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Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 22 October 2012 (0 Comments)

By Glenn Gray, SolarWinds 22-Oct-2012 Planning and preparing for disaster recovery is all about determining an organization’s tolerance for loss. How much tolerance does it have for downtime, lost data, and lost revenue or profit? The cost an organization incurs to maintain a suitable disaster recovery plan depends largely on how closely it relies on IT for its revenue. A company like Amazon or [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

WebRTC is starting to get a lot of press and interest. Essentially with WebRTC, your browser becomes your communications client, with the visual experience defined from a server through the HTML/HTML5 browser function and the real-time transmission and receipt of media streams through the WebRTC media engine built into the browser. With WebRTC, two users with their browsers connected to the same server can have a real-time [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

That’s the message for this year’s state of collaboration from Cisco, and with such noble intentions, you’d think we were just a few apps away from sending an astronaut to Mars. I’m all for dreaming big, and when Marthin de Beer talked about the Curiosity Rover mission to Mars, you have to conclude that anything is possible if you put your mind to it. [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Inmarsat and Cisco have signed a long-term deal that allows Inmarsat to supply advanced satellite services by way of Global Xpress (GX), Inmarsat’s state-of-the-art applications delivery platform for satellite services. Cisco will develop a router that is designed for use by satellite network end-users. The said Cisco router will not only utilize Inmarsat’s GX capabilities but also its preexisting Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN). [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Services-based systems use continues to agitate codified IT standard, causing the decline of the technology world and the value of legacy technologies contracts. Vendors are thus being forced to reassess their product portfolios and adopt new technology development initiatives with the intention of gaining control of markets which were once presided over by company allies. This could ultimately cause greater competition and conflict, and it [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

The Lighter Side Of The Cloud – Obscurity By David Fletcher Our comic collection has simply taken the light side of cloud computing to a whole new level. After all, isn’t cloud computing a fun way to get things done. Doesn’t it simplify our lives? So after a long day’s work in the cloud, you can stop by our comic library for that much deserved moment of fun [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Cloud Music And The Radio Star As far as music lovers are concerned, there are two options available for listening to tunes: the radio or a device that must loaded with music. For loading a device with a personal playlist, this is achieved by recording a list of songs on some media and it involves carrying some electronic device. The cloud computing revolution has [...]


      
Category: UC3 News | by: admin on 19 October 2012 (0 Comments)

Last week the largest electronic show in Japan, Ceatec, showcased a collection of new and slicker “smart products” which rely on smartphones to provide the intelligence. Booths stood packed with the very latest in “smart products” such as cars that suggest that you should eat and fitness scales that tell you what not to. A growing number of these “smart products” now outsource their [...]