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FreeConferenceCall.com Adds Enterprise Support

Getting workers these days to adopt the technology the company mandates is a bit like telling your children to eat their veggies. The only way to make it happen is to use reverse psychology and even then, they typically eat...

Exclusive Interview with Aricent's Frank Kern at MWC 2015

It’s been a few years since I've covered Aricent (2012, 2009, 2006) but as fate would have it I was fortunate enough to interview Frank Kern, CEO at MWC 2015. This is one of the companies behind many of the...

Elastica Builds an SOC in the Cloud for the Cloud

Companies have a challenge that as more data has moved to cloud apps, they have lost the traditional visibility, threat detection and control they used to enjoy. As they evolve from a CAPEX model to OPEX in search of...

Mojave Networks Hopes to Solve BYOD Security Challenge

BYOD is not new but what has yet to be addressed properly by many organizations is security relating to this plethora of unknown devices. Quite frankly there are many holes in any corporate network where mobile devices are being...

ResponseTek Looks to Boost CSP Service Levels

The fundamental question which drives all business is did my customers have a good experience today. The bigger your enterprise gets, the more difficult it is to determine. ResponseTek holds the entire organization accountable on a minute-by-minute basis to...

Comverse ONE Helps CSPs Monetize Digital Services

In March I detailed how Comverse Share is helping carriers integrate the best of social networking with their carrier offerings allowing a CSP to communicate with customers in an environment where they are spending more of their time. The integration...

Your iPhone Could Get Hacked Through the Charger

As scary as it sounds – that iOS device which you thought was safe from hackers because Apple controls the App Store could get infected through a malicious charger. This is a major concern for IT departments who didn’t previously...
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