What is smart card reader

Smart card reader

Smart card reader is an electronic drive for reading and writing smart cards such as IC card, RFID card, etc. There are two types: contact smart card and contactless smart card. Know more what is a smart card reader below. contactless smart card reader is the dedicated reader for the easy-to-use M1 card, it can read and write Mifare S50, S70 card with using the D8 core technology, connect with a PC and related equipment via RS232 serial or USB port, (USB hassel technology adoption). With more simple, stable and…

Read More

Technology Only a Tool in Search for Solutions to Poverty

Technology can serve as a tool to bridge the digital divide, but it is unlikely to be a complete solution in helping people find jobs and escape poverty, according to a Penn State researcher.
“People really want to believe that the latest technology will help us do all these great things and liberate us,” said Michelle Rodino-Colocino, assistant professor of communications and women’s studies. “But it’s also a way of putting off the big problems and saying, ‘let’s not touch these big problems because Internet access will turn it all around for us.’ “

Read More

Setting up Telecommuting

In the recent years, there has been an increasing pressure on companies to cut down costs and enhance productivity. Business organizations want to implement more flexible strategies in their working environment and this has made telecommuting significant. Frank Johnson explains the benefits of telecommuting and guides you to successfully use the same in your organization.

Read More

Securing Your Wireless Router and Bluetooth

Wi-fi, wireless networks and Bluetooth technologies are used by several organizations today. Computer users interested in convenience and mobility prefer to access the Internet and transfer data between devices wirelessly. However, to prevent unauthorized access by others in such a network, it is important for business organizations to secure their wireless routers and Bluetooth devices. Frank Johnson looks into the ways that can be used by organizations for security of these devices. Wireless Routers:Going wireless generally calls for a broadband Internet connection referred to as the 'access point'. This may…

Read More

Discovering Start-Up winners get to pitch on international stage

17 October 2011: Cambridge Wirelesshas announced that in addition to pitching to 25 leading venture capitalists, angels and industry investors, all entrants to this year’s Discovering Start-Ups competition will get the chance to network with over 300 delegates from over 20 countries at the 2012 Future of Wireless International Conference next June www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/futureofwireless.
Read More

Does Your Business Need Unified Communications?

There is no doubting the fact that software innovation has transformed modern workplaces and empowered workers who deal with information to operate with accelerated speed, effectiveness and intelligence. However, multilevel communication with colleagues and clients still remains a challenge. Frank Johnson peers at the complexities and evaluates how a unified communication system can help to streamline the communication process.

Read More

Unified Communications

Business communications often fail to keep pace with the demand for real-time communications to address several critical business needs. Unified Communications can offer new flexibility and manageability across multimodal applications to deliver better levels of connectivity between distributed workforce. Frank Johnson explains the concept of Unified Communications and the associated benefits. The business leaders today have to respond speedily to changing technological environment, to meet customer demands and improve profitability. Business communication has become complex and despite investments in technology such as instant messaging and mobile devices, organizations may face…

Read More

Penthera Partners address load optimisation on mobile networks

June 21st 2011 – Today, Penthera Partners unveiled a new white paper on Network Load Optimization for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) aimed at helping MNOs manage expected growth rates of 90% per annum for mobile data services. The white paper provides much needed practical guidance and details of new smart network optimization strategies, which can deliver both cost effective capacity growth and traffic personalization while providing superior customer experience.

Read More

Wireless Networks Environmental and Energy Efficiency Innovation event in Reading on June 7

June 3rd 2011–The ICT KTN Wireless Technology and Spectrum Working Group, Mobile VCE and NMI are jointly hosting a workshop to investigate the system and component challenges, addressing “Environmental and Energy Efficiency Innovation in Wireless Networks”. The event will take place on Tuesday 7th June 2011from 10:00 to 16:00 (Registration and refreshments 0900). It will be held at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre (Syndicate Room),Madejski Stadium, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0FL (Directions: www.rbcc.org.uk/location.php). Attendance is FREE and lunch will be provided.

Read More

SAGE awards major technology deal to Publishing Technology

April 19th 2011 – Publishing Technology plc (LSE: PTO), the largest provider of software and services to the publishing industry, today announced an agreement for major implementation project of its journal fulfilment software by leading international publisher SAGE. As one of the most prominent publishers of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets, SAGE will implement Publishing Technology’s proven software across the business to align its journals fulfilment systems globally with the Publishing Technology systems that are already implemented at CQ Press, a Washington-based publisher which was acquired by SAGE in 2008.
Read More