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  • Parts shortages show just how much Cisco dominates

    The parts shortage shows how despite the rhetoric of its competitors, the networking industry is completely dominated by Cisco. 

  • It's a view to remember from the BT Tower

    Architecture education charity Open-City (formerly Open House) has persuaded BT to open up its iconic Tower to the public on the weekend of 18 and 19 September. 

  • BlackBerry ban will make an international fool of Dubai

    The news that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is to ban certain functions on RIM's BlackBerry handset should be of grave concern to the industry. 

  • 2e2 gets the movie-making bug

    Ithought there was little that could top Comstor'sattempt atmovie-making history(and bear in mindI've seen Inception), butmy attention was drawn today to infrastructure integrator 2e2, which has just released its first contribution to the oeuvre of c... 

  • It's a truly networked world for Juniper and Cisco

    An interesting point, and a wry smile,has been raisedover the purchase of mobile security solutions developer SMobile by Juniper Networks yesterday over at Network World's Cisco Subnet blog. SMobile providesOS security formobile systems including App... 

  • Barracuda serves a slice of web-security pizza

    Here at MicroScope we pride ourselves on being utterly uncorruptible and, er, it looks like that longstanding tradition is set to continue. The arrival of a phenomenally sweet pizza - or is it actually agiant cookie - at Channel Towerson Tuesdayafter... 

  • Virgin comes out on top

    There is still a vast discrepancy between the broadband speeds we see advertised on TV and the reality, with Virgin Media really the only provider to come close to offering its advertised speeds. 

  • Now is the time for conference calls

    In a conversation earlier this week with an industry source the conversation turned to using technology for call conferencing and the passion in the room went up a notch. "Why aren't more resellers talking about video and audio conferencing? Th... 

  • Asian phone makers could repeat success of PC firms

    In recent years, previously unknown Far Eastern PC vendors, such as Acer and Lenovo, have carved out a prominent niche in the western hardware market, and are now beginning to challenge leaders such as Hewlett-Packard for regional market dominance. I... 

  • Hollywood beckons for Comstor film-makers

    Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Gus Van Sant, Spike Lee. It's only a matter of time before we can add Clive Hailstone, sales director at Cisco distie Comstor, to the list of illustrious movie directors. In case you haven't worked out from the...