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Prepare For A Wild Ride, Says VMware’s CEO

October 3, 2016

By Paul Barker There is a tectonic shift in the ICT industry currently underway that shows no sign of slowing down, says Pat Gelsinger, the president and CEO of VMware. Gelsinger said during a recent press briefing in Toronto that

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Of Machines & People

October 3, 2016

By Paul Barker There was yet another new buzzword that surfaced at the 14th edition of the Canadian Telecom Summit held recently in Toronto – The Exchange of Everything or EoE. Five weeks before appearing on stage to discuss EoE,

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IoT Reaches New Heights

July 7, 2016

By Paul Barker In farm fields, factories and fuel depositories, in offices, in schools and in sports stadiums, the impact of a technology initiative called IoT, short for Internet of Things continues to grow and multiply. The application types are

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5G & IoT Dominate MWC16

March 22, 2016

Barcelona, Spain – The 2016 edition of Mobile World Congress showcased many technological advances, but the two that clearly stood out from the rest were 5G and the Internet of Things. In the exhibit halls, during keynote speeches and at

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The Curious Case Of Women In ICT

March 22, 2016

Is the glass half full or half empty? In the context of women’s role in ICT, this question evokes the same ambiguity that marks virtually all discussions of complex social evolution. On one hand, the contribution that women could make

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‘Data Is The New Currency — Invest Wisely’

March 22, 2016

By Paul Barker Late last year, Dell released a study that found companies investing in cloud, mobility, security and big data are growing upwards of 50% faster than those who had decided to give it a miss. It is a

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The Next Frontier For Indoor Wireless

March 18, 2016

Over the last several years, wireless operators have been focused on covering the largest public access venues – stadiums, arenas and airports – with cellular services. In these types of venues, it’s all about providing high network capacity to a

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HPE Arrives At A Critical Juncture

December 22, 2015

LONDON – You need more than a new name and new branding to succeed in the enterprise computing space, a point that Meg Whitman and the rest of her senior team were well aware of in the days and weeks

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The Future Is Bright, The Future Is Cloudy

December 16, 2015

We live in interesting times. Keeping up with the trends in technology and elsewhere is becoming more and more difficult, as the pace of change increases. But that doesn’t mean we still won’t try to figure out what’s going to

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Genband, Kandy & The RTC Factor

November 13, 2015

It is not surprising that David Walsh (pictured) continuously talks, muses and thinks about the future. As CEO and chairman of Genband Inc., staying in the present is simply not acceptable when the company’s entire existence revolves around real-time communications