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IPv6 progress becomes the talk of IETF Vancouver event

Ars Technia reports on an Internet Society panel, changes in the control room and more

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In Vancouver on Wednesday, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) convened a panel discussion with the Internet Society (ISOC) to talk about the state of IPv6 after the World IPv6 Day. According to a report from Ars Technia, the progress is impressive.

Audio-visual technology is taking on a new role in operations centres thanks to increased network connectivity. A post on AV Network offers a closer look at how the control room can become a collaboration space.

If you’re thinking about launching a project involving unified communications or session initiation protocol (SIP), Telecom Reseller on Wednesday published a Top 10 list of best practices for SIP-UC site planning. Useful whether you have PBXes to deal with or not.

It may not be the typical beach book, but in his latest review for the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business section, Harvey Schachter looks at Thomas Koulopoulos’ Cloud Surfing, which explores the notion of “creating intelligence through connections” as a way of thinking about ROI.

And finally, mobility, authentication and encryption were among the top choices for key IT security investments in 2013, according to an article published Wednesday by GovInfoSecurity. Cyberthreat intelligence and BYOD were among the drivers behind the top areas of investment.


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