Strategy and Innovation Staying secure as the IoT tsunami hits - https://www.csoonline.com/article/3289392/data-protection/staying-secure-as-the-iot-tsunami-hits.html The Bad Old Days of Telephone Answering Machines -...
Where will Microsoft spend $5B on IoT? | Beware the danger of alarm fatigue in IT monitoring | Getting Well-Connected via Equinix
What is NoSQL? NoSQL databases explained — GeoMesh Extreme: Release the Kraken! — Use layered security and patch management to defeat fileless malware
Cyber-security researchers at Ohio State University have discovered a means of using the Spectre hardware vulnerability to read memory in Intel’s SGX (Software Guard Extensions) tech.
WiFi Design: Practical Shortcuts – General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, deadlines and facts – How to avoid security assessment cost overruns
On February 28, 2018 GitHub, one of the leading developer collaboration sites was deluged with inbound traffic from a DDos attack which peaked out at a whopping 1.35Tbps, or ~127 Mpps, which may be the largest recorded denial of service attack to date.
Strategy and Innovation Today in Tech – 1946 - https://sourceforge.net/blog/today-tech-february-14/ When clever code kills, who pays and who does the time? A Brit expert explains to El Reg - https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/02/24/ai_criminal_liability_ethics/...
Think, Do We Rule Technology, or Does Tech Rule Us? — Government’s Defence of Proposed CSE Act Falls Short — The issue with Public Cloud
With the recent explosion of interest in Bitcoin, Ethereum and blockchain based technologies, there’s been an enormous amount of hype swirling around the topics.
A critical vulnerability has been announced by Cisco Systems involving it’s ASA (Adaptive Security Appliance) firewall and VPN devices.
Network: Cloud contracts: 5 must-have elements <|> Telstra teams with Ciena, Ericsson on high spectral efficiency 400 Gbps transmission test <|> Today in Tech – 1995
Get a feel for the features and capabilities of Digium’s lineup of Switchvox business phone systems in under three minutes
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MEF is an industry assocation of 210+ carriers who are coming together to define metro ethernet standards.
Ciena’s high performance “model T” variant of it’s widely deployed 6500 converged optical packet switch offers 1 Terabit switching per slot, and 24 Terabit in a single chassis.
What is blockchain? The most disruptive tech in decades <|> Intel promises silicon-based fixes for Meltdown and Spectre this year <|> Cloud security is not just the cloud vendor’s responsibility
The Switchvox Unified Communications platform from Digium offers a powerful range of features, and a streamlined licensing model which takes the guesswork out of your communication costs.
Packet Loss Vs. Latency: Analyzing the Impact <|> Wild West of cryptocurrency: Hackers use DNS to steal $400,000 <|> Nasty fall-out from Spectre and Meltdown
Information security evangelists Cloud Security Alliance are predicting the importance of protecting personal data, and costs of failure will rise in 2018.
Information Technology Industry News January 7, 2018 Networking IDG Contributor Network: System integrators in the driver’s seat for IoT and analytics -...
Security Alert: Meltdown-Spectre Processor Kernel Memory Leak
IoT devices will need security help from the network
Info Tech Industry News December 31, 2017
Is 802.11ax The Next Big Thing In Wi-Fi?
Info Tech Industry News December 24, 2017 | 5 steps to secure IoT gifts this holiday season | GDPR Puts High Price on Security Breaches | Securing the IoT: What Hoteliers Need to Know
The Nextcloud approach seeks to give users fine control over data access for file sync and collaboration across devices and within and between organizations.
In 2016 Open Effect released a report on their findings from a year long look into the security and privacy of emerging wearable technology such as fitness watches.
Canadian Internet Exchange Points: Building a resilient Canadian internet community — 4 Hospitality IoT Trends to Watch Out for in 2018 — The Myth of Network Speed
MU-MIMO or multiple-user multi-in/multi-out is a wireless networking technology within the 802.11ac standard which can use multiple antennas to send and receive to numerous clients simulaneously.
A 2017 report from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission shows clear indicators that demand for bandwidth is expected to continue growing in Canada.