Networking 2012 Articles

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Samsung CLX-4195fw Review: An \’Easy\’ Color MFP

The Samsung CLX-4195fw is part of the company\’s new line of A3 and A4 printers and is aimed at small and medium sized businesses. Measuring in at 17 x 17[...]

The Always On Employee: What Does MDM Mean for Me?

Are you a bring your own device (BYOD) rebel rouser? A freewheeling employee using whatever mobile device suites your computing style whenever? If so, it\’s important to know about mobile[...]

The Great Reinventors: Best & Worst Tech Company Rebranding Efforts

A brand defined as a complex set of inter-related components that overall set an expectation for a customer experience. A brand involves the name the logo, the colors, the tone,[...]

OmniJoin Review: Videoconference with Co-Workers from Anywhere

OmniJoin, a cloud service by Brother, offers small and medium sized businesses easy to use video conferencing at an affordable price. It features high performance video and great usability. The[...]

Skype 3.0 for Android Review

Skype, the audio and video chat application that allows users to connect with each other over the Internet for free, has finally released an update specifically optimized for Android tablets,[...]

Netgear R6300 Review: The World\’s Fastest Router?

Still being developed at the time of the review, the new IEEE 802.11ac standard is the future of wireless networking technology and is making waves in the world of wireless[...]

Wave Connections Review: Push to Talk Reborn

As Sprint continues to move away from its Nextel service and ultimately eliminates the system’s push-to-talk technology, a new app has begun to fill the void left by the riddance[...]

What Does 802.11ac Mean For Business?

802.11ac is the latest Wi-Fi standard, which promises blazingly fast Wi-Fi speeds. TechnologyGuide looks to separate its promise from reality, and figure out what it means for businesses.

Brother MFC-J4510dw Review: Smart AIO for SMB

The Brother MFC-J4510dw is the first printer from the company\’s new Business Smart Series and is geared toward small businesses, workgroups and home offices. The printer, which is priced at[...]

Aruba Instant WLAN Review

The Aruba Instant WLAN is a good product for anyone looking for a business class Wi-Fi system for a smaller business with a quick and easy set up process. The[...]

SanDisk to Invest $75 Million in Flash Memory Startups

SanDisk today launched a venture capital fund that will see the data storage company make investments in startup companies focused on \”innovative solutions\” in flash memory. Dubbed SanDisk Ventures, the[...]

The Technologies of Tomorrow: EmTech 2012 at MIT

We\’ve seen the future… or at least what the engineers and innovators at the companies that will be driving it in areas such as energy, communications, entertainment, and data think[...]

Google Cuts Free Version of Google Apps for Businesses

Google has announced that it will be discontinuing the free version of its Google Apps for Business, effective immediately. Previously, small businesses with up to 10 accounts — and before[...]

BYOD? Try BYOA, New Study Suggests

The \”bring your own device\” movement — or \”BYOD\” for short — has been discussed ad nauseum in IT circles over the past few years, and with good reason: more[...]

Join.Me Review: Free & Easy Screen Sharing from PCs to iPads

For offices that have employees on Macs, PC, and even tablets, it can be difficult to set up a meeting with screen-sharing capabilities across multiple platforms. Using Join.Me, this common[...]

Google Integrates Drive into Gmail

Google has integrated its Google Drive cloud storage service into Gmail, allowing users to now attach files up to 10GB in size in their messages. Previously, Gmail\’s attachment limit was[...]

Cubby Pricing Plans Revealed, Offers 100 GB for $7

LogMeIn has unveiled the official price points for Cubby, its cloud storage service that is competing with the likes of Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, and Box, among others. $6.99 per[...]

Evernote for iOS Review

The ultra-organized and non-organizing enthusiasts alike will both find something to enjoy in Evernote for iOS. Unfortunately, those with outdated handsets, like the iPhone 3GS, will find that the app[...]

IT Execs Cautious About the Cloud, But Compelled By Cost-Saving Benefits

In this presidential election year, consumers and business people alike may claim that the candidates and their respective followers may have their head in the clouds when it comes to[...]

Smartphones Now Used More Than Laptops to Access Wi-Fi Hotspots, Study Finds

For the first time, smartphones are reportedly the most used device to access a wireless hotspot, according to a report released by the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA). Results showed that[...]