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Wi-Fi On The Go

Public Wi-Fi, hotspots. Wi-Fi at airports, train stations, on airplanes, in hotels, shopping malls, coffee shops, restaurants and even in public spaces. Each day you see more and more Wi-Fi being deployed by mobile operators, hotspot operators, and cable operators.

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Partner Post: Introducing FlashStack 5000-user VDI deployment with Cisco and Pure Storage

Introducing FlashStack 5000-user VDI deployment with Cisco and Pure Storage Francoise Rees – August 19, 2016 – 0 Comments Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Digital business transformation is driving renewed interest in desktop and app virtualization as a mean to provide secure application and desktop delivery to a mobile, distributed and fluctuating workforce.

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Three Business Grade Phone Services That Are Very CFO Friendly

In my last post I discussed the merits of mobile messaging apps that feature voice. For the most part, those apps are consumer services that business people are making use of as they provide a deeper and more persistent connection to their colleagues, family and friends.

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VoIP redefines business calling

Traditional mobile calling plans may not be heading the way of the dodo bird quite yet, but there is a viable threat to their existence. The challenge comes from VoIP, and while it’s only in its nascent stages, it is foreshadowing a dark future for Telecoms’ costly monthly plans, sometimes spotty call quality, confusing invoices, […]

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Partner Post: Cisco and Intel: Helping Developers Innovate

Cisco and Intel: Helping Developers Innovate Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Posted by mikemaas in Developer on Aug 10, 2016 4:47:23 PM As adoption in technology areas such as Software Defined Networking, Analytics, Cloud, and the Internet of Things continue to move forward, Cisco and Intel have joined together in several related fields to […]

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Network virtualization: why you should care

As difficult as virtualization may be to understand, it continues to march toward widespread adoption. Up until now, the service was mostly limited to making hardware and software resources better allocated based on needs. However, corporate bigwigs AT&T and Verizon are jumping into the game by adding the option to virtualize network services.

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Partner Post: The Pokémon GO phenomenon

Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/. By Sue Tabbitt Pokémon GO has changed the game for commercial AR/VR. Three European companies tell how they’re taking advantage Keeping it real: What’s the difference? • Virtual reality: Digital representations of existing or alternative realities (an artificial, computer-generated simulation), ideally experienced through full immersion (via a head-mounted display) • […]

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