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Data and Telecom : July 2016 Archives - Page 2

Companies’ communications strategies must be agile in a rapidly evolving market

Software-Defined Networks Just Want to Get Along

13 Jul, 2016

The UNH-IOL and a couple of vendors have taken steps to ease the transition to SDN technology. ...More >

Companies Are Working Hard to Make the IoT More Secure

12 Jul, 2016

Many announcements have been made recently in regard to the IoT and security, suggesting that the industry is working hard to put people’s fears to rest. ...More >

5G: Which Came First, the Technology or the Standard?

11 Jul, 2016

Providers and vendors are announcing tests, choosing sides and generally building hype long before anyone knows precisely what 5G is. ...More >

Skype Meetings Goes After Small Businesses

08 Jul, 2016

News this week included Skype Meetings, telemental health service ratings, a CenturyLink fiber move, a Polycom sale, and numbers on mobile video revenue. ...More >

Mobile Payments Still Confusing, Still Growing

07 Jul, 2016

One quarter of U.S. smartphone owners use payment apps at least once monthly and more than 3 million retailers use Apple Pay and Android Pay. ...More >

BlackBerry Passes Two Milestones

06 Jul, 2016

While it's making a move from hardware to software, BlackBerry is still bringing out new phones. ...More >

Why Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Are Important

05 Jul, 2016

DR and BC are like any other type of insurance: People generally understand its importance, but tend to not pay attention until it is too late. ...More >

Peace on Hold on the LTE-U Front?

01 Jul, 2016

News this week included a recurrence of discussions about LTE-U, a massive health care data hack, telecom positions from Hillary Clinton, and good new for small cells, IoT and SDN. ...More >

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