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AdminZilla Network Administrator

The AdminZilla Network Administrator is a simple application that allows you to monitor live screens of remote computers. Watch...

1 day ago By EduIQ

Are schools really starved for bandwidth?

Wi-fi performance in many schools is bad, so some conclude they don't have enough bandwidth. That may be true, but network management may also fix the problem.

January 22, 2014

HP Velocity - network performance management for mobility

Network bandwidth is a crucial, often overlooked, resource for thin client and virtual desktop workloads. Improper use of available bandwidth can create poor performance or failure of some workloads. HP says its Velocity can manage that resource and improve overall performance.

May 24, 2013 by

Network LookOut Administrator Pro

The Network LookOut Administrator Pro allows you to see live screens of remote computers or show you screen to students. You can take...

2 days ago By EduIQ

Classroom Spy Professional

The Classroom Spy allows you to monitor live screens of remote computers or show you screen to students. You can take control of a...

2 days ago By EduIQ

Should the govt extend the NBN overseas?

The death of the Pacific Fibre undersea cable reflects continuing risk aversion in the telecoms private sector. Given the NBN's looming bandwidth hunger, should the government step in and extend the network overseas?

August 6, 2012 by

Microsoft Excel is my best helper

Over the years no other software tool has helped my daily work as much as Microsoft Excel. I don't use Excel for financial work, but rather I use it for all kinds of computing tasks:It's very handy for doing network bandwidth computation.

February 29, 2012 by

India 2G re-auction won't meet deadline

India's telecom department says will need longer than four-month deadline to complete resale of 2G licenses, after Supreme Court revoked 122 permits allotted since 2008 amid graft allegations.

February 19, 2012 by

I am become iPhone, destroyer of MNOs

Whether you were impressed by the iPhone 4S, or were disappointed that it doesn't have a 5 in its name, there's no question that it will continue the disruption of telcos' mobile data business models. But with research suggesting that running a mobile network could become unprofitable within three years, can carriers change their ways before the iPhone and its ilk chew up our airwaves like locusts buzzing the plains?

October 4, 2011 by

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