Globally, mobile data usage and traffic are on the rise. As a result, mobile network operators (MNOs) are adjusting their offers and billing structures to accommodate user behaviors. More than a quarter of plans tracked in the third quarter of 2016 had allowances of 10 Gigabytes and above according to Ovum Informa Telecoms and Media.
How many times have you wanted to use a conference room only to find that the room is in use? Or how often have you reserved a time, only to find that some other group is running overtime? Wouldn’t it be great if you could make both the booking and management easier?
Enter YaRooms, the easy to use, all web-based meeting room and office booking system.
I admit it…running has never been my strength. Eventually, I want to compete in a 5K race and with the right training, mindset, and preparation, I think I can do it. As tough as running gets, I can’t deny the moments of happiness from when I work hard enough for those cloud-nine “runner’s high” endorphins.
From all of us here at Xceptional, we wish you the luckiest of all St. Patrick's Days!
This is part IV in our multi-part blog series on the Self-Driving Network™. Find part III here. And learn much more about the Self-Driving Network from the just released part 2 of our vision paper, The Self-Driving Network: Appetite for Disruption.
What does the future of artificial intelligence look like? Stanford University recently invited leading thinkers to begin a 100-year effort to study and anticipate how the effects of artificial intelligence will ripple through every aspect of how people work, live and play.
The role of the network has been top of mind lately as another defining moment in networking history is on the horizon. In a nutshell, network engineering must change—again. It changed when voice was added to the network. It changed again when video went main stream.
As much as we like to use technology to stay connected and keep in touch with people, there comes a time where you have to meet in person. Often this means travel.
Travel for many is a daunting endeavor, but it can be made much easier by putting technology to work for use by using the right applications and services.
This week, Google is hosting its Google Cloud Next Conference in San Francisco where the company is touting its success with establishing itself as an enterprise cloud player while also pushing forward its agenda of digging deeper into this segment. Google’s VP of Cloud, Diane Greene, took to the stage to make the announcements and to highlight the wins for the company during the past year.
“You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”
That was 1999 – a seminal scene in the sci-fi motion picture “The Matrix.
Do you still fax? It has been years since I have actually had a fax machine, and as someone who had his first fling with faxing back in 1974 to say that faxing is old or even out of fashion would be dead wrong. Even today, in many cultures, lines of business and in some countries, faxing remains the legal way, and chosen mode to communicate documents that require proof of delivery or to represent that something has been signed, or even presented for payment.