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Ovum predicts enterprise mobility to be top of the CIO agenda in 2015

Enterprise mobility will continue to be one of the hottest topics in IT, and high on the list of priorities for all CIOs, according to Ovum’s 2015 Trends to Watch: Enterprise Mobility report

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Analyst view: The FCC moves a step closer to regulating the Internet, but the road ahead is long and winding

On 15 May 2014, with a vote of 3-2, the FCC adopted proposed rules for the Open Internet. The public now has until 15 July 2014 to give feedback on the rules, (there will be a further 60 days for responses – making 120 days in total), after which it must adopt something permanent
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Analyst view: Facebook renews its push into mobile payments

According to the Financial Times, Facebook is just ‘weeks away’ from getting an e-money license in Ireland that would allow its users to hold and exchange money on the social networking site
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Ovum declares 2014 a time for proactive protection to address cyber security time bomb

Keeping business systems safe and protecting the data that they hold has never been more difficult to achieve, according to global analyst firm Ovum. It is a commitment that continues to be threatened by security attacks ranging from opportunistic hackers using pre-built tools through to targeted, well-resourced, state-sponsored cyber activity

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Apple beats financial analysts’ estimates, but is this a good thing in the long term?

Here is the opinion of Jan Dawson, chief telecoms analyst at Ovum


CIO's Perspective: Managing 'change' within the enterprise

Networks are becoming ever more complex to manage with the growing need to monitor and optimise the performance of an ever increasing array of individual business critical applications in addition to broader network requirements such as maximising throughput

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