When a big wheel(er) like the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission in the USA announces “The Fourth Network” revolution embracing the transition from copper to IP, you know the transition is well on its way and it won’t slow down. Tom Wheeler made this statement in November 2014 and in this time many developments have been made not only with VoIP but in functionality an options using VoIP.
That might sound like an oxymoron - how can it be unique if there is more than one way? – but it’s not. Let me explain. Spookfish is an Australian company that claims to have developed a unique geospatial technology that enables it to rapidly and repeatedly image entire countries in high resolution at a fraction of the cost of other systems. Spookfish is also something quite different that is unique in its own way. We come to that in a minute.
Collaboration is a confusing term in the context of the tools used to facilitate the same in the workplace. It embraces all the tools gathered under the umbrella term "unified communications" and considerably more. Increasing these additional components are the same or similar to those that now have wide acceptance among individuals. Facebook, Skype, Google Drive and Dropbox are prime examples.
The Techrepublic web site recently carried a list of "10 smart ways to spend the last of your 2014 tech budget." Clearly, it's a bit out of whack with the Australian financial year, but if you were to retitle it as "10 things to spend money on that might not seem like high priorities but could pay substantial dividends," the list becomes quite useful.
A survey of 102 organisations was undertaken to "take the temperature of cloud computing in the financial sector and provide guidance to accelerate adoption of secure cloud services."
Why not both? Processes are important, they are way of measuring output, success or failure and a guide to what needs to be done.
One can look at this topic two ways – as a CEO considering the IT Department or the IT Manager with a wish list. There could be similar aspects and there probably are quite diverse aspects to their ideal.
Hadoop, according to Forrester Research, is the rising star of the business technology agenda for a simple reason — it disrupts the economics of data, analytics, and someday soon, all enterprise applications." And Forrester adds, "it is secretly becoming an application platform too."
The entertainment needs of individuals in correctional facilities is often overlooked as a key part of their rehabilitation. The advent of IPTV and digital services is now creating new pathways to rehabilitation, education and monitoring for both inmates and institutions.
Micromax is set to spark a new beginning with the latest Canvas Spark Q380 which has quad-core processor, 8MP-2MP camera and Lollipop 5.0 right out of the bonfire. And best of all, it is being offered at a very affordable price.
- Xiaomi Mi 4i: killer performance for just $199
- Xero’s Australian operating revenue up 107% on strong customer growth
- Quantifying broadband's benefits
- Lenovo K3 Note vs Huawei Honor 4C: battle of the octa-cores with 13MP-5MP camera below $160
- Huawei Honor 4C vs Alcatel Flash Plus: octa-cores with great camera for under $160
- Lenovo A6000 Plus: twice the memory and twice the storage, but same old price
- Gigabyte Gsmart Guru GX: 5-inch octa-core smartphone for gaming
- Microsoft Lumia 540 Dual Sim: another one for the budget user
- Huawei Honor 4C: 5-inch octa-core with 13MP camera on a budget
- ZTE Nubia Z9: awesome bezel-less quad hd 5.2-inch, with octa-core and 21MP-8MP camera
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