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  • The Outlook for SMS marketing could be a Wiz, says prince of Dynmark

    Oscar Jenkins, chief executive at Dynmark, says the mobile operators could make a lot more cash out of SMS if they had a half decent message manager. How complacent are the buffoons of the mobile phone industry? They unwittingly created a brilliant ... 

  • Avaya to go public? This is no rumour

    The Wall Street Journal is this afternoon reporting that Avaya is to go public in a $1bn IPO as soon as next week. The vendor was delisted in 2007when it was acquired by venture capitalists TPG Capital and Silver Lake Partners, and it is thought that... 

  • Imagine if Wi-Fi was the norm and cable was the new invention

    Recent Ofcom research suggests that mobile broadband is not a viable replacement to fixed line broadband, reports Nick Booth. If you were alien to the IT industry, you might wonder why Wi-Fi gets so much publicity, when it's clearly outperformed by c... 

  • Every Dog has his day as Vincent's Apprentice run is cut short

    So it's farewell then, Vincent Disneur, given the heave-ho by Lord Alan Sugar on the Apprentice on Wednesday after a fatal boardroom misjudgement and a double firing. Despite being on the losing team five times out of five, the suave Belgian, who now... 

  • Cisco sued over Chinese Falun Gong crackdown

    In a move that could have serious consequences for network suppliers, Cisco is being sued bythe Human Rights Law Foundationon behalf of Falun Gong, a Chinese spiritual movement banned by Beijing. The lawsuit alleges that senior Cisco executives, incl... 

  • Volcanic panic strikes again!

    Plus ca change, eh?Save a few airports in Scotland, British airspace remains open following the eruption of another Icelandic volcano, but that hasn't stopped HP from finding an opportunity to big up remote working and video conferencing. Turns out t... 

  • Super-injunction farce could raise questions for networkers

    The sheerfarce surrounding the breaching of so-called super-injunctions on Twitter has reached new heights in the past week. Yesterday, Lib Dem MP John Hemming took the stepof namingRyan Giggsas thefootballer behindone of thesuper-injunctions, and th... 

  • Five minute interview: Lorna Riddle, Digium

    This week, MicroScope puts its questions to Lorna Riddle, European sales manager at Digium What is the best/worst advice you have received and from whom?The best advice given to me by my Mother has to be to always wear sunscreen. The worst has to be ... 

  • Nortel wins promotion to Premier League

    As the venerable comms and networking giant that was Nortel fades into memory, it's heartening to know that its name liveson ...after a fashion... So congratulations then, to Nortel FC of Monkstown, Northern Ireland, which grabbed the Northern Amateu... 

  • Tru promises to end scam of ripping off mobile phone customers when they're abroad

    Tru has launched a new range of contract plans which, it claims, will give mobile users an alternative to the extortionate roaming charges. Any customer of a UK mobile operator who uses their mobile for voice and data abroad is currently clobbere...