Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

Do CEOs need advanced security? With power comes great responsibility…

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Posted on 26th Sep 2014 by in Enterprise

As the leader of a company, the CEO has access to the most private, valuable information from corporate strategy and financial results to sensitive employee data. Few will argue with the fact that the CEO is someone who needs advanced security.

Notification: Has the fragmentation of communication left your head spinning?

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Posted on 22nd Jul 2014 by in Telecom

Seeing little red notification circles on a host of different apps on your phone can be a dizzying experience. Whereas consumers once had only SMS text messages and phone calls to worry about, the proliferation of smartphones has given us more streams of communication to deal with than ever before. Got a message on your […]

Should your “friend” social login for your business? Visit us at RSA Conference to find out.

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Posted on 20th Feb 2014 by in Enterprise

Here’s a familiar scenario: I hear about a great website/service that interests me.  It’s free, but I have to create an account to use the service. I’m not sure I’m going to keep using the service, so I hesitate to set up an account. Then I notice that I can login using my LinkedIn profile, […]

Who to follow at Mobile World Congress 2014

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Posted on 17th Feb 2014 by in Telecom

If there’s one thing that attendees of next week’s Mobile World Congress can be sure of, it’s that the event will attract more than its fair share of noise on Twitter. Throw tens of thousands of mobile enthusiasts into a handful of gigantic exhibition halls together and it’s inevitable that, between them, they’ll produce enough […]

GITEX 2013 – From tweets to iPad minis

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Posted on 25th Oct 2013 by in M2m

After a week of innovative technology demonstrations, packed conferences and inspiring speeches, GITEX 2013 is today drawing to a close. In addition to the end of the exhibition, this day also marks the close of our GITEX iPad Mini competition. Throughout the week, we’ve been on the look-out for the most insightful tweets about our […]

From citizen to customer with eGovernment

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Posted on 23rd Oct 2013 by in Corporate

A study from Booz and Company a few years ago claimed that electronic government capabilities are a crucial part of a nation’s technological development and that although countries in the Middle East region had started to implement e-government, there was still some way to go. Several years on we can see many of these electronic […]

What two-factor authentication could mean for Twitter

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Posted on 30th May 2013 by in Enterprise

Yesterday’s announcement from Twitter that it will be adopting a mobile phone-based system of two-factor authentication feels like a landmark of sorts. This is not because it is a ground-breaking use of technology: Gmail, Facebook, Outlook and Hotmail are all employing similar systems and have done so for some time, while online banking has used […]

Sir Alex Ferguson’s legacy for CIOs

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Posted on 14th May 2013 by in Enterprise

Following the news last week that one of the longest-serving managers of a highly successful soccer club in the UK, well-known around the world, is set to retire at the end of the English Premier League season, tributes and tears are pouring forth. That’s right; Sir Alex Ferguson is stepping down from managing Manchester United […]

Could your password crash the market?

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Posted on 25th Apr 2013 by in Enterprise

As recently reported, a hacked tweet from The Associated Press sparked mass market hysteria as it incorrectly reported that President Barack Obama had been injured in an explosion. This led to a brief sell-off in US markets and a blip in share prices. Social media is fast gaining traction in the business world, with investor […]

The importance of listening – but not too much

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Posted on 30th Nov 2012 by in Corporate

We currently live in a world that never switches off. Conversations are happening in person, over communications networks and online at all times. We have multiple distractions: distractions such as cell phones, computers, iPods and 24/7 television. We are constantly talking. Even when listening we are continually chattering in our brain, formulating an answer, or […]