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Unlocking the future of IoT: Five key areas to watch
Here are a few trends that make me hopeful that we’re now entering a time when IoT deployments will be increasingly effective - and widespread.
Cybersecurity checklist: Five essential tasks for multinational companies in 2017
While 2016 brought to light a number of massive data breaches, we have to be ready for more highly sophisticated and rapid attacks in 2017.
Getting to grips with a hybrid cloud environment for Asia Pacific enterprise
The hybrid cloud approach is an effective way for Asia Pacific enterprises to manage business but security & management concerns need to be addressed.
Has IoT increased our exposure to cyber threats?
Cybersecurity is already top of the agenda for many corporate boards, but the scale and scope of the Internet of Things escalates security risk.
SDN and NFV critical for long-term survival
The analyst firm says cost reduction and service agility remain key drivers, but for some operators NFV and SDN are critical for long term survival.
Could a single cyber attack lead to the downfall of the Internet of Things?
As the IoT trend continues to explode, experts are warning heavy financial losses could occur if these connected devices are not properly secured.
The Year of Mobile Collaboration: What to Expect in 2016
IDC and AT&T discuss the new age of the mobile worker population and it's impact on modern business
New security approach needed as corporations evolve
Modern corporations throughout Asia Pacific need to evolve their approach to security threats according to AT&T security research.
AT&T ramps up colocation footprint with Digital Realty deal
AT&T and Digital Realty have joined forces in an expanded deal that will broaden AT&T’s colocation footprint, enabling it to expand into more markets.
Barracuda rebrands enterprise phone system, begins international expansion
Barracuda is beginning its expansion of phone system support to new international locations, pricing and the rebranding of CudaTel telephony system.
US broadband congestion due to backbone business deals, study says
A new study states broadband congestion is caused by the relationships between major broadband providers and internet backbone providers.
Can IT investment double corporate competitiveness?
Research reveals how mobile computing, cloud services and online collaboration tools are improving productivity, but not for everyone.
Changing our lives in a very smart way
As houses around the world strip down to the bare minimum, what is left for smartphones to replace?
Polycom advancing innovative video capabilities
Companies join forces to announce a strategic agreement to personalise, mobilise and virtualise video meetings.
Business Mobility predictions in 2013
From Apps To M2M, mobility is growing everywhere according to AT&T Business executive director Mobeen Khan.
Cloud in 2013: From hype to hyper growth
Like earlier transformative phases in IT, cloud has reached a similar tipping point that will create unprecedented opportunities for both new entrants and established vendors.
AT&T appoints NZ general manager
Telecommunications company hope to increase sales across the Asia-Pacific region.
AT&T invests in solutions for the cloud
Innovation 'foundries' creating specialty products to enhance networking giant's cloud offering.
AT&T intro's managed network service
Could your business benefit from outsourcing its network to the pros?
AT&T buys T-Mobile
AT&T will acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom in a deal worth US$39 billion.
AT&T offers tablet exclusive billing
The major US network operator has introduced monthly billing options specifically for owners of tablets.
Verizon iPhone 4 also has death grip issues
Consumer Reports says that the new Verizon iPhone 4 suffers the same reception problems as the original model, only now you don't get a free case.
Cisco unveils super router
New CRS routing system claims to have 12 times the traffic capacity of its nearest rival.