Search

Results 1-20 of 200 for Andrew K. Burger.

Mobile Enterprise Apps: The Next Security Frontier

Mobile application developers are a busy lot these days as organizations look to put the latest applications in the hands of mobile employees. However, as organizations' networks extend ever outward and "over the air," data and application security are primary concerns. Enterprise networks are a po...

HP Targets SMBs With Infrastructure in a Box

HP on Tuesday launched HP Adaptive Infrastructure in a Box for Midsize Businesses, a suite of products and services designed to enable businesses with anywhere from 100 to 999 employees to more efficiently and cost-effectively manage their evolving network and IT needs. The three-tiered HP AI in a B...

In the Wireless World, 3 Things Matter: Location, Location, Location

Location-based mobile and Web services are increasingly delivering value and gaining adherents as service providers devote greater time and resources to developing them further. For example, Sprint's Xohm wireless broadband unit is working with a group of leading mobile Web application development c...

BEST OF ECT NEWS

Customer Lawsuits: Best Avoided

Providing timely, reassuring and comprehensive customer service has been an axiom of good business for as long as people have been doing business. The inability of a business to provide competent, secure customer service is damaging to more than just revenues. Besides the direct monetary losses that...

Coming Soon: New ID Security Rules

Six federal banking regulators, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, FDIC and Office of Thrift Supervision, last November issued final rules clarifying what U.S. banks and credit institutions would have to do to comply with Red Flag provisions of the 2003 Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act. The...

Mobile Devices for Enterprise Apps, Part 2

Device makers are hard at it trying to crack the market for mobile enterprise software applications. While BlackBerry devices put Research in Motion in a front-running position, enterprise users have an increasingly wide range of choices when it comes to high-end smartphones and mobile devices. Rece...

The Olympics, Part 2: Gold-Medal Network Performance

Online media coverage of this year's Summer Olympic Games on MSN is shaping up to be a breakout event for Internet TV, as well as quite a big hit for NBC and its tech partners. The network reported 12 million hits and 70 million page views on its Olympics Web site -- and that was before the opening ...

Mobile Devices for Enterprise Apps, Part 1

The emergence of smaller, more powerful handheld devices and the spread of high-speed mobile networks have enterprise software developers scrambling to meet demand for portable versions of their flagship applications. Research In Motion got a jump on the market with the BlackBerry's secure and relia...

The Olympics, Part 1: A Test of IT Strength, Endurance and Discipline

The 2008 Summer Olympics kicked off in Beijing Friday, and this year's Summer Games will serve up highlights outside of athletic prowess and national pride. China's hosting of this year's Games has made them a flash point for a wide range of issues having to do with China and international relations...

The Growing Threat of Job Site Scams, Part 2

A troubling up-tick in the frequency of Internet fraud attempts and the growing use of more sophisticated botnets and crimeware is leading a growing number of organizations to enlist the services of specialized Internet anti-fraud security services. Operating in a digital realm beyond the reach of l...

The Growing Threat of Job Site Scams, Part 1

Good con artists make an art of preying on people's fears, hopes, dreams and good intentions, and there's probably no end to the list of con schemes being perpetrated via the Web. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing, and the Web's openness is proving to be a seduction too strong to resist fo...

The Growing Threat of Job Site Scams, Part 1

Good con artists make an art of preying on people's fears, hopes, dreams and good intentions, and there's probably no end to the list of con schemes being perpetrated via the Web. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing, and the Web's openness is proving to be a seduction too strong to resist fo...

The Growing Threat of Job Site Scams, Part 1

Good con artists make an art of preying on people's fears, hopes, dreams and good intentions, and there's probably no end to the list of con schemes being perpetrated via the Web. A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing, and the Web's openness is proving to be a seduction too strong to resist fo...

Music 2.0: The New Indie Model

The Web continues to play a central role in affecting radical, disruptive change in the music industry as musicians latch on to the latest Web 2.0 tools and bypass traditional producers and distributors. High Street music and video chains -- all the rage not that long ago -- seem to be closing outl...

Real Estate Discovers CRM, Part 2: Trying Out the Tools

As more buyers and sellers look to the Web and as other parties in the real estate value chain move to Web-enabled business software platforms, the real estate industry has begun to embrace CRM as a sales tool. While enterprise-level leaders such as Oracle and SAP don't have specific CRM offerings f...

Real Estate Discovers CRM, Part 1: Embracing the Idea

In few other industries is the need for a good CRM system as great as in real estate -- a business that employs large sales forces with a need to build lasting client relationships and processes lots of documents. Add to that the need to track property listings, sales leads and referrals, and it be...

OS Implementations: A Guide for SMBs

Though their IT needs are fundamentally the same as larger organizations, small and medium-sized business owners may feel particularly challenged when it comes to rolling out a new operating system. The increasing complexity of IT system architectures combined with a relative shortfall of resources ...

Packing It In: The Evolution of Online Video and Audio Tech, Part 2

The choice of particular audio-video compression technology is of vital interest to commercial and not-for-profit organizations involved in producing and delivering digital multimedia products and services. New York-based Paltalk's choice to go with industry-standard H.264/Mpeg-4 AV for video and a ...

Packing It In: The Evolution of Online Video and Audio Tech, Part 1

The explosion in Web-delivered music and video we're seeing today just wouldn't be possible without the use of sophisticated encoded compression algorithms, or codecs, and the file storage formats in which compressed audio, images and data are saved. As Internet bandwidth and broadband access has ex...

The Spread of Telepresence Tech, Part 2: Ramping Up

Business travel is a major expense, ranking third on corporate budgets behind personnel and IT. The World Travel & Tourism Council estimates U.S. business travel spending at $179 billion, followed by second-ranked Japan at $64 billion. Besides the increasing financial expense of air travel and i...

Will Elon Musk ultimately purchase Twitter?
Loading ... Loading ...

LinuxInsider Channels