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  • Smack my bus up; Daisy brings home musical souvenir

    Acquisitive Lancashire-based comms firm Daisy has made another addition to its growing portfolio in the form of a 59-year old Routemaster London bus. The classic Routemaster bus formerly belonged to Prodigy frontman Liam Howlett, and was bought for h... 

  • UK business missing out on social media opportunities

    Reluctance among British businesses to follow the lead of the US is leading companies to miss out on social media-enabled interaction with customers and employees, according to a comparative global study on Web 2.0 media carried out by Siemens Enterp... 

  • I'll call you back, I'm in Mongolia

    I've always thought the term mobile workerto besomething of a misnomer. Most of them, it seems to me, are actually sitting at a desk in a spare upstairs bedroom, or on a nice day, in the garden. Eventhe most dedicatedroad warriors never really log on... 

  • Farewell, Mr Combs

    ShoreTel CEO John Combs announced this morning that he is to step down from his role after 6 years in the hotseat. John joined ShoreTel in 2004, after a long career in networks and communications that began at Ma Bell in the US, and took him variousl... 

  • A final blast of the vuvuzela

    As the World Cup and its bitter memories begin to fade, a bruisednation starts the healing process, and the opportunities for a swift football-related article diminish, research from Internet experts at Ipswitch has shown just how close Britain's Int... 

  • The idea of a networked nation is not original

    The idea of getting everyone of working age online is an admirable one and perhaps also a concept that has been talked about before? I pose that question only because it feels as if the move to get more people online has been going almost as long as... 

  • Congratulations to the wireless whisky winners!

    At the end of May, the wireless market marked 25 years since the FCC first opened up the radio spectrum to allow unlicensed access for communications, paving the way for wireless technology to become the ubiquitous business and consumer enabler that ... 

  • Beam me up, Chambers

    So we're now a scant five yearsbehind the events portrayed in Back to the Future II, and neither the flying car nor the hoverboardare yet ubiquitous technology. Yet according to research conducted by Cisco, the British public is one step ahead of the... 

  • Cheerio for now!

    I'm bowing out for a few weeks of(very well-deserved) holiday so this will likely be the last post on Network Noise until early July. I know we've not been at this'ereblogginglark for very long, but already it looks we're getting some repeatcustomers... 

  • Orange scores own goal with iPhone 4 plans

    Following the news last week that O2 is to can unlimited mobile data plans on the iPhone, Orange has revealed its pricing plans for the iPhone 4, reducing its fair use datalimit to 750MB across its business and consumer price plans, with only the mos...