Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Marriott must pay $600,000 for blocking personal Wi-Fi hotspots

Slow Internet links got you down? It's Dyn to the rescue | Groups accuse FCC of helping net neutrality advocates file comments

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Marriott must pay $600,000 for blocking personal Wi-Fi hotspots
The hotel chain blocked outside hotspots while charging customers up to $1,000 per device to access its own Wi-Fi service Read More


Redefining the Enterprise Architect's Role
The practice of Enterprise Architecture is undergoing a significant transformation. According to Gartner, the majority of enterprise architects will change their mission and focus on aligning business and IT strategies, delivering value, and enabling a major business transformation. View Now>>

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Mobile Device Management
In this eGuide, InfoWorld and sister publications IDG News Service, Network World, Computerworld, and CSO look at many of today's issues surrounding mobile security and MDM. Read on to learn how MDM can help your enterprise enable mobile security without hampering employee productivity. Learn More

Slow Internet links got you down? It's Dyn to the rescue
Dyn's Internet Intelligence helps IT execs troubleshoot wide-area traffic slowdowns and compare ISP performance. Read More

Groups accuse FCC of helping net neutrality advocates file comments
The agency says it communicated with groups submitting large numbers of comments in an effort to keep its system from crashing Read More


Top 5 Truths About Big Data Hype and Security Intelligence
Big Data Security Analytics (BDSA) is the subject of exuberant predictions. However, a Gartner analyst points out that no available BDSA solutions come close to these forecasts. Nevertheless, the principles of Big Data are the key to advanced security intelligence. This white paper discusses the key tenets of Big Data. Learn more >>

Cisco bulks up branch routers for cloud
ISRs support hybrid WAN access and new Cisco ONE software licensing Read More

Verizon won't throttle unlimited LTE users after all
The carrier has backed down from a plan to slow down heavy users who have unlimited plans Read More

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Clearing the Network Hurdle to Cloud Deployment
Although enthusiasm is high among IT pros for cloud services, an IDG Research Quick Poll survey found that, in fact, the cloud is at a crossroads. Learn More

FCC takes steps to make room for 'white spaces,' wireless microphones
The agency has proposed rules to make sure all users have enough spectrum after TV incentive auctions Read More

Pointing laser at police helicopter costs Texas man two years behind bars
So you’re just some dude chilling on your back porch with friends and you think it would be fun to aim your laser pointer at a helicopter. Everyone has a good laugh.Eight months later a judge tells you those laughs are going to cost you two years in prison.Pointing a laser at a helicopter can’t possibly be that much fun.From a Statesman.com report: On Feb. 15, Austin police’s Air1 helicopter was on approach to land at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport when (Soza Ruedas Jr.) pointed a laser at the helicopter. The laser beam was strong enough to reflect inside the cockpit and caused the pilot to avert his eyes, officials said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


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