So how come their colleagues in the marketing department seem to have such a massive disdain for the English language?
New tele con scam targets simpletons who want to talk
Increasing numbers of people are falling victim to a new scam, called The Long Conference.
Journalists at risk
We've asked Dave Expert, who claims to have been on BBC 2's The Real Hustle, to explain how the con works.
France accused of blocking free trade in the green energy markets
France has been accused of using dirty tricks to trade in one of Europe's struggling economies.
How the Free Market really works
Give my regards to Broadway
If you want to have Match of the Day streamed to your laptop in your hotel in Amsterdam, I can testify that this works pretty well.
Review: Broadway 2T
How green are these new mobile enterprise inventions?
The DTI is showcasing some of the UK companies who are investing their time and money at Mobile World Congress.
We haven't spoke to any of them yet, but here's a summary of their business cases. And our initial gut reactions.
Your feedback is welcome. All comments will be printed, no matter how critical. This magazine can take it as well as give it out!
As a MacBook Pro user I spend most of the time hunched over a heavy machine, either at my desk, on the settee or lying in bed. Using it on the train is unrealistic too. I don’t think I’ve ever managed to get any work done on the train or a plane. There’s always some distraction or other.
On Demand Connectivity in Machine to Machine Communications
What are the challenges involved?
What are the dangers? Could they generate tons of traffic and hog bandwidth?
Could criminals hijack machines and launched mass DDOS attacks?
How can we make SIMs safe?
What’s the essential different between a UICC and a SIM?
Do any vendors have a strategy for the challenges that... more...
Fast Data—A Potential Lifesaver
Love it or hate it, the collection and processing of data is an integral part of modern life, as information about who we are and what we do is constantly gathered and analysed from anywhere in the world, whether you’re at work, rest, or play. Most of this data is used to benefit those doing the collecting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Take,...
Time to digitalise your business processes?
Every second across an enterprise there are millions of events produced by people, processes and systems. The challenge is having processes flexible enough to react to the right events in real time, and so enable businesses to act upon these events to divert disaster or seize an opportunity.
According to TIBCO it is
- Network Storage Redeems Itself
- CiRBA goes in multi-hypervisor drive in bid to bring unity and efficiency to datacentres
- Calling Up To The Cloud
- Do You Have A License To Save Money?
- When failing to prepare isn’t an option
- Camwood Impressive App Management with three years extension
- Avoiding the common pitfalls when implementing a monitoring solution
- AppSense and App-DNA help herd users across the difficult crossings of the IT landscape
- Dawn of the Dead (Computer)
Can the Sphero make learning programming fun?
For £100 you can get a robot that can be programmed and controlled from your mobile phone. We asked a programming student to programme into to act like a glass being controlled by the spirits in a ouija board séance. The idea was to give him a fun project that allowed him to learn about programming at the same time. And gave us good source material for...
Review of the Sphero