RSS - Internet and Communications articles
  • Simon Ratcliffe of Business Systems Group looks at the benefits of converged messaging.
  • In the next decade the core of the internet will become much simpler, with optical technology dominating the switching and routing, that was the view of Nick McKeown at this year's LoveLace Lecture.
  • Copying from the internet is a contentious issue, which is leading to an increasing number of intellectual property court cases, according to Jonathan Cornthwaite of Wedlake Bell Solicitors.
  • It's often difficult to view web pages on mobile devices but future improvements could turn this around, as long as designers and manufacturers focus on the end user, according to views expressed at WWW2006.
  • The future of Wi-Fi is a free one, thanks to recent trends in the wireless Internet market.
  • The prevalence of high speed broadband across the country - and indeed, the world - has enabled a substantial shift change in the way in which telecoms services can be delivered. But what is VoIP, and where is it headed?
  • In the build up to the major www2006 conference, BCS managing editor Brian Runciman interviewed the inventor of the Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
  • Only 30 per cent of companies can recover an email that is more than a month old. A surprising statistic, you might think, but many might be quite surprised it isn't a lot worse.
  • 'Wiki' is currently one of the most popular new buzz terms in business discussions. Unfortunately it is also one of the most incomprehensible for many people.
  • Top 10 tips for IT directors considering a switchover to voice over internet protocol (VoIP), by Carl Windsor, chief technology consultant at TeleCity.