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Aruba networking study

The way that enterprises consume and procure technology is changing rapidly. The days of establishing return on investment, persuading the chief finance officer you’d got the sums right then engaging …

Olympic Tech is Ready

Technology will have a big role at the Rio Olympics from the very first moment visitors touch down at the airport. Passengers can make use of free, unlimited Wi-Fi, download a mobile app and get guide…

Women in tech

There has been a shortage of women working for technology companies for as long as there has been a technology industry. Much research puts the blame not on the industry itself but on failures within …

Mobility and employee engagement

Work productivity There have been many claims for the positive impacts of mobility for businesses. These include improvements in staff happiness and satisfaction provided by more flexible working prac…

Bring Your Own Device

The arguments over whether or not people should use their own mobile devices at work is pretty much over – almost all companies now support some sort of ‘bring your own’ or ‘choose y…

When Mobile Goes Bad

Mobile technology is fantastic. But sometimes people forget it also has its limits. There are times when tasks should really be carried out in a quiet office or workplace and not on a train, in a plan…

Predictions for 2016

The trouble with being a reporter is that while you’re trained to properly describe events in the past lots of people, and editors, believe that this makes you good at predicting events in the f…

Cloud Versus Core

The usual way to look at public versus private cloud infrastructure is to look at the type of businesses associated with each. Start-up companies which need to grow fast and have no legacy infrastruct…

2015: the year of Enterprise apps

2015 was the year mobile apps stopped being about Angry Birds and started being about enterprise technology. Demand for mobility from large firms coupled with ever easier development tools like Docker…

BYOD: security problem or solution?

It wasn’t that long ago that even trying to connect your own device to a company network would have been pretty close to a sackable offence. Likewise taking a company laptop and connecting it to…

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