Powering Mobile Workspaces What does the future of work look like? Working in the office, from home, on a train or from some remote, distant location -- on any device, fully connected and secure is happening somewhat now, but truly represents the future of work (and life). The impact is
With less than two weeks until the contest closes, this is your last chance to try your hand at IT blogging and win one of four prizes. Our two previous suggested topics were on IT security and data sovereignty. While you can still submit blog posts on these topics, if they
Next month Unify Inc. – formerly Siemens Enterprise Communications – will release its new cloud-based unified communications and collaboration platform as it tries to put a new face on veteran German-based brand. The new cloud suite, known so far as Project Ansible, is part of a restructuring that started when
The cloud allows very simple scalability. But before we scale up we need to think about a number of concerns including data sovereignty and data integrity. I would argue the latter is most important. Organizations are worried about data sovereignty, and so may not take full advantage of cloud computing.
Developers looking to take advantage of the Internet of Things have a new outlet in Canada with the word that Telus Corp. has partnered with a Vancouver startup to offer a connected car solution. The carrier shortly launch a wireless car monitoring service with a cellular/GPS device from Mojio Inc. that