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How to be the #1 Managed Service Provider MSP

May I introduce you to SP Homerun Inc Chief Thought Leader Joshua Feinberg? He presented on the topic "How MSPs, Hosted and Cloud...

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At ITEXPO, Cloudonix Adds Contextual Calling to Their Cost-Effective CPaaS Solution

At ITEXPO in Fort Lauderdale, I spoke with Eric Klein COO and Nir Simionovich Cloudonix.io to follow up on our conversation from last year...

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Digital Transformation of Industry has Arrived thanks to Blockchain

Blockchain not just enables but encourages Digital Transformation of IndustryDigital transformation is being raced into by companies - and we're not exaggerating....

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Jeff Pulver to Present at ITEXPO 2018 BlockChain

Retro Jeff Pulver and friends from VON show 2007...see anyone you know?!Jeff Pulver, who I can't help but follow every direction he...

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190 million people use Quora | you should, too

Using Quora 5 - 10 minutes per week in a meaningful way is destined to be much better for your business than...

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Chelsea Manning: Top U.S. Traitor and Leaker, May Become Senator

History Will Remember the U.S. Government as Going too Easy on Hackers and Leakers Photo courtesy of APThe United States made a...

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The End (and Beginning) of a Good Thing

After approximately 13 years and over 650 Tuesday morning blogs for Dialogic (and actually one last Thursday and this past Sunday), this...

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Tissot High-T

September 29, 2005

I just purchased a Tissot High-T watch. It is probably the most sophisticated watch I have ever seen and I have always been a watch fanatic. My wife is NOT a fan of digital watches and I was hoping this watch would be stylish enough to cross the line between “dress” watch and “geek” watch. I had never seen the watch in person and I ordered it online.

WiFi vs. Electricity

September 29, 2005

While WiFi speeds get faster and faster one has to wonder if there will be any competition to WiFi networks in our future. For example WiMAX may eliminate the need for WiFi as we can just access signals from the service provider directly. Another option is ultrawideband a wireless standard which will allow up to 500 mbps of throughput at some point.

Yet another threat to WiFi is using your electrical socket. I am not referring to BPL or broadband over power line where data is transmitted by electric companies but instead allowing your electrical wires to transmit broadband signals and thus potentially eliminating the need for WiFi in homes.

The convenience factor of wireless is certainly something that cannot be matched by using the electrical sockets but with laptops constantly needing to be plugged in after a few hours of use anyway, will it be easier in the future to just stay plugged in?

Now I am not ready to give up WiFi any time soon but there are likely applications for this technology where WiFi just doesn’t reach or where the throughput of WiFi is not good enough or where there is interference or where too many people need to get on a limited amount of wireless frequencies.





Google And NASA Shoot for The Stars

September 29, 2005

If there is one thing you must credit Google with it is building momentum. The company is in the news virtually every day with a new announcement or another. Not all the news is good as there has been an ongoing problem in the book publishing field regarding Google’s unauthorized scanning and indexing of books. A similar problem turned up in the TV industry where Google planned on recording TV programs and allowing people to search and possibly view them.

But problems aside it seems Google is running on all cylinders and has evolved from being a verb to one of the most commonly used words in the world.

We all know that massive amounts of miniaturization brought about by space flight has been partly responsible for the rapid advance humanity has experienced in computing.



Slaying Dragons

September 28, 2005

Check out this cool webinar I am involved with. Someone who participates in this webinar will get a Bose Wave Radio. I was among the first to purchase a Bose Acoustic Wave radio – back in 1987 or so. This was a great radio to take to a field and listen to while you throw a Frisbee around.

Comcast Service

September 28, 2005

GBH Buys CommuniTech

September 28, 2005

Drivesavers Saving Disks

September 28, 2005

TMCnet in Top 1,275 Sites In World!

September 28, 2005

Wow! No sooner did I blog about how TMCnet was in the top 1,426 sites in the world yesterday, today was an even better day. TMCnet is the top 1,275 sites today! Our reach was a record as well at 590 out of a million people.

Glance Networks

September 28, 2005

I have had great results testing the presentation software from Glance Networks. The software is extremely simple to us. I am on the Beta version 2.00.50 ( I am pretty sure this version is now live) and it is the only version I have used. People I speak with in the industry who have used the service love it.

TMCnet Has Another Record Day!

September 28, 2005

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