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Monday, April 24th, 2017

communications

42% of APAC respondents want to make in-flight VoIP calls

42% of APAC respondents want to make in-flight VoIP calls

Many airlines are introducing new features to make the flying experience as joyful as possible. But how do people feel about these new features and what else needs to be done to improve the overall flying experience?

How to earn the trust of millennials concerned with security

How to earn the trust of millennials concerned with security

Millennials are growing increasingly weary of data and security when it comes to their favorite brands. And that means it's vital that companies include a strong cybersecurity message in their marketing plan to help rebuild trust.

4 ways for IT to connect better with customers

4 ways for IT to connect better with customers

A look at how top IT shops model their workflow and business processes to incorporate communication and interaction between IT and its customers, and how the setup benefits the business, and IT workers' careers.

INFOGRAPHIC: How to slash your roaming bill

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An infographic talking about the ways one can do to slash data roaming while on business trips.

NTT Com to acquire two US cloud firms for $880 million

Japan’s NTT Communications will buy two United States-based cloud computing firms in deals worth 85.5 billion yen.

Olympics could strain enterprise networks

The Olympics happen every two years, but according to media watchers and IT professionals, the impact of the Olympics on communications traffic globally from this year's games could be more significant than any in the 116-year history of the modern games.


 
"Coverage of the Olympics used to be very static, it was just print, broadcast or TV," says Marianne Budnick, CMO of Acme Packet, which specializes in session delivery networks.

Communications infra demand drives biz growth in emerging markets

Having reliable communications amongst all branches/territories and a flexible business strategy emerged as the most important among companies around the world, with 28% of respondents to a survey selecting them.
Reliable communications is the most important factor according to business leaders in Hong Kong with 59% of respondents selecting this option.
 
This was among the findings of a survey conducted by Vanson Bourne and commissioned by Tata Communications.

Communication infrastructure drives business growth in emerging markets

Having reliable communications amongst all branches/territories and a flexible business strategy emerged as the most important among companies around the world, with 28% of respondents to a survey selecting them.
Reliable communications is the most important factor according to business leaders in Hong Kong with 59% of respondents selecting this option.
 
This was among the findings of a survey conducted by Vanson Bourne and commissioned by Tata Communications.

HP and Alcatel announce integrated architecture for data centers

HP and Alcatel-Lucent have jointly developed a product to help organizations move, store and access vast amounts of information by integrating data center infrastructure technology and high-performance communications networks.
 
The new HP and Alcatel-Lucent Data Center Network Connect (DCNC) is an integrated architecture that brings together the strengths of data center technology with high-performance communications networks to offer enterprises the same levels of reliability, speed and capacity that are available on telecommunication serv

Cloud-based business communications: from curiosity to reality

A few years ago, CIOs were skeptical about cloud computing risks but equally optimistic about the rewards. Now that they’ve made cloud investments, they say the results are living up to their expectations, especially when it comes to cloud-based communications.