Posts Tagged network

Your data network needs to be fast, accessible, secure

Lawyers often reach their work product using data networks. The speed and reliability of those networks can affect their productivity. At the same time, network security can determine whether lawyers keep client information confidential — or not.

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Handling Wi-Fi dead spots

People install wireless routers to easily deliver broadband Internet access to many places in a building. However, depending on where the router happens to be, certain places in a building might get weak signals. These places have earned the morbid name “dead spots” (or “dead zones”). In a

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Woodbine Goes Wireless

originally published in CNS Magazine Horseracing enthusiasts in the Greater Toronto area count Woodbine Racetrack as one of their top destinations. They not only have access to live race action 12 months of the year, but each is able to track and wager on equine events happening

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Expanding your network by hopping on the Internet

originally published in The Lawyers Weekly Lawyers who network already know the rubber chicken circuit. Many such lawyers are now venturing into the virtual chicken circuit, adding online social networking to their marketing efforts. Their “iChoices” continue to increase. In addition to online forums dedicated to the

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VoIP overview

Do you have an IP telephony business case? “Many businesses don’t think about their phones,” says Rick Moran, vice president, Cisco Unified Communications. “With all the demands on today’s businesses, would they want to spend money to replace something that works just fine, thank you very much?”

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Suite Relations: Neighbours plan events, swap info, and build relationships through Facebook communities

There’s an open invitation available on the web, courtesy of Jack Tsang, and it’s not just for people who live in Liberty Village’s Battery Park Condos. “I let anybody join the group,” he said. That group, founded by 32-year-old Tsang, a computer software consultant, has become a

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Wireless Exploits

There are many wireless breakthroughs occurring, which is good news for structured cabling vendors and installers. As one vendor put it, wireless access at everyone’s fingertips ultimately puts added demands on a cabling infrastructure.

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Wireless Networking — Opinion

The last 2005 edition of Communications and Networking contained reflections from 1997 staffers about the state of the industry. One of these marvelled at how she orders coffee while surfing the Web. Her key observation: “…technology that makes an impact with consumers ultimately finds its way into

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Convergence — The "Triple Play"

The phone rings. You pick it up. Your computer screen opens a window showing the caller’s face – live. Another window appears, listing a file on the caller that you keep in your customer relationship management (CRM) system. And all you did was pick up the phone.

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