Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Schneier on ‘bad’ IoT security: ‘It’s going to come crashing down’

Sprint offers home delivery and setup of smartphones, tablets | FCC net neutrality rules published to Federal Register

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Schneier on 'bad' IoT security: 'It's going to come crashing down'
Security expert Bruce Schneier says the Internet of Things will mean insecure devices attached to networks will become attack points and there's likely nothing to be done about stopping the problem. Read More

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Gigabit Speed Wireless Networks with 802.11ac
With the development of 802.11ac, WLANs surpass the gigabit speed barrier. Watch this webinar recording featuring author of "802.11ac: A Survival Guide" (O'Reily), Matthew Gast, for a discussion on 802.11ac and why it's posed to become the 802.11 standard of choice and how to incorporate it into your network plans. View now>>


Total Economic Impact of InfoSphere Master Data Management
Forrester Consulting describes Master Data Management (MDM) as a 'critical business capability and technology foundation.' IBM clients interviewed achieved a variety of operational benefits from their MDM programs, including call center savings, improved efficiencies for inside sales staff, and lower costs for customer mailings and returns. Learn More

Sprint offers home delivery and setup of smartphones, tablets
The offer is currently limited to eligible upgrade customers Read More

FCC net neutrality rules published to Federal Register
The publication is expected to trigger lawsuits from broadband providers Read More


The MDM advantage: Creating insight from big data
Analyze big data in a timely manner, match it to master data, and derive actionable information to extract insights and make better business decisions. View Now

Cisco invests in mobile wallet
Takes minority stake in MobiKwik, a company aiming to be India's first digital bank Read More

Brocade switch extends SDN, campus automation
The new Brocade switch is the ICX 7250. It supports up to eight 10G Ethernet ports for uplinks or stacking, and can be stacked 12-high into a virtual chassis supporting 576 Gigabit Ethernet and 96 10G ports. Read More


Enhance Your 360-Degree View of the Customer
How can organizations tap into the vast flow of data, weed out the information that matters, and then link that meaningful sentiment to specific customers? This ebook explores how an enhanced 360-degree view of the customer optimizes and facilitates more personalized customer interactions. Learn More

Up against laws of physics, Bell Labs pushes network performance
The organization is working on a new type of cellular base station that generates its own power Read More

The Pentagon's groundbreaking IPv6 project hasn't broken much ground
The U.S. Department of Defense pledged to deploy IPv6 but hasn't made much progress, its Inspector General says Read More


First Look: Microsoft's new Spartan browser for Windows 10

Here's what sets Spartan apart from Internet Explorer.


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