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PRODUCT LAUNCH: 'WHIZZARD' from Linius Technologies Limited is the only cloud-based solution that transforms regular video into "hyper-personalised" video transform hours of video footage into bite-sized relevant pieces of content, to increase knowledge sharing across their preferred platforms: it's a unique product in the video conferencing and enterprise collaboration markets which allows users to immediately search, assemble and share video content from within recorded meetings.

Published in Business IT

Gigabyte's Aero 15 has been impressing the world for some time now. It's a noteable notebook in that it's a relatively thin, portable machine that is designed to fit into an executive office while simultaneously being able to play the latest games.

goCatch and EY are hailing a real corporate earner: a streamlined, corporate solution to processing taxi payments and receipt tracking for staff travel.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 10:50

Google sells out, names next Android 'KitKat'

Google has announced its next version of Android, version 4.4, and it's not called Key Lime Pie. It's KitKat.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 02 July 2013 06:57

Splunk launches Hunk for Hadoop

Big data analysis company Splunk has announced the beta version of its new product Hunk, which integrates tightly with Hadoop.

Wednesday, 05 June 2013 09:32

Windows 8 enterprise take-up terrible

Windows 8 is facing "shocking" adoption rates among enterprise, according to new research released today.

BYOD - bring your own device - is happening whether you like it or not. So it makes sense to work out how you're going to manage it and a way of reaping the benefits while avoiding the pitfalls.



If your desktop environment is littered with unnecessary icons or apps then dig deeper. Apply the Van Halen M&M test.


Published in The Wired CIO

"Why won't the help desk just help us?" says many an office worker about their internal IT support. Yet, IT is similarly lamenting, "Why can't the user just log a ticket properly?". Never before has "help us help you" seemed so strained. Let me break away the tension and reveal just what your IT department wish you knew about logging a support request.

Published in CIO Trends
Monday, 19 September 2011 14:56

The internet and the way we connect has evolved.

'We know that this new range of plans will be popular with consumers at large, so we have worked with our wholesaler to install extra capacity in our POPS to allow new customers to join up and experience the new download limits'

Friday, 15 July 2011 00:02

Optimise your personal IT value chain

You may not have considered it, but much of IT - from ad-hoc help-desk support to large-scale projects - follows a similar value chain. Understanding your value chain is a first step to enhancing your own productivity and performance.


Published in The Wired CIO

Chances are your company has begun work on budgets and strategy for the next financial year. Although IT is largely ethereal, although many execs do not understand it and although the world of technology is fast changing, you can be a world-class CIO that uses this process to articulate a clear strategy.


Published in The Wired CIO

Is your GAL, AD or LDAP address book fully populated? Does it contain position titles, street addresses, phone, fax and mobile numbers? If not, you fail one of my yardsticks for a quality systems administrator and you are missing out on recognition from your executive management. Here is why.

Published in The Wired CIO

An international survey has revealed a big gap between larger organisations' information management goals and their current practices.

Despite being written off by some as being nothing more than the latest shiny toy from Apple, the iPad is finding its niche in the corporate world.

Published in Core Dump
Friday, 26 February 2010 11:16

Using database triggers for alerting and auditing

Whether an enterprise application is custom-built or purchased off-the-shelf, you can always delve under the hood into the database layer to add your own specific functionality, like alerting and auditing when data is modified.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 23:20

Simple Exchange server certificate management

To give your Microsoft Exchange users the most flexible access options you really need an independent verified SSL certificate. Here's how to do it fast and efficiently with a minimum of fuss and confusion.

Published in Networking




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