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Cloud Traffic Will Make Up Almost Two-Thirds of All Global Data Centre Traffic by 2016

Today’s IP news roundup highlights some of the latest headlines in network security, cloud and more: The 2013 Cisco Annual Security Report revealed that global data centre traffic is expected to quadruple over the next five years. This trend is driven by the cloud, as cloud traffic will make...
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Canadian Residential Internet Fees May Increase, While Businesses May See Savings

Welcome to today’s edition of the IP news roundup. Here are the latest headlines in virtualization, mobility and more: New CRTC decisions are a mixed bag for residential and business Internet customers. It will soon be harder for smaller ISPs to provide Internet services at a competitive rate...
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Mobility on the Rise, as 70% of Organizations Plan to Increase Smartphone and Tablet Usage

Welcome to the Monday edition of the IP news roundup. Here are the latest headlines in mobility, cloud and more: A Jabra and Frost & Sullivan survey revealed that organizations are placing more importance on mobility. The study of 302 organizations revealed that 70% plan to increase their...
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Trending topics for 2012 and tomorrow

If the entire IT industry were to receive a performance review the way individual employees do, it would begin, of course, with a self-assessment. Here goes: Although this was probably the year consumer technology made its biggest inroads into business environments, a lot of important work...
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Symantec Study Reveals New Technologies Are Helping SMBs Prepare for Disasters

A new study by Symantec explored to what degree SMBs are adopting virtualization, mobility and cloud computing and how these technologies affect their ability to prepare for the unexpected. The 2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey found that the SMBs that adopt these technologies feel they are...
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