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SuSE Linux at a Glance in View of Rechil Part - 3

Blog  According to my experience, it is not hard to install any kind of hardware on Linux system, provided work with latest kernel version. Yes, if you compile kernel you may not get the vendor's supports from the same distro of the same Linux flavor. It is not necessary to compile kernel every time rathe...

Last updated: Mar 21, 2011   6:30 AM GMT  |  Blog: FOSS and FLOSS
EMC World Day 2 (2010)

Blog  So yesterday was Day 2 of EMC World, and my body is really starting to feel it. All the sessions today were top notch sessions. The first session yesterday was by Bruce Zimmerman. For those of you in the SQL Server community that are reading this Bruce is to the EMC Storage community as Bob War...

Last updated: May 12, 2010   8:16 PM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
What people are getting wrong about IoT: 10 industry experts weigh in

Blog  With Accenture forecasting that the industrial internet of things could add $14.2 trillion to the global economy by 2030, IoT's potential is massive, but many businesses still are wrestling with how it can benefit their organization and how to move forward. Amid all the hype over IoT, it's easy to ...

Last updated: Sep 17, 2018   7:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Business model, Data, Edge computing
Developing a defense-in-depth security practice for IoT

Blog  Do you remember that time when you bought an SUV, renowned for its auto safety, and then decided that there was no need to wear a seatbelt? Or that time you decided not to install a smoke alarm because there was already a fire extinguisher in the house? These dont sound like familiar scenarios b...

Last updated: Oct 28, 2019   7:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      connected devices, cybersecurity, Internet of Things
Troubling times (and dates)

Blog   The is a guest blog written for the Computer Weekly Developer Network by Michael Vessey, senior consultant with software testing provider SQS. Some of the most common defects in software systems are in areas relating to dates and times. Often requirements and specifications can be misinterpreted o...

Last updated: Aug 14, 2011   12:33 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
Cast's Bonsignour: Managing software complexity with a microservices model

Blog  This is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Developer Network blog 'penned' byOlivier Bonsignour in his role as executive vice president of product development atCast--- the company is asoftware measurement and analysis solution provider focusing onsource code parsing, debugging, impact...

Last updated: Dec 8, 2016   10:39 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
When the Game Changes...

Blog  When the iPhone was first announced, there were a number of skeptics - no keyboard, limited apps, bad camera and a high price tag. It was just a consumer device; it couldn't be used for work. But I recall having a conversation with a colleague that had deep background in the mobile space, having doz...

Last updated: Jul 25, 2015   8:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      AWS, Cloud Computing, DevOps
How IoT data boosts post-sale supply chain profits

Blog  The IoT tsunami is creating a huge opportunity to streamline and drive waste out of a costly and largely inefficient post-sale supply chain. However, most organizations are at a loss when it comes to using IoT data to solve these challenges. A quick look at the challenges How efficiently and intelli...

Last updated: Sep 12, 2016   6:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Analytics, Internet of Things, iot
A small business dilemma

Blog  What I love about architecting technology for business is the complexity of the problems. There is a time component where you are trying to figure out how to solve todays problems of time, scope and resources... while at the same time guessing the future thinking about where you will be at 2, 5 an...

Last updated: Oct 29, 2011   3:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
Seven essential tips for a successful IoT product development partnership

Blog  In the past, working with an IoT product development firm often meant simply handing off a set of requirements and then meeting up to review the results. Yet today, engineers and industrial designers are increasingly working together in a collaborative partnership that involves an ongoing exchange o...

Last updated: Sep 21, 2017   2:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things
Breaking down walls: IoT in multi-location enterprises

Blog  We are at a critical point in the evolution of the internet of things. Earlier this year, Gartner forecasted that 8.4 billion connected things would be in use worldwide in 2017, outnumbering the human population, and reaching up to 20.4 billion by 2020. As if that's not impressive enough, the total ...

Last updated: Sep 6, 2017   3:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Customer service, Internet of Things, iot
The Enterprise Finally gets Cloud

Blog  Yes, it is a bit trite to say it now, but Cloud Computing has become a multi-billion dollar business which really has revolutionized Information Technology consumption for both the consumer and enterprise markets. It is well established in the white hot consumer market, especially with the widespre...

Last updated: Apr 8, 2013   6:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ask the IT Consultant
Apple trumps Microsoft: Why it matters and why it doesn't

Blog   After years of Microsoft playing the Goliath to Apple's David, the tables haveofficiallyturned: Apple's market value hit$222.1 billion, besting Microsoft's value$219.2 billion and making it the most-valuable technology company. And while two imaginary numbers being punted around by invest...

Last updated: May 28, 2010   3:30 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Featured Guest Post: The Storage Economics Practice, by Devang Panchigar

Blog  We're pleased to welcome Devang Panchigar of StorageNerve into the community with this guest post on storage spending. The Storage Economics Practice We all buy storage, either in the SMB Space or at an Enterprise level. We use storage to run our business, to store structured and unstructured data...

Last updated: Nov 19, 2009   3:41 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Frankensteins, Pt. III A Simple Assessment to Setting Structure

Blog   [Please see Part I and Part II of this series if you havent yet] Lets discuss some specifics in determining whether your IT structure is optimal, and if not, how to get it on the right footing. Essentially, you should be able to perform a review according to the simple model below. Y...

Last updated: Jul 31, 2011   3:45 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Business-Technology Weave
What I learned at the Red Hat Summit

Blog  To pay homage to the many schoolchildren around the country in the process of relaying what they did on their summer vacation, I thought Id share what I did last week at the Red Hat Summit with you. To start with, you can watch most of the Red Hat Summit keynotes and some of the sessions via th...

Last updated: Sep 11, 2009   5:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
How GDS can support the next wave of public sector cloud adoption

Blog  In this guest post, JessicaFigueras, chief analyst at market watcher Kable, mulls over therole of theGovernment Digital Service (GDS) in the next wave of public sector cloud adoption. The Government Digital Service (GDS) has been the subject ofnumerous Computer Weekly storiesof late, as...

Last updated: Aug 10, 2016   2:33 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ahead in the Clouds   |      G-Cloud, Guest Post, Kable
Regulating IoT to improve security could harm the market

Blog  We're all watching the rapid advance of the internet of things -- from self-driving cars and connected homes to drone grocery deliveries and smart hairbrushes -- with excitement and trepidation. The thrill about the potential for vast improvements in life and work is tempered when our confidence in ...

Last updated: Feb 2, 2017   4:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, iot security
The software legacy that haunts businesses

Blog   Imagine this: The new century is barely a year or two old. You're a programmer, working on one of the most critical software projects in the UK, to build the new national flight control system for air traffic controllers. The new system goes live in 2002 and, generally, it's all gone well. Then, 12...

Last updated: May 28, 2015   4:23 PM GMT  |  Blog: Computer Weekly Editor's Blog   |      Business Continuity, Nats, Postmasters
Hands on: The BlackBerry Bold 9790. Just how "Bold" are RIM being with this new handset?

Blog   To me, it seems like BlackBerry is stuck in its ways, refusing to budge, like a squirrel that refuses to try pine nuts because acorns are okay and do the job. The trouble is, with the advancements that other smartphone manufacturers are making, RIM could end up being left behind. Bla...

Last updated: Jan 12, 2012   4:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      Android, BlackBerry, Handset
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