Networking Articles

  1. Sydney Launches City-Wide Free IoT Network

    Public access open data network connects the city to the Internet of Things. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Researchers Developing Anti-Tracking Computer Program To Stop Hackers

    Browser study looks to use browsing habits to help combat cybercrime. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. How To Create A Data-Driven Workplace

    With the potential offered by the use of Big Data analytics, it only stands to reason organizations will want to utilize Big Data more and more within the workplace. Big Data can not only help a business be more successful with customers, it can improve what happens internally as well. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer

  4. 10 Ways TSPs Can Take Action For Better Performance

    Tracking key metrics is crucial for proper management of services. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. Do You Know Your Customer’s Internal Trigger?

    Using the Hook Model, you can create customer habits which could lead to supercharged growth, higher customer lifetime value, and increased defensibility against competitors who prey on your customers.

  6. CompTIA’s Vision Of The Future

    What does CompTIA CEO and president Todd Thibodeaux think needs to happen to make sure the future of the industry remains bright? Hint —you may not be able to get a certain Whitney Houston song out of your head when you find out.

  7. ASCII IT SMB Success Summit 2016 To Feature Speaker Ken Feinberg

    Session addresses the worth of individual lives for business decision-makers. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. Morphing Enfal Malware Remains Dangerous

    New report finds that Enfal is still evolving with a new API name obfuscation technique By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Managed Services News

    If you deliver IT services, there’s a strong chance that you’ve used TeamViewer to gain remote access to your customers’ machines. The company has seen the value in working closer with the MSP community, so it’s made some recent appointments and announcements to that end. More specifically, TeamViewer recently appointed Konstantin Ebert as director of channels. In his new role as director of channels, Ebert will be responsible for establishing and building the channel ecosystem for TeamViewer, while also leveraging partnerships and devising different business models. Ebert joins TeamViewer with 15 years of sales experience with companies such as T-Systems, Fujitsu, and most recently, NetApp. Expect future announcements regarding a new channel partner program.

  10. As Researchers Predicted, We May Be Seeing The End Of The Password

    ForgeRock’s Identity Platform Ushers in New Era of the Frictionless User Experience By Christine Kern, contributing writer