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  • Less people today watch CNBC and business TV because Wall Street doesn't get it
    Less people today watch CNBC and business TV because Wall Street doesn't get it
    On Sept. 5, an interesting dichotomy took place for the once popular business channel CNBC as viewership of the business programming fell to a 21 year low. And on the same day that CNBC's ratings fell to their lowest level since Bill Clinton...
  • Ed Kozel at SVOD
    Network infrastructure in a mobile world is about to explode
    We live in a world of mobile apps but all of these are dependent on continuous, quality and clean connection to the Internet. We are moving into a connected world and the Internet-of-Things. What does the future of mobile networks entail?The...
  • How IP Accelerators Improve Network Performance for the Globally Distributed Enterprise
    How IP Accelerators Improve Network Performance for the Global Enterprise
    Globally distributed enterprises employ a variety of methods to ensure connectivity. From MPLS and SSL VPNs, delivering applications across a global enterprise is often easier said than done. As distances increase, performance often lags. Latency,...
  • Cause Central reaches people in 5 ways
    Unwrapping meaning at Cause Central
    In a news conference at Mission Coffee Roasters in Colorado Springs a new media platform was announced that will debut at 11:59 PM December 1. Cause Central Network will be a 24/7 internet program beginning with Christmas programming on a theme, ...
  • connected educator month
    October is Connected Educator Month
    In support of President Obama’s ConnectED initiative, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology is proud to announce that October is Connected Educator Month. Throughout the month, educators will have...
  • Community
    Benefits of Enterprise Social Networking
    Enterprise Social Networking is clearly aimed at one goal; to bring the right people at right time for a right solution. This reduces the hassle of speculating an appropriate solution for problem solving and connects globally scattered workforce...
  • IPv6 Addressing
    The Need to Implement IPv6
    Any network, be it a LAN, MAN or WAN needs addressing of various nodes over the network in order to assure the successful delivery of data packets at correct location. This type of addressing is performed using standard addressing called as...
  • Open Source Virtualization
    The Concept of Open-Source Virtualization
    Virtualization is a long-term investment for a business which allows the extendibility of the resources by accommodating more than one unit of resource on a single unit of serving unit, such as a server. Open source is another add-on for this...
  • Monique Wegmueller
    A spark of genius
    South Florida Brilliance BizThe scene is a Fort Lauderdale beach bar with blasting music. A variety of items are strewn on the table where Monique Wegmueller sat, where she was being interviewed for an article for the examiner.org.There with her...
  • You choice of channels
    'Must Have' TV is worth a look
    In what might surprise those who think TV viewers are flocking away from the big four networks, comes a "must read" study. No, let's make that "must have" study when it comes to pay-TV services.New research from The...
  • Social Media
    6 Questions to Ask Before Selecting Your Social Media Platform
    With the vast amount of social media networks for businesses to select from, how do you narrow it down to the ones that are perfect for your needs? Having thousands at your fingertip to sift thru can become a daunting task! To streamline the...
  • Date of internet doomsday.
    Internet doomsday scheduled for July 9
    November 8, 2011 the FBI, NASA-OIG and Estonian police arrested several cyber criminals in “Operation Ghost Click”. Trend Micro’sFeike Hacquebord called it the “biggest cybercriminal takedown in history.” These...
  • Community
    Missing gets found by viewers
    With NCAA tournament basketball on CBS, the other networks were able to breath a little easier. Preliminary numbers for the “eye” network put the average ratings on par with last year. Numbers could change, but it looks like CBS was in...
  • Reporter's Notebook
    Are political polls worth your time to consider?
    Just today,Bloomberg posted an articlewith [their] Poll results showing Herman Cain at 20 percent, Ron Paul at 19 percent, Mitt Romney at 18 percent and Newt Gingrich at 17 percent among the likely attendees with the caucuses that start the...
  • The Biggest Loser
    What's On?: September 27, 2011
    Here's a look at the new programming for available for September 27, 2011. The network channels listed are for the Des Moines local affiliates. Cable channels are only listed by network since the channel varies by cable or satellite provider....