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Mobility Phase III – a new take on business productivity

In today’s work world, productivity is measured by outcome rather than time, and performance, not presence, serves as the better gauge of employee value....

Vitamin Y: IBM Bell partner to push hybrid platforms

Context: IBM and Bell recently announced their partnership to provide business customers across Canada with access to specialized cloud services via Bell’s Business Cloud....

Cisco banking on women entrepreneurs

Creative urge, combined with frustration over the glass ceiling in many traditional businesses, has led many women to consider an alternate work path. Female...

Unity delivers cloud-based VoIP/Unified Communications

Established in 2004, Unity Connected Solutions is a Newmarket-based provider of on-premise and cloud-based unified communications solutions. Its customer base of 3,500 ranges from...

Rogers’ cloud converging mobile and IT

In IT speak, “as-a-Service” has come to stand for ‘instant’ and ‘easy’ – attributes that Rogers stressed in announcing new services aimed at helping...

Idiot-proofing the network

Enterprises with proper network infrastructure and the people to manage it, often forget that their mobile users connect from all sorts of less-than-wonderful places....

The great communications divide

The saying goes that talk is cheap. But when it comes to managing an IT project, the wrong talk can mean considerable costs and...

Tackling IoT on the Wavefront

In many ways, discourse around the Internet of Things has been framed around devices and data. Visioning of novel business models and use cases...

Vitamin Y: Bell Canada’s big fibre play

Context: As part of a plan to invest $20 billion in developing broadband fibre and wireless networks across Canada by 2020, Bell Canada has...

451 Research: MWC 2015 – the brewing battle over low-power wide-area...

InsightaaS: Not all IoT traffic is created equal – or so it would seem from the explosion of interest that is building in low...

Cogeco set to launch next gen cloud

How do you make cloud more compelling? This was the question facing Cogeco Data Services, which went public this past December with plans to...

Classics rule

People today love their toys. Whether it’s a gorgeous car to cater to a mid-life crisis, a fancy sound system, a high-end TV, or...

New SDN OS aims to conquer carriers, then competitors

  In this companion piece to his exploration of adoption hurdles for network virtualization in carrier and service provider networks, Kevin Fogarty considers some of...

Reconciling the carrier SDN paradox

How does advanced technology go mainstream? In the article below, Kevin Fogarty deals with this (new) age old question in the context of network...

CSPs the third wave in HP SDN

Complexity in data centre networking has become axiomatic, as pressures imposed by the need to keep up with virtualization and cloud, Big Data volume...

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