Highly classified hacking tools used to break into various Microsoft systems, along with what it said was evidence that the N.S.A. had infiltrated the backbone of the Middle East’s banking infrastructure.
All over the world, companies like yours, are sitting on over €50 Billion worth of unwanted pre-owned Cisco software licenses that can now be sold on secondary markets like the Multiven marketplace. Tuesday, October 21, 2014, Multiven announced that as a result of its advocacy efforts in Europe which began with a complaint to the Swiss Competition Commission (“ComCo”) on… Lire la suite Cisco Software Licenses: A Marketplace Paradise
The Internet, otherwise known as cyber-space, is the fifth domain after air, land, sea and space. Accordingly, its criticality to personal, corporate and national security cannot be over-emphasized. The Internet infrastructure comprises of software-driven networked switches, routers, firewalls, servers and storage hardware that switch, route, protect and store all our voice, video and text data… Lire la suite Cyber-attacks : Defending Against The inevitable.
Over the past two decades, the networking equipment industry has experienced rapid growth and expansion as businesses worldwide continue to make substantial network infrastructure investments. Despite this industry attaining maturity, it remains riddled with numerous malpractices reminiscent of old-world cartel-like behavior where corporations collude to increase their collective profits through rehearsed messaging, price fixing and… Lire la suite Top 5 Malpractices in the Networking Equipment Industry: The Software Files
By 2018, Businesses Must Comply With The New GDPR - What is GDPR ? GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation) is a legislative that gives individuals more control over their personal data, impose stricter rules to companies handling it and make sure companies embrace new technology to process the influx of data produced and protect it from cyberattacks. This directive… Lire la suite GDPR in a Nutshell
Telecommunication and Internet Service Providers’ ("Telcos") network infrastructure is analogous to roads that consumers and businesses commute upon in order to get to the city ("Internet"). Today, Telcos charge 'tolls' for the use of these roads as well as bundled communication and entertainment services e.g. voice, SMS, IPTV etc. However, it is clear that several… Lire la suite Telcos : A Strategic SWOT Analysis
One of the things about being an entrepreneur is that you have to become an expert in the art of possible. But sometimes the recurring realities that serve to constrain you become too onerous and have to be tackled. One of the constant gripes of the commercial world is skills shortages; the never-ending complaint even… Lire la suite Internet : Overcoming The Impossible
All professions have a culture or stigma. City traders are reckless young men who work hard and play harder. Policemen put as much time into eating doughnuts and ice-cream as they do into policing. The IT department is full of geeks who will ask you if you have tried turning it off and on again… Lire la suite The Hardware Junkie
Frequently Asked Questions Q. What is Third Party Software Maintenance? A. Third Party Software Maintenance is objective maintenance of the integrity of software, provided by a company whose (a) core business is software maintenance services and (b) is completely independent of the manufacturer of the software. Q.What are the advantages of using a Third Party… Lire la suite 13 Facts on Third Party Maintenance Services