Wednesday, April 29, 2015

HP buys Aruba and next thing you know Dell is reselling Aerohive WiFi gear

9 tips for speeding up your business Wi-Fi | Review: MacBook Air killer from ASUS

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HP buys Aruba and next thing you know Dell is reselling Aerohive WiFi gear
Aerohive Networks announced Monday that Dell will begin reselling its wireless LAN and related management products -- not a shocker in light of longtime Dell OEM partner Aruba Networks being snapped up by HP in a multi-billion deal last month. Read More


5 Steps to Great Apps
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Survey Says...You Need Multiple Clouds
Why are we seeing a rapid shift to multi-cloud services? In this live webinar on April 29th @ 2PM EST, IDC analyst Nav Chandler will offer answers to this question and more through data and insights from the IDC-XO Communications 2014 Network-Enabled Cloud Study of U.S. enterprises. Learn More

9 tips for speeding up your business Wi-Fi
Is your company's lethargic Wi-Fi making users scream? Try these techniques for a zippier network. Read More

Review: MacBook Air killer from ASUS
ZenBook UX305 is a Windows Ultrabook that copies the MacBook Air's look, but not its price. Read More

Google Fi: From disruptive to meh
This week's unveiling of Google's Project Fi, the search-messaging-phone-collaboration-broadband company's effort to shake up the wireless market in order to encourage people to use more of its services, has generated widespread reaction even though relatively few people will be eligible to use the service out of the gate. The general consensus seems to be that Google's latest experiment isn't revolutionary but still has the potential to mess with the biggest wireless service providers' status quo. Read More

IDG Contributor Network: Lightbulbs get smarter with included Wi-Fi and speakers
LED lightbulbs with Wi-Fi extenders and speakers could speed Wi-Fi implementations. Read More

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Tapping into Mobile Commerce 2014
Mobile commerce is growing: by 2017 mobile commerce is projected to account for $109 billion in sales, with average order spend on tablet quadrupling relative to its 2013 numbers. In this infographic, we break down the numbers and provide some strategies to help you win at mobile. Learn More.

How to monitor Wi-Fi traffic on Android devices
With these sniffer apps, instead of having to run captures on your bulky laptop, you can walk around with your Android tablet or phone tucked away in your pocket. Read More

Ruckus first to roll out enterprise 802.11ac Wave 2 AP
Ruckus ZoneFlex R710 WiFi access point boasts multi-antenna technology. Read More

Xerox targets paper-laden enterprises with new mobile apps, services
Analytics features aim to help companies make smarter printing decisions Read More

LG bets on battery life over performance with new G4 smartphone
The smartphone has a better screen and cameras than the G3, its predecessor Read More


Driving a Data-centric Culture: The Leadership Challenge
To capture the business benefits of big data, CEOs and their C-level teams face a formidable challenge. Read this report to gain insights on how to successfully create a data-centric culture in your organization. View now

Best Buy to accept Apple Pay, wants to give customers options
Best Buy has been a backer of a rival payment system promoted by US merchants Read More

The 23 top Apple Watch apps you should get
With more than 3,000 Apple Watch apps already available, finding the best ones for new Watch owners isn't easy. Columnist Michael deAgonia did it so you don't have to. Read More

A year later, Microsoft's Nokia deal isn't a clear winner
The company has to sell more phones, and attract more big hardware partners and developers Read More

Lies that uptime vendors may tell you
Whether your services are hosted in the cloud, you are a consumer of cloud services or you are a cloud provider, chances are you are dealing with vendors that are making promises about uptime and availability.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More

iPhone 7, Apple Watch mashup: Brangelina of tech gadgets
An elegant new iPhone 7 design concept blends an advanced Apple smartphone with a key component of the new Apple Watch, resulting in something of a Brangelina of tech gadgets. Read More


18 of the coolest, weirdest, and most important electric cars of all time

From the 19th century's first designs to the Tesla models we haven't even seen yet, here's the evolution of the electric car.


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