Packaging Machinery Trends: Communications and Mobile
As a non-exhibiting automation supplier at PackExpo, Opto 22’s Benson Hougland came to observe, learn, and see where today’s technology trends...
100 terrorists, 43 security personnel killed in Jammu and Kashmir in 6 months
India News: Hansraj Ahir, the minister of state for home, said 16 civilians were also killed during this period, which saw 256 incidents of violence. In 2017, 342
How Mobile Unified Communications Transform Clinical Workflows
Kashmir Travel Guide
Kashmir is often described as 'Paradise on Earth.' With a history dating back more than 2000 years, and tourism as a chief component of its economy, Kashmir is one of India’s most popular destinations for both international and domestic tourists. With snow-capped mountains, deep green valleys, lakes, blooming gardens and hospitable people—it’s easy to see why.
VoIP Communications: The Way of the Future for Business Communications
Many small and medium sized businesses are making the switch to VoIP communications. VoIP, which stands for voice over internet protocol, is a methodology and group of technologies for the delivery of voice communications and multimedia sessions over Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet. Other terms
10 Reactivation Email Campaigns that Win Back Customers
Reactivation email campaigns are essential to win back customers. Check out these ten great win-back emails to inspire your own reactivation emails.
Openwave: More encrypted traffic on the way to snarl operator networks
According to software developer Openwave Mobility, encrypted data now makes up 60 percent of mobile network traffic and, if trends continue, will make up 80 percent of that traffic in some regions within the next year. The company said this is posing a real problem for network optimization, as carriers are unable to pinpoint users' needs thanks to encryption.
Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS
DNS over HTTPS will make it harder for ISPs to monitor or modify DNS queries.
Communications Tower Safety 101
Due to their height and complexity, communications towers pose unique risks to workers. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 11 workers lost their lives while working on cell towers in 2011. OSHA hopes to turn these numbers around by raising awareness to the dangers of communications towers and how to prevent injuries and fatalities.It's important to note that communications towers are relatively new…
Church's top communications exec to retire next year
The Rev. Larry Hollon helped lead The United Methodist Church into digital communications on a variety of fronts.
American media should stop soft-pedalling and call a terrorist a terrorist
Why is it so difficult for US media to use the word “terrorism” in the context of South Asia? Escalating tensions between India and Pakistan over the past three weeks have produced greater international coverage...
Top Pakistani militant named as terrorist
The leader of the Jaish-e-Mohammed had ordered a suicide bombing that killed 40 Indian troops in February
Business Communications Myths That Can Shrink Your Margins
Myths are sticky. For example, many people still believe that blood is blue until it’s oxygenated, o
Why Burlington Coat Factory is 'letting the terrorists win'
After Burlington Coat Factory decided to remove all Trump branded goods, Judi Franco urges the store to ignore the boycotters because they eventually go away.
Why snow has brought despair to Kashmir's farmers
The apple farming industry which employs nearly half the state's population has been badly affected.
After Kashmir attack, what are Modi's options?
India's government is under pressure to respond to the attack on its forces in Kashmir.
Viewpoint: Why the Kashmir government fall is a tragedy
The coalition government's roadmap was the only feasible path to a better future, writes Sumantra Bose.
Why you should care about violence in Kashmir
There's trouble on the streets of the region that is claimed by both India and Pakistan.
How Kashmir went from reel to real
Sunday Times News: Far away from Bollywood stereotypes, independent films tell stories of love and resilience in the Valley, minus pretty landscapes and gun-toting milit.
India must review casualties sustained by forces in Kashmir
Yet another army major died while another officer of the same rank and two soldiers were injured in an encounter in south Kashmir on Monday. Data shows that the number of Indian security forces who...