Patrick Nelson

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Patrick Nelson was editor and publisher of the music industry trade publication Producer Report and has written for a number of technology blogs. Nelson wrote the cult-classic novel Sprawlism.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Patrick Nelson and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.


Edge-caching en blockchain-nodes vervangen CDN's

Gedistribueerde netwerken moeten overdrachtssnelheden vergroten.

Bereid je voor op de komst van lokale 5G

Private mobiele netwerken leveren betere security en meer.

IT-afdelingen raken grotendeels overbodig

Hebben BYOD en cloud voor een radicale IT-revolutie gezorgd?

Sneller internet maakt je niet productiever

We overschatten tijdwinst, maar laat dat de providers niet horen.

Auto-deleting messages taking off, says survey

Auto-deleting messages taking off, says survey

Close to half of young people are electing to use messaging apps that auto-delete sent messages, a survey has found.

Banks on unsupported Windows Server 2003 still

Banks on unsupported Windows Server 2003 still

Banks and a major live-chat service are still using the now-unsupported server platform, according to survey findings

Can voice recognition replace passwords? One bank says ‘Yes’

Can voice recognition replace passwords? One bank says ‘Yes’

A bank in Holland is embracing voice biometrics, and even using it for funds transfers. The developer says it has a couple of solutions in this arena.

Smartphone add-on monitors electrical circuit overloads

Smartphone add-on monitors electrical circuit overloads

An accessory for your smartphone can let you see overloaded circuits before they cause trouble.

Push notifications as distracting as responding, says study

Push notifications as distracting as responding, says study

Just receiving notifications on your mobile phone can impair your ability to focus on a given task, a new study finds.

IT feels unloved, says survey

IT feels unloved, says survey

Workplace discontent is hugely prevalent in IT according to a recent survey.

Wearables about to kick in for business

Wearables about to kick in for business

Smartwatches and smart glasses for workers proffer benefits, like virtual help. But will the worker go along with the perceived associated tracking?

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