Blog posts

Jan 21, 2013 10:53 GMT Titania Security There are several different methods of extracting the configuration from from your Juniper NetScreen device and this guide outlines three different methods.

Jan 14, 2013 17:35 GMT Titania Security Viewstate is an ASP.NET viewstate decoder, checker, parser and encoder. It supports both the old and new styles of viewstate.

Relacom's Blog Becomes External

Jan 11, 2013 07:30 GMT Relacom After 31 posts and 5 600 readers, Relacom's CEO-blog becomes external.

Dec 31, 2012 10:37 GMT Titania Security This configuration guide specifically focuses on Check Point firewall devices and those devices that run Check Point software such as Nokia IP and Crossbeam devices (collectively known as Check Point from this point on).

Dec 21, 2012 16:43 GMT Titania Security There are multiple different methods of extracting the configuration from from your Fortinet Fortigate devices, this guide outlines two of those methods.

MPtouch and mediaPacker team up at Soccerex to play football in Rio

Dec 03, 2012 15:43 GMT imagineear ltd James Dyer, Rio de Janeiro. Taking the message to the new world, braving the beaches and storming the stadia. Well this was the idea behind attending the show at Soccerex in Brazil.

MPtouch pays a visit to Mutec in Leipzig

Nov 29, 2012 13:14 GMT imagineear ltd Andrew Nugée, Leipzig. Home to Europe's largest railway station and host to this year's Mutec museum technology exhibition, Leipzig also offers the prototype MPtouch a chance to get out and about amongst old friends and new acquaintances.

First partners sign up to the imagineear Network

Nov 20, 2012 22:08 GMT imagineear ltd Ziv Kushnir, London. There’s a time to plan, and a time to get on and build. And we are delighted to be transitioning from one to the other, as we start to sign up partners to the imagineear Network.

Magic music medicine at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Nov 20, 2012 21:40 GMT imagineear ltd Andrew Nugée, London. Our first project with the health sector is underway, and what a great way to start! Not many of us look forward to spending time in hospital, but one London hospital is doing its best to mitigate the experience.

Why we build players.  A personal view.

Nov 15, 2012 18:42 GMT imagineear ltd Andrew Nugée, London. For as long as I have been providing handheld media services, people have told me that it is madness to invest in player design and stock. It makes a tonne of sense, this line of argument. And still, over a decade later, we resolutely build players, charging racks, even headsets. So there’s a conundrum. Here’s the conversation I might have with my alter ego.