person to speak out about artificial intelligence (AI) is none other than Vladimir Putin.
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5G Announcements Pick Up Steam as Ecosystems Battle, Standards Work Continues

September 4, 2017
The move toward 5G networks is moving forward on a consistent basis. Several announcements were recently made.
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Not Like the Old Days, but Better Than a Loss: Smartphone Sector Gains Slightly

September 1, 2017
Two trends, a two-year replacement cycle and new user demand, will keep the smartphone sector moving.
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Hurricane Harvey Suggests that Emergency Networks Improving Even Before FirstNet

August 30, 2017
As much as has gone wrong with the storm devastation, the communications infrastructure has done surprisingly well.
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The Hidden Complexities of Virtualized Environments

August 30, 2017
Software lifecycle management and software licensing are two distinct realms. They are both complex and are deeply connected. The move to virtualization has big impact on both and IT departments must plan accordingly.
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Amazon Closes Whole Foods Deal: Good News for a Mall Near You

August 29, 2017
The move of web companies into brick and mortar seems to be more than a trickle and less than a wave.
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New York State to Offer Full Broadband Access

August 28, 2017
The $50 million New York Broadband for All program recently extended its grant deadline for provisioning of services to rural areas.
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Drone Rules Still Uncertain as Sector Approaches Cruising Altitude

August 24, 2017
It is possible to differentiate between hobbyist and commercial drone use. More broadly, however, confusion at the hobbyist level seems likely to impact the commercial side.
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