Data and Telecom - Page 291

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

Are Viral Videos Going Corporate?

30 Oct, 2006

A TechWeb story says that YouTube, which was recently bought by Google, is removing copyright-protected content from the site and that Brightcove and AOL are expanding their partnership.   IT ...More >

Investments, Intros Fill an Ongoing Need

30 Oct, 2006

The news that Entuity has released Version 5.0 of its Eye of the Storm network management suite and that Narus has scored a big new investment -- $30 million -- for its network security and ...More >

Is the Broadband Business Changing?

26 Oct, 2006

An interesting post from Om Malik suggests that overall growth in the broadband market appears to be slowing down while high-bandwidth options seem to be weathering the storm a bit better than pokier ...More >

Corporate Mission: Protect Home WLANs

25 Oct, 2006

Protecting home wireless networks doesn't seem like it would be a big concern for corporations. But it is, for both direct and indirect reasons.   The direct reason is simple: A lot of ...More >

Will 3G Investments Pay Off?

24 Oct, 2006

Make no mistake about it: The success or failure of consumer 3G will be a big factor in its corporate fate. Indeed, many small businesspeople simply will use consumer accounts, as is the case with ...More >

Cable Operators' Vision Becoming a Reality

23 Oct, 2006

Only a scant two decades ago, the cable industry was a business and technical backwater, a quaint telecommunications afterthought. Telcos ruled the land. In those days, it was appropriate to ...More >

The Problem of Mixing Business and Pleasure

20 Oct, 2006

iPods and MP3 players are consumer electronic devices that are totally separate from the corporate sector. IT departments have enough to worry about without going out of their way to find new topics ...More >

They Aren't Exciting, But Regulators Matter

19 Oct, 2006

For most people, reading regulatory documents is about as much fun as jury duty or a root canal. The reality is, however, that there are big bucks at stake. The future of convergence will be shaped ...More >

Does the One Laptop Per Child Project Pose a Security Risk?

18 Oct, 2006

It's hard to believe, but there is a downside to Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child project. Of course, the project's intent -- to distribute millions of $100 laptops to poor kids throughout ...More >

The 3G Sky Isn't Falling

17 Oct, 2006

Several reports suggest that 3G isn't rolling out as quickly or as or successfully in Europe as common wisdom said it would. That should be troublesome to carriers and vendors who have bet the ranch ...More >

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