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  • Azzurri gets Royal seal of approval

    Networking services provider Azzurri will be putting in a call to its stationer after being awarded a Royal Warrant by the Queen for provision of communications services. Cisco and Avaya partner Azzurri - which more usually finds itself wrangling net... 

  • New campaign asks techies to come out the wiring closet

    Techies lose a year of their lives, on average, trying to untangle their networks, according to a study by IT Footprint. The time is wasted on soul destroying brain dead activities such as retracing connections to switches, tracing cables, identi... 

  • Twitter turns off business users! Pope in Catholic shocker!

    UC Expo's new researchshowing that business users are turned offunified comms becausethere are too many social media options out therecomes as little surprise to Network Noise. Social media is aconfusing world for new users, and as technology provide... 

  • Huawei's network 'gift' is a poisoned chalice

    So, China is giving us the 'generous' gift of irritating loudmouths jabbering away on their mobile phones on the tube. That's if comms firm Huawei gets its way. The operation, to bring mobile network coverage to the London Underground, is being bille... 

  • Libya: Internet was "probably switched off by The Great Satan" claims spokesman

    We thought the explanation for Egypt's Internet shutdown was creative. "A cleaner must have switched it off". It's back on again in Egypt now, according to Arbor Networks. But, as rumours emerge that Tripoli will erupt, and report... 

  • Are Bahrain's ISPs masking a new net crackdown?

    Following the deposition of the Egyptian government in a protracted and at times bloody revolution, the Bahraini government may have got itself into hot water as well, with international concern growing as the news filters out. The technical bods at ... 

  • Alec Baldwin flogs Cisco TelePresence

    The news that product placement is to be allowed on commercial TVin the UK reminded Network Noise of a recent episode of US sitcom 30 Rock, starring Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey. In this sceneBaldwin - tongue firmly in cheek - shills for Cisco's "c... 

  • Google chief: Nokia should've gone with us

    As if yesterday's damning analysis by analyst Will Gibbs at IHS iSuppli was not clear enough on the subject,executive chairman and former CEOof Google, Eric Schmidt, has now stuck his oar into the furore surrounding Nokia and Microsoft's decision to ... 

  • ShoreTel's Don Girskis reflects on time at the top

    Last week, Network Noise sat down for coffee and sandwiches with Don Girskis, worldwide sales vice president and erstwhile interimCEO at ShoreTel. Girskis stepped up to the hotseat following the resignation of long-serving John Combs last year, and d... 

  • Microsoft deal will be bad for Nokia, says iSuppli

    In adamning assessment of the Nokia Microsoft smartphone tie-up, IHS iSuppli principal analyst Will Kidd has said that the troubled mobility firm would have made a "better choice" had it instead partnered with Google. In a damning assessmen...