As readers of this blog will know, NEXOR have recently moved offices. Part of the culture of the new building is a less clutter. The journey involved opening many cupboards and draws that had not seen the light of day for a long time… until now…
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It’s an exciting time at Nexor, as we have just moved to our new offices:
8, The Triangle
ng2 Business Park
We’ve finally moved out of the shadow of Nottingham University. We started on the University Campus…
During the late 1980’s and early 1990’s I spent a great deal of my time, and European Research funding, working on the Paradise project. Was it worth the effort?
Nexor have just launched a major web site upgrade, representing the continuing evolution of the business. At such an interesting time, I thought it would be fun to look back at previous incarnations of www.nexor.com
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In 1999, In Britain, Margaret Beckett, then leader of the Commons, hosted a closed conference for industrialists and intelligence officials to warn about the growing risk of electronic attack on Britain’s Critical National Infrastructure.
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Back in 1993 I co-authored (with Paul Barker) two papers on challenges with the networking technology of the day:
- You cannot promote OSI applications over OSI Networks.
- Running OSI applications over a CLNS network.
(these links take a long time to download).
The papers both look at some of the trials and tribulations we had getting basic network connectivity back to the office. Today, we take this connectivity for granted.
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