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April 29, 2013  4:48 PM

IBM revs up automotive vehicle system M2M

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
IBM, Internet of Things, M2M

The car is dead -- the automotive vehicle system has arrived. Well, our traditional view of the car is dead if we accept that the Internet of Things has made its way into the new breed of cloud-connected cars. Cloud-connected cars, really? Well, if you believe the messages coming out of...

March 11, 2013  7:21 AM

It’s a small (M2M) world after all

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cisco, embedded, Ericcson, Internet of Things, SAP

As we now develop a wide array of M2M implementations that help us build the so-called Internet of Things, the truth is that The Internet of Things is now the Internet of M2M Things. NOTE: M2M technology supports wired or wireless communication between machines. M2M is used in...


February 21, 2013  6:25 AM

The $64,000 BYOD security question

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
BYOD, F5, Security

Should we tackle Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) challenges at the front end with users themselves, or at the application and service level closer to the network layer infrastructure that our end points connect to? This is, arguably, the $64,000 BYOD question. The answer (as it always is with things...


September 14, 2012  2:12 AM

Intel: 15 billion online toasters by 2015

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Connectivity, Intel, Internet of Things, Interoperability

Despite a lowering of its financial forecast for the rest of 2012, Intel continues its mission to be seen as 'more than just a chipmaker' this month with events staged around the firm's IDF Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. New initiative launches include the firm's Intelligent Systems...


August 9, 2012  2:43 AM

Do developers need to program for WiFi or 3G?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
3G, Connectivity, Mobile, Wifi

Connectivity is everywhere today. From coffee shops to London tube stations and pubs, it's not hard to get close to some free WiFi if you really try hard. I was on holiday in Sardinia last month and even little old Alghero airport had WiFi pumping out. So my question is this... do developers need...


December 15, 2011  6:38 AM

IBM’s “new” Internet: full of toasters, earrings & electronic T-shirts

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Communication, Data, devices, IBM, Internet, Internet of Things

Embedded software application development could be a significantly increasing trend for 2012 and onward if IBM's latest thinking is borne out in tangible product development. This is the upshot of IBM's latest moves to produce what could effectively be a whole new Internet - or the "Internet of...


December 6, 2011  5:13 AM

Handling “complex” web sites, it’s complicated

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
cloud, Data, Developers, Load balancing, Network, Web applications

While a good chunk of application development is aligning towards mobile apps that are in many cases initially scaled back (as updates follow) and/or even disposable -- somewhere, in the cloud data centre and on the web, things are getting more complex. But what makes a complex web site...


July 25, 2011  2:06 PM

The ‘dynamic’ data centre is also the ‘democratic’ data centre

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
data-centre, F5

Application Delivery Networking company F5 Networks this week takes the wraps off of its BIG-IP version 11 software. This release is part of what F5 envisions as a dynamic data centre where services are provisioned on an application-by-application basis for better visibility and reporting of IT...


July 7, 2011  11:06 AM

Gordon Ramsay, snapLogic data connection automation & an amuse bouche

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cloud Computing, Connectivity, Data Management

I spent yesterday lunchtime at a cloud computing discussion lunch at Gordon Ramsay's Claridge's with a company called snapLogic.

Before you...


June 16, 2011  8:05 AM

Virtualisation: A Manager’s Guide

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Books, IT managers, Networking, Virtualisation

There are a lot of technical books published every year. I was even approached to write one once, but it was not to be. The pay is comparatively low, so does that mean that software programming guides from the likes of O'Reilly Media, APRESS and Wiley are always written by purists who really know...


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