Data and Telecom : September 2016 Archives

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

U.S. Voting Infrastructure Under Attack

30 Sep, 2016

News this week included threats to the U.S. voting system, BlackBerry's exit from the hardware market, a data throttling case and artificial intelligence projects. ...More >

Cable Vendors Expanding, Virtualizing CCAP Offerings

28 Sep, 2016

One industry response to old, inefficient facilities is the development of the converged cable access platform (CCAP). ...More >

Small Cells Seek Acceptance

26 Sep, 2016

Municipalities can demand different things of those wanting to deploy small cells. ...More >

Nashville Passes ‘One Touch Make Ready’ Ordinance

23 Sep, 2016

An ordinance helps Google Fiber, Cisco makes a deal with Salesforce and the OpenDaylight Project has introduced Boron. ...More >

A Big Week in the LTE on Unlicensed Spectrum Battle

22 Sep, 2016

The long and winding road toward cellular carrier use of unlicensed spectrum took three steps this week. ...More >

Securing the Industrial Internet of Things

20 Sep, 2016

The IIoT is the domain of industry, government and other realms, so it’s not surprising that IIoT security is very important, complex and daunting. ...More >

The Complexity of Securing Data on Multiple Platforms

19 Sep, 2016

The ability to persistently secure any file type across all sharing methods, devices, and storage locations is paramount. ...More >

Telemedicine Is Not Thriving

16 Sep, 2016

Telemedicine and artificial intelligence are in the news this week. ...More >

Picking the Right App Approach

15 Sep, 2016

Optimizing contact should be the only consideration when considering whether to go with a mobile website, a native app, a hybrid app or any combination of approaches. ...More >

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