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Last Updated on 13 April 2015, Total: 160 Blog Posts

  1. IPv6 Webinar for African Operators

    AfriNIC, a source of information of Internet technology and governance for the African community, Internet Society a leader in Internet policy, and France Telecom a leading telecoms operator, will be organizing an IPv6 webinar to assist African operators with their adoption plans and raise awareness about IPv6 initiatives and activities. The agenda for the webinar is: The Cost of not... Read More

  2. Mobile phone money transfer app

    A "revolutionary" app enabling people to send and receive money just by using mobile phone numbers is to be made available to consumers across the UK. The Barclays Pingit allows users to send and receive cash to anyone with a UK current account and mobile phone number, without having to share bank details. Read more - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/consumertips/banking/9085826/Barclays-launches-mobile-phone-money-transfer-app.html... Read More

  3. The desktop is not dead!

    According to a senior analyst at IDC, the main reason behind the laptop success sales figures is price. They are leading the market because they are simply much cheaper than they used to be, and the price gap has gone. However, the desktop remains the first choice for resource hungry applications, durability, scalability and security where thieves are less attracted... Read More

  4. Microsoft and Motorola fight over patents!

    At the moment a court trial is taking place in Germany that will establish if Microsoft's Windows 7, Internet Explorer 9, Windows Media Player and Xbox 360 are actually infringing two patents - about video compression and decompression technology, which helps in reducing the amount of bandwidth used during video streaming. The case was filed by General Instrument Corporation, a... Read More

  5. Penalizing success!

    What's going on in the UK? 'constant attacks on success; an absurd belief that fixed pay is a better system than variable pay and that politicians can determine what a "fair" wage is; the government's failure to deregulate labour markets; high income and other taxes; an energy policy which is killing manufacturing; the tax raid on the North Sea; an... Read More

  6. Data Backup Policies & Procedures

    There's more to Data Backups than a software solution! Although, some major solutions are so well designed that you can form procedures around them! However, Data Backup Policies and some specific procedures still need to be created for your environment and aligned with other processes. Then, you can use the backup solution according to the set policies and procedures. To... Read More

  7. Visual Studio 2010 Training Kit

    If you are a Visual Studio 2010 inexperienced user and need some help, then I suggest you download the following training kit from Microsoft. The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit The training kit includes demos, presentations and hands-on labs that help you leverage the various features found in this development tool. Visual Studio 2010 is a... Read More

  8. A merry Christmas to all!

    The WindowsNetworking.com team would like to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!... Read More

  9. CAN-SPAM Act

    The following are seven important things to remember if your organization is required to comply with the US CAN-SPAM Act. The CAN-SPAM Act sets the rules and establishes requirements for commercial email messages while; it sets out tough penalties for violations - non-compliance can cost your organization thousands of dollars! FTC has put together a handy video outlining seven simple... Read More

  10. Productivity Future Prediction by Microsoft

    A very reasonably view of the future technology is presented by Microsoft's Office Labs where the overall concept integrates information flow, gadgets and everyday surrounding objects seamlessly together. Glass walls turn into huge displays and tables into tablets! Plausible sci-fi as some of the technology shown in these videos already exists; some has reached the level of prototypes while, some... Read More

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