According to an anonymously-sourced report in the New York Times, the NSA wants to build a firewall/IDS/IPS around the whole United States of America. The idea is completely ridiculous, impractical in the extreme, and perhaps just a ruse for other operations.
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Foreign enterprises with presence in China still don't grasp intricacies of local patent regime, hampering efforts to craft effective intellectual property safeguards there.
Small and midsize businesses able to reap same benefits from videoconferencing technology as bigger counterparts, but barriers to adoption still exist, note analysts.
update Service providers form Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC) to enable interoperability between telepresence and video conferencing systems.
Intel today acquired SySDSoft, an Egypt-based software company that builds IP systems and RF/analogue circuits for mobile platforms, a move Intel says will strengthen its strategy to build 4G LTE platforms.
As Singapore's next-generation national broadband network deployment continues afoot, the three local telcos share with ZDNet Asia their plans to tap the fast-speed fiber to differentiate their offerings.
Finally, it's here.After more than two years since the announcement of its plans, incumbent telecom operator, Telekom Malaysia, has finally made good its promise to bring high-speed broadband (HSBB) to the masses.
Joint venture is designed to compete with Cisco Systems after its recent acquisition of Tandberg, and bring companies inexpensive videoconferencing services.
The next year or two will see unified communications adoption among mainstream enterprise users outpace today's adoption by cutting-edge users.
Malaysians can now purchase Skype credits with points from local payment services provider MOL AccessPortal, bypassing need for credit cards.
Enterprise caution on IT spend in next two years will drive growth of hosted unified communications services in the Asia-Pacific region, predicts Frost & Sullivan.
Wireless LAN market sales will almost double during next five years, surpassing $8 bln in 2012. One of the largest customer segments will be Service Providers as they purchase broadband customer premises equipment with integrated wireless LAN to enable their strategy of distributing IP video services to households, Dell’oro says.
Down at the IP 07 show in London's Earls Court – we have been chatting to various industry luminaries about whether the whole convergence strategy pushed by the communications vendors is all it's cracked up to be in terms of cost savings and making real improvements to productivity.Clive Longbottom, from analysts Quocirca had some interesting things to say on the subject of Voice over IP – particularly about whether merging voice and data networks has inherent security risks.
New study predicts that small and midsize businesses across the region will lead the Internet telephony market in 2006, growing by 40 percent.
New Zealand -green" power generator and retailer Meridian Energy is to pilot new workplace technologies, including a unified IP communications platform, to be fully deployed after the company moves to a new Wellington waterfront headquarters next September.The strategy behind the trials is to define and test what it calls -Workplace Environment Technologies" that support the company's strategy and its statement of principles called -The Meridian Way".
Austrian startup Jajah is letting users make phone calls over the Web--without the need for additional software and microphones, and based on a "fair use policy".
But manpower issues like absenteeism and staff turnover threaten the industry's good run, a new regional study reveals.
Pressure to bring prices down and the threat from IP telephony are among the reasons for the shift to broadband and mobile services, says analyst.
Nearly four in 10 are looking to become IP-based, and over 80 percent see growing demand for multi-channel support, a new survey finds.
Singapore's new VoIP providers must differentiate themselves, or face the cut, say industry analysts.