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By Jason Sparapani News Sep 21, 2016

Bus stop app 'just the beginning' for accessibility tech

Perkins School for the Blind launches a mobile app to help commuters with vision loss find bus stops. And it's not stopping there. Continue Reading


By Alex Scroxton Sep 13, 2016

Scotland begins new superfast broadband procurement

Scottish government issues prior information notice to kick off new procurement to deliver 100% superfast broadband access across the country Continue Reading


By John Burke Evaluate Oct 10, 2016

Successful SD-WAN use cases begin with knowing your options

We'll keep things simple: Software-defined WAN simplifies the WAN; enterprises aiming for successful SD-WAN use cases need simplified options; and, in this video, Nemertes Research analyst John Burke simplifies ... Continue Reading


By Rich Castagna Evaluate Jul 06, 2016

NAND flash technology is just the beginning

NAND flash adoption has been as fast as the speed it offers, but faster storage techs such as 3D XPoint and phase-change memory are on their way. Continue Reading


By Lis Evenstad Sep 16, 2016

DWP to begin private beta roll-out of CIS database

The Department for Work and Pensions has been giving its customer information system an overhaul, and will begin deploying it to a limited number of users this month Continue Reading


By Alex Scroxton Sep 12, 2016

Aberdeen City Council begins Swan network roll-out

Aberdeen City Council has begun work on a regional fibre network to enhance digital services under the auspices of the Capita-run Scottish Wide Area Network framework Continue Reading


By Alex Scroxton May 26, 2016

GDS begins publication of PSN performance data

The government makes public data gleaned from its monitoring of the performance of the Public Services Network to help customers understand their networks Continue Reading


May 17, 2016

Countdown begins to new EU data protection rules

In this week’s Computer Weekly, with the new EU data protection rules ready to become law, firms now have just two years to prepare for the stringent regulations – we assess the challenges. Manufacturing giant ... Continue Reading


By Jim O'Donnell Manage May 09, 2016

Manufacturers begin to embrace cloud ERP software

Manufacturers have been slower to embrace cloud ERP software, but more options and familiarity with the technology are spurring more companies to move to the cloud. Continue Reading


By Chuck Moozakis News Mar 25, 2016

Group begins work on 400 Gbps QSFP interfaces

Thirteen networking and electronics industry suppliers said they would work together to develop a new generation of double-density quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP) interfaces that would ... Continue Reading