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  • Avaya demonstrates a little Flare

    Avaya doesn't want you calling this a tablet, in fact, the official release yesterday made no mention of the word and at first it was hard to tell if they were talking about what everyone suspected they were talking about. 

  • Focus on project management to beat network neglect

    In the first of an occasional series of guest blogs on Network Noise, Bob Dalton, managing director of Intact Integrated Services, responds to a recent MicroScope report on network management and the problems that neglecting this vital piece of the p... 

  • The Virgin Media saga, the phantom firewall

    Good news to report on the broadband front this morning. We are now up and running after an exhaustive trawl of the Virgin Media customer service forums and a couple of tweets back and forth traced the source of the issue. 

  • Where in the world is Erbistock?

    My knowledge of the geography of North Wales is sketchy, but it looks like BT's engineers might need a map, too. 

  • The Virgin Media saga, the router strikes back!

    I'm pleased to report that Virgin Media's claims on speed are by and large pretty damn accurate, but I am by no means a happy camper. 

  • Fears over lack of investment may be unfounded

    We're seeing a lot of research popping up at the minute into the problem of legacy networks and how failure to adapt to changing infrastructure needs is damaging innovation and investment in other parts of the IT sale. 

  • The man from Mitel says goodbye

    Don Smith today announced his intention to step down from Mitel and retire, having overseen the firm's transition from a legacy digital PBX vendor to a bright prospect in the world of UC, mobility and networking software. 

  • You can't read their poker face...

    Internet services outfit Griffin Internet is gearing up for its annual channel partner day and poker tournament, which this year will be held at Sandown Park in Surrey in early October. Attending partners will get a sneak peek at the firm's product s... 

  • It's time to stand up for honesty in broadband sales

    We have a right to demand and expect truthful advertising of broadband services. It's time to stand up for that right. 

  • Guess who's fiddling the broadband statistics

    BT has today reported that fifteen million homes and SMEs are accessing broadband over its network, saying that from a base of 200,000 connections in 2002, it has now added an impressive 14.8 million connections in eight years, or 5,000 new connectio...