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Many workers are not familiar with the cloud, VoIP, fiber broadband

by Gizmoration August 27, 2015
Many workers are not familiar with the cloud, VoIP, fiber broadband
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Ericsson Consumer LAB, Consumer Trends in 2015

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
The Ericsson Consumer LAB’s report on the top Consumer Trends in 2015 has been released recently. The anticipated trends that the report indicates are as mentioned below, among others. 1.) Streamed Future: World over, internet users are resorting to follow one culture, video streaming. More than three-quarters of consumers browse the internet  and half use […]

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Various 2K titles are saved from the Gamespy shutdown

by Ryan Burgesson April 23, 2014
2K announced yesterday that they have a contingency plan in place and will be moving their games over from Gamespy servers to Steamworks. 2K said in a statement: Beginning May 31, 2014, select legacy titles from the Borderlands and Civilization catalogs will temporarily go offline while service is transitioned to Steamworks, During the transition, players […]
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How Small Businesses are Benefiting from VoIPs

by Nick Adamson December 9, 2013
In addition to saving money, there are a plethora of benefits to switching over to a VoIP. One of the most significant benefits is the enhancement of customer service.   This is especially important to small businesses, who are often already understaffed.  Let’s examine a few additional ways VoIP can be used to help your small […]

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The Dark Side of VoIP: Telephony Denial-of-Service (TDoS) Attacks

by Eric Brownon September 4, 2013
When technologies become more popular, hackers find ways to attack them. You’ve probably heard of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, in which a company’s network gets flooded with so much traffic that it crashes the company website. Similarly, a telephony denial-of-service (TDoS) attack floods a telephone system with so many phone calls that the phone system […]
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Brain Computer Interface: A Mind-controlling Tool?

by Chris Murphyon March 27, 2013
Technology’s Omniscient Eye. It sees all. BCI, or Brain Computer Interface, works by recording brain activity and transmitting that information to a computer, which interprets it as various inputs and commands. The prototype looks like a rain cap with diodes and wires attached to sections of your brain, leading to a computer. It’s most commonly […]