Why the Apple Watch Will Transform the Enterprise

By: Special Guest    3/25/2015

As we gear up to the much-anticipated release of the Apple Watch, one wonders how the enterprise could potentially integrate it. Smartwatches in gener…

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Could The Next Iconic Smartphone Come From Lenovo, Microsoft and Intel?

By: Rob Enderle    3/25/2015

Lenovo just announced they would be bringing out a Windows 10 phone in China in support of the launch this summer. What makes this fascinating is that…

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Traffic Picking up on the Internet of Cars

By: Doug Mohney    3/24/2015

Tesla is issuing a pair of software releases to improve its vehicles, including new range improvements and the ability to autopilot. Sir Richard Brans…

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Vectra Networks Protects Distributed Enterprise Blind Spots from Persistent Cyber Attacks

By: Peter Bernstein    3/24/2015

The distributed nature of work is an immutable trend. It is only picking up steam thanks to mobility, the cloud and multinational enterprises practici…

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Principles of Neutrality Missing from FCC Systems Integrator Exemption Rules

By: Special Guest    3/24/2015

A defect from another decade codified in a little known Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") rule is causing a whole lot of headache for the syst…

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Everything Is Hackable as Crime Goes High-Tech

By: Tara Seals    3/23/2015

The escalating pace of technology innovation is dizzying for consumers and businesses alike, as it opens up new opportunities, entertainment options a…

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OS Strategy and Mobile Growth: The Global Impact of Unknown OS

By: Special Guest    3/23/2015

The GSMA predicts that 65 percent of the global population will adopt smartphones by 2020. This penetration will predominantly impact critical growth …

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prpl Foundation Forms Security Working Group for Multi-domain Virtualization-based Security

By: Peter Bernstein    3/23/2015

The use cases for evil are unfortunately easy to conjure. A popular one is bad guys using the expanded attack plane of sensors in sensitive surroundin…

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Huawei, NXP Ink Chinese IoT Development Pact

By: Tara Seals    3/20/2015

The Internet of Things (IoT), or "industry 4.0" as it's starting to be known, is expected to account for billions upon billions of additional devices …

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Survey Reveals U.S. SMB Perceptions and Usage of Business Phone Systems

By: Peter Bernstein    3/20/2015

If you read the headlines of the past few years, and look at what industry observers have had to say, one would think that Small to Medium-sized Busin…

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Brick-and-Mortar is Dead. Long Live Brick-and-Mortar!

By: Doug Mohney    3/20/2015

Traditional storefronts are a sea of contradictions these days. Radio Shack has gone bankrupt while Staples and Office Depot are merging. Both moves w…

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IBM Sponsored Study Finds Enterprises Not Investing in Mobile Security

By: Peter Bernstein    3/19/2015

The question of the day, as enterprise around the world increasingly design their products and applications for personal devices in the "Mobile First"…

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Extending Wi-Fi Services to Increase Customer Loyalty

By: Special Guest    3/19/2015

Subscribers today expect to be connected at all times. Whether you're relaxing at home, eating lunch in a cafe, or even sitting in the car on a road t…

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3 Ways to Win at SEO in the Age of the App

By: Special Guest    3/19/2015

If you haven't touched SEO since 2011 and ASO sounds like some kind of lab test, it's time to sit up and pay attention. You're probably miles behind b…

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Sony's PlayStation Vue Service Launches, Targets Cable Cutters

By: Steve Anderson    3/19/2015

We don't hear much about cable cutters these days, but we do see a lot of developments pushing new services for these. Where before, the cable cutter …

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Premera Blue Cross Breached, the Dave Clark Five Would Understand

By: Peter Bernstein    3/19/2015

Reporting about data breaches-at major retailers, financial services institutions, insurers and unfortunately a host of large enterprises in other ver…

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Apple's Big Mistake on the MacBook Is Wrong Wireless

By: Doug Mohney    3/18/2015

The newer, lighter, shinier, thinner MacBook released by Apple last week has a couple of serious flaws. No doubt Apple believes that limiting the new …

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Computer Games: The Next 30 Years

By: Rob Enderle    3/16/2015

I started playing computer games in the 1980s and they pretty much sucked. There were the text games which didn't even give you an image to work from …

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Mobile March Madness 2015: Growing Streaming and Advertising

By: Bob Wallace    3/13/2015

There's no denying that the live streaming of the annual three-week, 67-game college basketball March Madness tournament has sustained strong year ove…

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Apple's Path from Expensive Wearables to Cars

By: Doug Mohney    3/13/2015

The announcement of a gold-plated Apple Watch starting at $10,000-before you put a band on it-only signals the company's positioning and destiny into …

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FCC Releases Details on Open Internet Order, Debunks What It Indicates Are Misperceptions

By: Paula Bernier    3/12/2015

The Federal Communications Commission today released the full and final text of its Open Internet Order, which it approved in a 3-2 vote February, 26,…

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'R' is being Turbo-charged by 1010data

By: Peter Bernstein    3/12/2015

For those unfamiliar with the 'R' technology, it's a programming language and software environment that is used extensively for statistical programmin…

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Apple Hype Overshadows New Tech

By: Doug Mohney    3/11/2015

Are we all sure now Apple makes a wearable? Ultra-rich Apple fan boys can now buy a gold Apple Watch at a starting price of $10,000 dollars while the …

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VoLTE, VoWiFi Set the Stage for Carriers to Take on OTT

By: Tara Seals    3/11/2015

The voice over mobile broadband (VoMBB) phenomenon is starting to develop in earnest, with voice over LTE (VoLTE), voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi) and even …

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The New Satellite Broadband Rush

By: Doug Mohney    3/10/2015

At least three different companies are planning to build large-scale satellite networks to provide high-speed broadband anywhere in the world. Leosat,…

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Google's Cellular Bluff Isn't Going to Work

By: Doug Mohney    3/9/2015

Does Google believe in big commitments beyond its own search engine? The company announced it would be a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) at Mob…

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Apple's 'Spring Forward' Lacks Bounce

By: Maurice Nagle    3/9/2015

The display is 12 inches and sports the thinnest display in Mac history at only .88mm thick. Apple has also reinvented the track pad with its innovati…

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Six Reasons Mobile Video Ads Are Exploding

By: Special Guest    3/9/2015

As ad-tech platforms become increasingly sophisticated, the overall monetization and conversion performance of video ads is becoming more effective.

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App Development is the New Customer Engagement Front Line

By: Erik Linask    3/6/2015

It's been seven years since Apple began its mission of mobile dominance via the App Store and, today, while it shares market share with others - most …

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Are Top Sports Leagues Really YouTubers? Not Yet.

By: Bob Wallace    3/6/2015

Stated simply, there's much room for improvement when it comes to pro sports embracing YouTube. When it comes to reaching younger viewers, largely wat…

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Mobile Video Begins to Challenge the TV Status Quo

By: Tara Seals    3/6/2015

Mobile video is coming into its own, if Mobile World Congress 2015 is any indicator-and it spells a major transformation for the traditional televisio…

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What's New in Digital Payments: Apple Wallet Becomes Fraud Target, PayPal and Samsung Acquire, Google Expands

By: Paula Bernier    3/6/2015

Meanwhile, Google continues to work on its digital payments effort, having launched a new framework called Android Pay this week at Mobile World Congr…

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Delays on New Apple iPad Indicate Bigger Issues

By: Doug Mohney    3/6/2015

Apple seems to be full of leaks this week. Reports from Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal say the company won't go into production with a larger i…

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Cell Phones May Get More Interesting, Maybe

By: Doug Mohney    3/5/2015

Buried among the onslaught of news from Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 are hints that handsets may get more interesting over the next year-maybe. Ky…

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ADTRAN Faces Trifecta for U.S. Growth

By: Doug Mohney    3/4/2015

Over the past month, two major events are likely to turn into solid sales numbers for ADTRAN over the next couple of years, while a third will continu…

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MWC: Samsung S6 Kicks iPhone's Butt on Paper

By: Rob Enderle    3/4/2015

The phones also have a fast capture camera which should get you shots that other's miss (just tap on the camera button twice and the camera is ready t…

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A Candid Talk with Ford: Connected Cars and the Future

By: Rich Tehrani    3/4/2015

At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015, I spoke with James Buczowski, a Henry Ford Technical Fellow, about the company's connected ecosystem experiments …

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The Road of Municipal Broadband Leads to FCC Broadband Title II

By: Doug Mohney    3/2/2015

Almost lost in the Federal Communication Commission's announcement that it plans to put tighter, Title II utility-style regulation onto broadband carr…

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Secure Shell Key Management in Light of OpenSSL Vulnerabilities: Part 2

By: Special Guest    3/2/2015

Identity and access management solutions assist in controlling the access to cloud infrastructure, applications, servers and both structured and unstr…

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The FCC's Big Net Neutrality Day

By: Peter Bernstein    2/27/2015

I am going to admit to being surprised by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's (FCCs) Open Internet decision. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's new n…

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FCC Vote Endorses Title II Approach to Net Neutrality

By: Paula Bernier    2/26/2015

After months of debate and the collection of comments from four million Americans, the Federal Communications Commission today voted on - and approved…

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Frontier Customers Get DVR-Driven Free and Web TV

By: Bob Wallace    2/26/2015

In what could be a match made in cord cutter heaven, Frontier Communications said it will bundle the TiVo Roamio OTA DVR with its high-speed data serv…

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Secure Shell Key Management in Light of OpenSSL Vulnerabilities: Part 1

By: Special Guest    2/25/2015

Ever since computers started connecting to each other, people have been thinking about how to keep information on them secure. As the Internet evolved…

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Title II Proposal Brings Certainty - and Questions

By: Special Guest    2/24/2015

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of uncertainty surrounding the broadband industry in the United States due to Title II reclassification…

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Twitter Backs Net Neutrality with Public Post

By: Steve Anderson    2/24/2015

Net Neutrality is a concept that's gone back and forth for some time now, polarizing discussions just about everywhere it goes. While some have come o…

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Net Neutrality (Open Internet): The Real Issues and Resolutions

By: Special Guest    2/20/2015

The reason there are so many successful Internet companies such as Google, Facebook, Netflix, etc., is that they started with a blank slate and create…

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Sony to Spin Off Smartphone Division, Focus on Gaming and Media

By: Tara Seals    2/19/2015

Sony expects to boost operating profit 25-fold within three years, primarily on the back of its one remaining marquee consumer product: the PlayStatio…

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PROCEED WITH CAUTION: Universal Service Fund Revenue Reporting - Pitfalls and Potential Traps Lurking for VoIP Providers

By: Special Guest    2/18/2015

With the April 1, 2015 deadline for filing FCC Form 499-A with USAC, the Universal Service Fund ("USF") Administrator, it's time for Interconnected Vo…

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Obama's Executive Order Sparks Privacy Concerns

By: Tara Seals    2/17/2015

President Obama's recent cybersecurity-related executive order, ultimately aimed at fostering cybersecurity threat and information-sharing between the…

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Will Apple Buy or Compete with Tesla? Looking at the Apple Car

By: Rob Enderle    2/17/2015

There was a lot of talk about Apple and the car business as last week came to a close before the long weekend that largely resulted from sightings of …

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