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To meet the demands of Big Data, cloud applications, and the rise of Internet TV we need ever more efficient networks and Bell Labs think that converged IP and optical transport technologies can deliver the goods.
The flourishing local economy and insatiable demand for Web-connected devices are pushing firms to roll out the latest networking technology to stay competitive. But next-gen stuff like software-defined networking remains nascent.
Avaya contributes to the fabric networking buzz with a new option that should support up to tens of thousands of video streams versus just hundreds previously.
A survey asking Australian security professionals to rank their security has found that most of them failed themselves on their ability to respond to and protect their own businesses.
Singapore telco contracts Nokia Siemens Networks to upgrade its core infrastructure to an all-IP network and deploy a nationwide 3G radio network on the 900MHz band.
A 'super-user' root-access account has been found in a number of Barracuda security and networking products, which may allow hackers to easily access company networks, albeit if their attacks are launched from a specific set of IP addresses.
Contract win for Chinese telecom equipment vendor has sparked security concerns, but state-owned telco asserts that it followed security guidelines during the procurement process.
President Obama claims the US government invented the Internet so companies could profit from it. In fact, the US government mandated support for a rival networking system, OSI, and tried to avoid adopting the Internet's protocols
CEO of L99.com plans to sue social networking giant, claims he has video evidence of Facebook CEO attending lecture where he introduced feature.
New standard allows more globally unique IP addresses which raises privacy concerns, but increased number of addresses could make scanning by cybercriminals more difficult.
In the twelfth and final part of the diary of his SharePoint 2010 adventure, Robert Schifreen eyes up the final configuration and the unavoidable prospect of going live
In the eleventh in his series of implementing SharePoint 2010, Robert Schifreen tackles security and edges towards live data
In the tenth instalment of Robert Schifreen's SharePoint 2010 circumnavigation, he finds out what doesn't work as advertised, and begins to think hard about the security of his farm
In the ninth part of Robert Schifreen's SharePoint 2010 epic, he learns how one user can generate 16GB of logs in just three months
In the eighth part of Robert Schifreen's SharePoint 2010 journey, he finds that reading between the lines is an essential part of understanding Microsoft's approach to specifications
In the seventh part of Robert Schifreen's SharePoint 2010 mission, he explains the practical, detailed decisions about configuration and resources, starting with virtualisation
In the sixth part of Robert Schifreen's SharePoint 2010 adventure, he encounters the product's unique way with databases and how promise and reality differ
In the fifth part of his SharePoint 2010 odyssey, Robert Schifreen learns the importance and baroque style of PowerShell
In the fourth part of his diary of implementing SharePoint 2010, Robert Schifreen starts to encounter some of the intricacies of Active Directory integration
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