ShoreTel Brings Network Services to Cloud UC Customers

The services will be the same as those offered to on-premises users, and come as ShoreTel prepares to launch its common UC platform next month.

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IT Tax Season: What's Taxing Your Wireless Infrastructure?

With the 2015 tax season at its height, U.S. taxpayers are poring over their W2s and digging through the box of receipts in the closet, determining where their money went and revisiting what decisions have led to great returns or losses. However, federal, state and local governments are hardly the only ones taxing us. IT departments... More >

Apple Watch to Fuel Rapid Growth of Wearables Market

IDC analysts say the new device, launched March 9, will raise the profile of all wearable products and drive vendors to build similar offerings.

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Google Antitrust Worries, Growth Slowdown Seen as Temporary Setbacks

Renewed focused on potential antitrust enforcement in the U.S. and Europe is making Google appear more vulnerable than ever, but some industry analysts say the worries are overblown.

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Health Care, Financial Firms Lead in Cloud Security

The health care industry is investing in new cloud services to provide patients with a more flexible approach when selecting medical coverage.

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Downtime, IT Outages Put Strain on Small Businesses

Nearly half of IT pros said that it actually takes as long as, or longer, to identify the right individual as it does to resolve the actual problem.

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Amazon Conducts Drone Testing in Canada While U.S. Laws Move Slowly

The online retailer, frustrated by slow FAA reviews of Amazon's drone delivery proposals, has been doing testing in a secret location in nearby Canada, according to a report.

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FCC Assigns Spectrum to Create Citizens Broadband Radio Service

NEWS ANALYSIS: New 3.5 GHz band will allow what the Federal Communications Commission calls innovative uses to take advantage of a variety of wireless technologies.

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HP Delivers New Software for Mobile App Developers

HP's new mobile application development software taps the company's big data analytics expertise.

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GitHub Under Sustained DDoS Attack

Since March 26, GitHub has been under attack, but users are likely not even noticing as the site continues to be highly available.

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Google Rebuts Reports of Cozy Relationship With White House

There is nothing to substantiate that the White House influenced the FTC to let Google off the hook two years ago, the company says in scathing blog.

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Thinking ahead and taking the time and attention needed to ensure the protection of data valuables is well worth it and doesn't cost that much.

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