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A Year of Living Open-ly

Blog  I first got (truly) exposed to open source software in early 2000. I was working at Cisco, and we were internally developing a SIP Proxy Server, which would go on to become Cisco CSPS (now EoS/EoL). The project started because one of our VP's decided that they wanted to commoditize the call-control ...

Last updated: Jun 25, 2015   9:43 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      Cisco, Docker, Open source
IoT's IT wrinkle: Patching for decades to come

Blog  Often attached to a physical system, IoT devices are positioned to become part of the long-term infrastructure of the world. In the home, beyond DVRs and network-attached cameras, this includes gas and water meters. In industry this includes manufacturing control systems. And in a city this might in...

Last updated: Jun 19, 2017   7:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, iot security
CouchDB - NOSQL - for Document based applications

Blog  CouchDB - NOSQL - for Document based applications CouchDB - as the name suggests- has relax as the byline to CouchDB's official logo, and when you start CouchDB it says: "Apache CouchDB has started. Time to relax"! CouchDB creators found existing database tools too cumbersome to work with during de...

Last updated: Sep 8, 2010   8:40 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends
Why Do It? Exchange 2007 That Is

Blog   I have ONLY just started evaluating Exchange 2007. Ok some may say Im a bit behind but Im a great believer in if itisn't broke why fix it so thats my excuse, well one of them anyway. Its like vistawhat am I really going to get out of a companywide rollout? With the total effort inv...

Last updated: Apr 21, 2008   6:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: Exchange Me!
How diversity in the workforce leads to better IoT solutions

Blog  The Internet of Things has a great deal of allure for consumers and businesses alike. It holds the promise of easing the tedium of mundane tasks, creating greater connection, and bringing new concepts to life. Men and women alike find value in these advances. Yet, as in most areas of technology, IoT...

Last updated: Oct 1, 2018   11:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Coffee Talk: Java, News, Stories and Opinions
Four keys to failure: How IoT projects crash and burn

Blog  These days, the only debate on the value of the internet of things is just how big the market will be, with the latest round of estimates putting the potential figure as high as half a trillion dollars by 2022. With that much up for grabs, it's no surprise that businesses are fighting tooth and nail...

Last updated: Nov 7, 2017   8:38 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware
Citrix and Xen - the Fruity Flavored Path to Nirvana

Blog  XenSource is now going to be a part of Citrix, an interesting move that answers a question that a lot of Citrix aficionados, myself included, were wondering - "What is Citrix doing to remain relevant in the face of Virtual Desktops?". Virtual Desktops are what this is really all about. Citrix is not...

Last updated: Aug 21, 2007   1:56 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
IBM showing off SOA’s impact

Blog  Things Kate Pierson surely never thought she'd say during a concert when the B-52s were taking off 30 years ago: "Happy birthday WebSphere!" Now, THAT is what I call a mashup. Artists who debut high on the Billboard charts plugging your products is also what happens when a company pulls off a big ...

Last updated: Apr 10, 2008   9:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Microservices Matters
IoT design, security and PKI

Blog  In a 2015 blog post Securing the Internet of Things - time for another look at PKI? Quocirca outlined why Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is likely to see a new lease of life from the increasing deployment of applications that fit the general heading Internet of Things (IoT). As the first bl...

Last updated: Jun 29, 2016   1:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights
Why enterprise IoT -- not consumer -- is the next big thing

Blog  We hear so much about the potential of the internet of things every day in the news. For the most part, examples and discussion is focused on consumer trends and products for IoT, but in the real world, enterprise and industrial IoT will be where the cool stuff happens ... here's why. Our fascinati...

Last updated: Sep 27, 2016   7:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot
Red Hat’s big day

Blog  Yesterday, Red Hat offered a smrgsbord to the press and the analyst community.Their main announcement:Red Hat is the greatest Linux and open source vendor on the face of the planet. Actually, there were several announcements in yesterday's conference call and webcast: within the typical sal...

Last updated: Nov 8, 2007   3:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
Avoiding the hidden cost in IoT devices is critical to business success

Blog  In today's IoT world, two things are abundantly clear. First, with the number of IoT devices expected to grow dramatically in the coming years -- up to 31 billion in 2018 alone -- the potential business opportunity is extraordinary. Second, only the fittest of businesses will survive. Want proof? C...

Last updated: Jun 21, 2018   7:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      cost accounting, Cost analysis, Failure
Video conferencing - now is the time?

Blog   The technology for having long distance conversations augmented by live video of the participants is not new, and networks have had sufficient and relatively low cost capacity to carry these sorts of conversations for a long time, yet somehow adoption has not met expectations. From customers and c...

Last updated: Feb 11, 2014   8:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      Business, conferencing, InterCall
The true cost of wireless power

Blog  Before looking at the cost of anything, it's always a good idea to know exactly what you're buying -- especially when it comes to wireless power, because the term currently has several connotations and variations. The definition is evolving. Real wireless power is power delivered over air, without ...

Last updated: Jan 15, 2019   8:07 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      cost, IOT Network, IoT wireless
IoT security: It's all about identity

Blog  As industry experts project a continued explosion in the number of IoT devices connected globally, security remains a hot topic -- at least partly because of the significant challenges it brings. Despite IoT being a relatively new industry, there have already been many high-profile security breaches...

Last updated: Jun 20, 2019   7:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      identity, Identity management, Internet of Things
Four trends proving device as a service is not a passing fad

Blog  The "Uberization" effect is driving a seismic shift in the role services play in our increasingly on-demand economy. Enabled by technology, new service models allow customers to get exactly what they want when, where and how they want it. In notable ways, the service economy has already impacted sev...

Last updated: Dec 13, 2018   3:31 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      business models, DaaS, device as a service
Mid-Sized Companies Often require Enterprise-Sized Management

Blog  Wow, almost a million bucks a year that is the average cost of downtime per year for mid-sized companies, with 3.5 downtime events per year and 3.4 hours per downtime incident. According to Aberdeen Research, mid-sized companies range in size from revenues of $50M to $1B. The most interesting fi...

Last updated: Dec 17, 2012   2:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Vendor Tech Talk   |      Server Management
Trend Micro's Android infection realities... and other stories

Blog  The Computer Weekly Developer Network blog ran a piece recently entitled "What can software application developers expect from InfoSec?" -- which, if anything was an open invitation for additional commentary on this subject. There was (arguably) a fair slice of vendor stuff and nonsense flying arou...

Last updated: May 13, 2012   3:43 PM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
Why AWS Makes the New Rules in IT

Blog  Nothing gets the IT industry more riled up than a perspective that puts Amazon AWS at the forefront of anything. Even though most people will admit that Cloud Computing is a legitimate trend in our industry, there is a strange binary reaction to any implications ofchanges in the status quo. What d...

Last updated: Feb 21, 2016   2:10 AM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      AWS, Azure, EMC
Should Cloud Management be delivered as a SaaS application?

Blog  At times I'm a little bit disjointed in how I collect and process information. A nugget here, a news story there, and then a comment to tie together a few fleeting thoughts. A few weeks ago, Dell acquired Enstratius. They make excellent software for managing and governing multiple cloud environment...

Last updated: Jun 14, 2013   2:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
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