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Mozilla's *Really* Important News: Thunderbird Lives

As you may have noticed, the Mobile World Congress is taking place in Barcelona. Although I generally try to ignore what happens at this depressing orgy of high-tech digital consumerism, Mozilla has made some interesting announcements there. seamless Web browsing experiences, creating a powerful Internet-ready package. The Orange Klif is the first…
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Make the most of the IoT skills shortage: 7 top jobs for the future

The true internet of things – where industry is connected on a national or international…
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MWC 15 Guide: Mobile Identity

One of the most important trends in the past 10 years is the adoption of smart mobile technology for identity management. The mobile phone is the ideal identity device. It integrates authentication directly with the apps that need it; it's a natural second factor; it's ubiquitous and you notice within minutes when it's lost or stolen; and a mobile phone's built-in cryptography provides smartcard-grade authentication. Internet of Things. Biometrics and mobile devices go together like strawberries and cream. Voice…
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China says new cybersurveillance proposal follows US security practices

China is scratching its head over why the U.S. is opposing a new anti-terror law relating to cybersurveillance when the U.S. and other countries have also requested that tech companies hand over data to help stop terrorists. legislation asks that the government be allowed to leverage Internet and telecommunication technology, she… affect the legitimate interests of Internet firms," Fu said. Under the proposed legislation, only Chinese…
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Alibaba enters US cloud market, signaling global ambitions

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is making a push into the U.S. cloud computing market, where it's expected to run into competition from Amazon.com, Google and Microsoft. internet
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Judge backs 'substantial' $415 million settlement in Silicon Valley no-hiring case

A judge has approved a US$415 million settlement in a Silicon Valley employee hiring case, calling the amount "substantial" to settle claims that Apple, Google, Adobe Systems and Intel conspired not to hire each other's workers. internetinternet-based applications and services…
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MWC 15 guide: IoT for matrix commerce

This year's Mobile World Congress will heavily emphasise what else...the Internet of Things (IoT). Expect to hear a lot about connected homes, connected cars, and how IoT is spilling beyond these areas deeper into the supply chain. This year's Mobile World Congress will heavily emphasise what else...the Internet of Things (Io… ? Posted by Guy Courtin This year's Mobile World Congress will heavily emphasise what else...the Internet
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Taking your enterprise mobile: The executive checklist

Becoming a mobile enterprise means new opportunities for your organisation, but also means more risk. The time is now for a secure mobile device management solution that offers real-time defences at all layers of the mobile enterprise. Download this white paper to explore the security challenges associated with mobile devices in the enterprise, and develop a checklist to use as you cultivate policies to maintain control all layers of the mobile enterprise. Download this white paper to explore the security challenges…
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Rethinking MDM in a BYOD world

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon has both unleashed user productivity and presented unprecedented challenges for information security. In this environment traditional point solutions aren't enough, and IT groups need to understand the limitations and risks and explore enterprise mobility management options. Download this white paper to understand today’s challenges with BYOD and how current Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions are leaving gaps in mobile and information security strategies. , and IT groups need to understand the limitations and risks and explore enterprise mobility management…
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Seven things you need to know when making the case for Office 365

As the workforce continues to become more mobile and the office literally located anywhere, the reliance on a multitude of devices is brought into sharp focus. The cloud is the right architecture to reduce complexity and deliver services to employees anywhere, anytime on any device. How the cloud is harnessed to make this a success is open to debate. Download this whitepaper opinions on the Office 365 opportunity and sets out to arm you with the seven must-know things you really need to successfully make the case for Office 365 adoption. internet. Even continuing with client-side installation of the software means minimal involvement thanks to… a new internet based installer. Streamed from Office 365 servers Office 2013 practically installs… endeavour. If you would like to explore any of the considerations in this paper further, please get in touch…
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TTIP Updates - The Glyn Moody blogs

At the start of 2012 I began a series of posts about the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement - ACTA. These took the form of updates on how ACTA was developing. I did this because I had a sense of how quickly things were moving, and how... /TTIP is a grave threat to European sovereignty, open source and the Internet. TTIP Update III A point… -state dispute settlement (ISDS) in TTIP is not a problem. TTIP Update IV An exploration of how the public is…
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4 VMware technologies that deliver operational efficiencies and improve working practices

Users expect to have access to applications, data and information, whenever they want, wherever they are. Especially, as this is how they operate in their personal lives – seamlessly moving between devices and accessing applications they desire on demand. Consequently when they arrive at work they expect the same kind of mobile friendly functionality, adding incredible demand to your infrastructure and security. Download this white paper to explore the 4 key technologies that can help your organisation deliver greater operational efficiencies and ultimately improve working practices. infrastructure and security. Download this white paper to explore the 4 key technologies that can help your… , Workspace only works if you have an Internet connection. This is great for office-based staff, but what… about those people who are mobile workers and will experience times without Internet connectivity? Your…
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VMware takes on mobile networks with vCloud for NFV

VMware has jumped into the hot NFV market with a platform that lets service providers run their network functions as virtualized applications from different vendors. internet… run their networks. It's also designed to help support the new demands that come with the Internet of… network functions. One major initiative is virtualising all its VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol…
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Compute Transitions Drive the Need for the New IP Network

The enterprise network has undergone two major transitions since the introduction of computing as a pervasive business resource. First, the client/server era introduced networking and created the need for basic local-area network (LAN) connectivity. During this era, LANs lived in isolation, and there were several competing connectivity methods including SNA, AppleTalk and LANtastic. Download this whitepaper for an insight into the needs for this next generation of computing, evolving the network is now a business imperative. trends such as mobility and the Internet of Things. Cloud services are elastic in nature and require a… value. Infrastructure that was good enough for Internet computing will not be sustainable for cloud…
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Here Comes the ACTA Attack - Again

Three years ago I began a series of articles about ACTA- the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. ACTA was originally about tackling counterfeit goods, but had a completely inappropriate digital chapter added, that tried to ride on the coat-tails of the initial plan by suggesting that digital copies were somehow as dangerous as fake medicines or aircraft parts. After a fierce battle that saw hundreds of thousands of Europeans writing to their MEPs, and even taking to the streets, ACTA was thrown out by the European Parliament. unmistakably - towards another assault on Internet freedoms. Follow me @glynmoody on Twitter or identi.ca, and…
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