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TCP Packets

TCP Packets: TCP Packets is one of the core protocols of the Internet Protocol Suite. It provides reliable, ordered delivery of a stream of bytes from a program on one computer to another program on another computer. (source: wikipedia)

Does lack of Net neutrality destroy the benefits of network monitoring?

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What is Net Neutrality? In simple terms it is the principle that all Internet users are equal and there are no restrictions imposed by Internet service providers on user's content, on the publisher or the content, on the usage of the content or performance of the flow of content. I have often used the similarities of road traffic to ...   read more

Popular Myths about Internet Speed

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Every time an advertisement for an Internet Service provider appears in the media, the focus is to aggressively extol the virtues of ‘so many' megabits per second. These advertisements are designed to increase sales, playing to the Internet users obsession with ‘speed'. The end result is that almost all users are brainwashed into thinking that faster speeds make applications perform faster and that their Internet experience will dramatically improve. Sadly nothing can be further from the tr ...   read more

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Foldable iPhones for Apple Next?

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Forrester Research’s CEO and chairman of the board has speculated in his blog that the next iPhone from Apple could be a foldable device. George Colony says that Apple are bound to be racing to make something special when it comes to the iPhone 6, which isn’t due out for another 15 months, if they want to catch up with smartphone leaders Samsung. "After the conservative iPhone 5 and the relentless and surprising onslaught of Samsung, it's clear that Apple's next move i ...   read more

Sharepoint 2013 Preview Available for Download

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The public beta of  is now available for download and includes a variety of new features, including ones that more fully integrate social into the software and better collaboration tools. SharePoint has extended its own user profiles in order to ensure that you can track what colleagues have been working on and documents, as well as discussions, which can be shared and tracked more easily. There are also plans to integrate LinkedIn and Facebook so that users of the social ...   read more

Tablet Wars Hot Up

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Following the announcement from Microsoft last week that it is to bring out its own tablet computer ‘Surface’, Google has really ensured that the tablet wars are about to hot up with the introduction of its new ‘Nexus’ tablet, announced at the I/O developer conference yesterday in San Francisco. The Nexus 7 is Google’s first entry into what is becoming an ultra-competitive tablet market (or soon will be), although there are a number of Android-based tablets available which have ...   read more