Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Nokia wants to build data centers for mobile operators

Internet of Things breathes new life into RFID technology | Senate delays vote on NSA phone records dragnet

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Nokia wants to build data centers for mobile operators
Competition among vendors to help mobile operators virtualize their networks is heating up. Read More

WHITE PAPER: XO Communications

Infographic: The PBX Dilemma: Hosted or Premises-Based?
This infographic weighs the pros and cons of hosted and premises-based PBX solutions and shows you why more businesses of all sizes are choosing to go hosted. Learn More

: New Relic

Survey Report: Data Culture in Software Development
New insight into how companies are using data to drive customer experience. View now

Internet of Things breathes new life into RFID technology
After failing to live up to the initial hype, RFID hopes to become the chip of choice for IoT deployments. Read More

Senate delays vote on NSA phone records dragnet
Section 215 of the Patriot Act expires without a final Senate vote, although lawmakers may act this week Read More


Capacity Management Processes Fit for the Cloud Era
Read this whitepaper for these 3 takeaways; the complexities of pursuing efficient capacity planning,wow to define functional requirements for your capacity management strategy, and a capacity management strategy that assures service levels while reducing performance risk and hardware footprint. Learn More

Cisco sees Internet half full
51% of world's population connected by 2019 Read More

FCC proposal would extend Lifeline voice subsidy to broadband
The so-called Obamaphone program would give poor people more options under a new proposal Read More

WEBCAST: Alcatel-Lucent USA Inc.

Digital Financial Transactions Flying High in the Clouds
This webinar will review cloud infrastructure trends and solutions for the financial services industry. Learn More.

IDG Contributor Network: Successful 400 Gbps trials open the door for faster fiber
Speeds of 400 gigabits per second, or 50 gigabytes of data sent in one second over existing infrastructure, promises higher new commercial fiber speeds. Read More

Varnish now secures Web traffic with SSL support
All Web administrators want to secure their sites for the benefit of their users (we hope), but doing so can be a cumbersome and error-prone task. Now, those using the Varnish Web acceleration software will have a helping hand in this task, as the enterprise edition can be configured to deliver encrypted traffic.The enterprise edition of Varnish Plus now includes the ability to fully manage SSL/TLS (Secure Socket Layer/Transport Layer Security) encrypted sessions between server and client, securing through encryption the data exchange between users and the Web server software. Until this new release, Varnish customers would have to implement third-party SSL/TLS software, which can be time-consuming, and add to the complexity of the Web site’s back-end operations.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


Windows 10: Which classic Microsoft default apps should be killed?

Based on what we've seen in Microsoft's Windows 10 preview editions, here's our take on which classic apps should be kept and which should be killed when the final version of Windows 10 ships.


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