Vormetric urges companies to limit privileged users to meta-data access
In light of the Edward Snowden revelation, organisations need to be aware of insider threat.
Published 01 October 2013
75% of IT directors ‘fear BYOD will put too much strain on outdated wireless networks’
But survey finds 65% of companies have no plan to expand the capacity of their networks.
Published 31 July 2013
Windows 8: boom or bust?
Microsoft has released one of its most important products ever: Windows 8. Steve Evans looks at the new operating system and examines whether...
Published 26 November 2012
Catching some air: What UK businesses can learn from the Olympics
CBR asks what UK Plc can learn from the London 2012 Olympics in three hot areas: mobile and wireless, security and social media.
Published 08 August 2012
Olympic Countdown: Game on
BT is the official communications services partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Jason Stamper talks to Emer Timmons, president...
Published 18 July 2012
Olympic Countdown: Game theory
BT is the official communications services partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Jason Stamper talks to Howard Dickel - who is...
Published 18 July 2012
Big Data in sports: Calling the shots
UK football clubs could learn a great deal from European and US sports teams when it comes to monetising digital content, as Allan Swann reports.
Published 30 May 2012
Networking: Convergence of the fittest
Exploding data volumes are putting corporate networks and data centres under immense strain: so can they cope? Jason Stamper investigates.
Published 04 August 2010
Q&A with Phil Smith, vice president and CEO, Cisco UK & Ireland
CBR talks to Cisco's UK boss about the economy and the drive for sustainability
Published 23 July 2010
Could application delivery network appliances be the way to faster network pipes? Kevin White reports
Published 21 September 2009
Jason Stamper looks beyond the ‘cloud computing’ hype to ask what it really is, and just as crucially, what it is not.
Published 01 June 2009
London 2012 IT: No Second Chances
15,000 athletes, 22,000 journalists, 70,000 volunteers and 94 Olympic venues. 3,500 technology specialists, 8,000 computers, a fixed deadline and...
Published 27 May 2009
AboveNet: gearing up for any-to-any metro ethernet services
AboveNet, a provider of high-bandwidth connectivity for the financial sector, is set to launch any-to-any ethernet services in the metro areas in...
Published 13 January 2009
CBR Thought Leaders Series: The Green Light for Green IT
In the first of a new series of articles written by industry thought leaders, Rockwell C. Bonecutter, Accenture’s North America Green IT lead, runs...
Published 28 November 2008
NetQoS eyes market data latency monitoring
Having already launched its first foray into low-latency infrastructure monitoring for the financial markets, network performance vendor NetQoS is...