We are all seeing changes in our climate, but have you thought about the impact it could have on your IT system? There is seldom a winter month that passes […]
Power over Ethernet or PoE, is a network feature that allows electrical power to travel through an existing data connection with an Ethernet cable, delivering DC power to Powered and […]
What does F/UTP or U/FTP mean? The letters are often banded about in the world of structured copper cabling, but what’s the difference? F/UTP, stands for foiled, unshielded twisted […]
With the Internet of Things and the ever-increasing demand for bandwidth, a reliable and well-designed Structured Cabling System plays a key role in minimizing data bottlenecks. This will involve the […]
The data market doesn’t sit still for long. Even with the release of the 40Gig and 100Gig Ethernet standards, we’ve seen growing demand for speeds beyond these new standards. The […]
Increased demand driven by long-term trends of IoT, WLAN, BYOD, connected LED lighting and office densification means that for the enterprise IT infrastructure project owner, the game just got a whole load more complicated. What was once an occasional requirement to create or upgrade existing IT infrastructure is now becoming a more regular occurrence, with significant implications if what’s delivered doesn’t match what was planned.
Can you remember the last time you got a really decent night’s sleep? It might seem like an odd question to ask in a tech blog but the reality for many of us is that sleep is frequently interrupted or hard to achieve in the first place if you’re worrying about work - and for most of us, it’s a lack of control that’s at the heart of the problem.
What is the Internet of Things? McKinsey & Company* describes it as “Sensors and actuators connected by networks to computing systems.” Put another way, it could be described as a system of network-connected devices that you wouldn’t readily associate with this type of capability.
Once in a while I’m asked to provide support during sales meetings (“Goose to my Maverick”, as my Sales Director recently put it). I’m pretty sure I get asked to help out because I often write about the business, therefore the expectation is that I should be able to tell our story face to face with prospects.