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SDN around the corner as service providers move into cloud territory

Nathan Pearce from F5 says that SDN use will increase as network operators look to monetise their networks.

Networking

Published 04 February 2014

Why 2014 will be an exciting year for the enterprise, according to F5 Networks

We can also expect to hear a lot more about 'Bring Your Own Network'.

Networking

Published 28 January 2014

Guest Blog: What's so bad about email, anyway?

In the first of three guest blogs, BroadVision's Richard Hughes talks about the role of email inside businesses.

Unified Communications

Published 03 December 2013

Guest Blog: Bring your own... network?

Nick Bowman, F5, explains the issues regarding employees bypassing corporate networks.

Networking

Published 29 October 2013

Pakistan lifts Youtube ban?

Rumours are buzzing that Pakistan has ended its year-long Youtube ban.

Networking

Published 02 October 2013

Dressed to Code: A fashion hackathon

As Fashion Week comes to London, Claire Vanner looks at last week's well dressed developers' hack in New York.

Enterprise Applications

Published 13 September 2013

SEA operations becoming more sophisticated

Hackers up the ante by targeting "secure" registrars

Malware

Published 29 August 2013

Football and analytics

As the Premier League season kicks off, is it time for clubs to invest in big data?

Unified Communications

Published 19 August 2013

Case Study: Historic city of York deploys Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi

How a medieval city came up-to-date in the 21st century.

Networking

Published 16 August 2013

Let's re-cycle

Duncan MacRae agrees that 'new' isn't always 'better'.

Telecoms

Published 13 August 2013

Guest Blog: The rise of OTT applications and the threat to SMS

Louise O'Sullivan, CEO of Anam Technologies, predicts the future of OTT services and SMS.

Mobile & tablets

Published 19 July 2013

Q&A: Mixing cloud and on-premise to benefit SMEs

Nick East is CEO of software developer Zynstra and worked for OSS systems developer Cramer when it was sold to Amdocs for around $375m in 2006. His...

Storage

Published 18 July 2013

Q&A: Olympic networking

Duncan MacRae speaks to Michael Bayer, president of Avaya in EMEA, to find out what businesses can learn from the upcoming Winter Olympics.

Telecoms

Published 16 July 2013

Monkey Inferno – Work hard, play hard (and relax)

Amy-Jo Crowley asks if a fun, relaxed office environment can promote productivity and inspire technological genius.

Mobile & tablets

Published 09 July 2013

Throw cash at IT and hope for the best

Duncan MacRae wonders if spending big on IT projects is always the right idea.

Telecoms

Published 09 July 2013

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