Holiday shopping can be difficult when trying to find something for those high-level techie-types. Gadgets go out of style and it’s hard to know if a specific technology syncs up with what they currently have --- one gift that keeps on giving is learning.
Blog Posts about Voice/IP Communications
Lucky enough to go to Barcelona? Me either. Apparently here is what we missed...
The Cisco Press Author Webinar Series continues on the Cisco Learning Network, as three sets of authors embark on featured learning events during the month of October.
Mark your calendar and make sure to attend the below events, as Cisco Press will have special offers for those in attendance! Five review copies of the author's recent products will also be given away during the events. Each even will be archived as well for future viewing.
Whether you're a network specialist in-training, or a seasoned professional - these little tidbits might ring true.
Being new on the job is tough enough without adding mistakes – be sure to check your work and don’t do any of these 10 Rookie mistakes!
Get ready for a month full of giveaways. From July 9 through the end of the month, InformIT will be having 17 days of giveaways. Each week has a theme to make sure that there’s something YOU will be excited to win!
Telecommunications has come a long way over the years. Annabel Z. Dodd demystifies the current trends and technologies that are important to you - from cloud services to social networks, mobile video to telepresence.
After installing an Android update to his phone, Traenk wonders aloud what p2p really means.
In IT many assume our settings are secret, but each tool shrieks announcements that hackers can hear...
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Are you the proud owner of a new iPhone? Have an old BlackBerry that you don't know what to do with? Never fear. Following are 10 ways you can still enjoy your Blackberry (albeit temporarily):