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A Smartphone Shopping Story

Blog  I'm looking at smartphones because I want something with a little more battery life and a better camera than my current, long-in-the-tooth Samsung Galaxy Victory. This phone is on a Virgin Mobile $35/month plan that includes (sort of) unlimited data and messaging and five hours of talk time. I've ne...

Last updated: Oct 6, 2014   9:40 AM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing   |      Amazon, Cellular, Ebay
IoT product development: Get it right

Blog  As IoT systems become more ubiquitous, there is a natural weeding out of the good ideas and the value propositions. Beyond the simplest applications, the highest-value opportunities involve increasingly complex systems. For example, smart cities will feature IoT-connected surveillance, automated tra...

Last updated: Jul 2, 2018   2:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot
Using robot wars to teach robotics

Blog   How do you get girls fired up about a subject that they consider masculine and geeky? Get them competing in a 'Robot Wars' style battle, explains Ian Jenkins, head of design & technology (D&T) at East Barnet School.   "I used to want to be a dancer, now I want to be an engineer," profe...

Last updated: May 30, 2014   3:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: WITsend   |      "Computer-aided design", "East Barnet School", "Ian Jenkins"
The Final Countdown: The last EMC World before Dell Technologies

Blog  The recent EMC World event held in Las Vegas could have been a flop. With the Dell takeover of the EMC Federation (EMC Corp and all its divisions of EMC II, VMware, RSA, Pivotal and Virtustream) in full swing, it would have been easy for the EMC management to claim that they were in a quiet perio...

Last updated: May 6, 2016   3:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights
Immersive Reality - a business opportunity

Blog  This is the third in a series of articles exploring the challenges and opportunities facing the audio visual (AV) industry, which has its annual European flagship event, ISE2018, in February. This article looks at how innovative and immersive technologies can improve the user experience. A deeper us...

Last updated: Jan 31, 2018   6:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quocirca Insights   |      augmented reality, Virtual Reality
Whit Diffie on IoT privacy and security

Blog  Whitfield (Whit) Diffie is a giant in the crypto world. Whit sat down with Rubicon Labs for an extensive Q&A interview that we publish as the mammoth RSA Conference gets underway this week in San Francisco. The interview also coincides with the 40th anniversary of the publication of "New Direct...

Last updated: Feb 13, 2017   11:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, iot security
If Verify is the answer -what was the question? The politics of digital identities revisited

Blog   The design of the Government "Verify" programme predates the European eIDAS regulation (covering the exchange of identities between public sector organisations) government which it supposedly implement. Neither has business models or costed proposals for private sector use although both make claims...

Last updated: Mar 10, 2016   11:38 AM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      CEDR, Defra, eIDAS
Sanderson and Code First: Girls - facing my coding fears

Blog  When Sanderson Hotel London invited me to a Code First: Girls introduction to coding event (including free cocktails) I decided to see if code still gave me the cold sweats it did at university Something not many people know about the current business editor of Computer Weekly is that I can program...

Last updated: May 22, 2017   4:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: WITsend   |      "technology careers", "women in IT", "women in tech"
Being a Technical Advocate / Evangelist

Blog  Back when I started working for technology vendors, the landscape was much different than it is today: Vendors tended to focus on a specific technology area; hence their portfolio was primarily made up of various sizes and price-points of the same technology (e.g. security, database, storage, net...

Last updated: Apr 22, 2018   3:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise   |      Blogs, cloud, Github
IoT architected for security

Blog  It seems like every week there's another doom and gloom story about how IoT security is irretrievably broken. In general, the stories involve a number of players: Manufacturers who appear to have more interest in shipping devices than developing the functioning basics of security architecture. ...

Last updated: Feb 2, 2017   8:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, iot security
Passing the baton on Cybersecurity Skills

Blog  This year will be the first time I visit Infosec with no agenda. Or to be more precise I will have a Community Safety rather than a Cybersecurity Skills Agenda. This has caused me to take a cool look at what has happened and what has not over the past decade. It has also caused me to consider what h...

Last updated: May 31, 2019   8:12 PM GMT  |  Blog: When IT Meets Politics   |      CompTIA, cybersecurity, DPA
Richard Snow on hosted contact centers

Blog  Considering a hosted contact center? There are plenty of considerations for picking the right vendor. In this podcast, we discuss how to determine your key evaluation criteria when selecting a hosted call center provider. Hear tips on creating the proper RFP and crafting an airtight SLA, and find ou...

Last updated: Apr 6, 2010   2:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: Voices of CRM
Chinook Mk2: we publish new evidence of computer problems

Blog   The lead news item on BBC radio and TV news for much of yesterday referred to computer-related evidence about the Chinook Mk2, of the type that crashed on the Mull of Kintyre in June 1994. The crash killed all 29 on board including 25 senior police and intelligence officers. The RAF blamed the two ...

Last updated: Jan 5, 2010   12:58 AM GMT  |  Blog: Public Sector IT   |      Chinook crash ZD576, politics, privacy
What is OpenStack?

Blog  The OpenStack Summit took place a couple weeks ago in Portland to announce the "Grizzly" (G) release and to begin the design activities for the "Havana" (H) release (due in Fall 2013). Much has been written about the technology and vendor trends, including a few from my colleagues Aaron Delp and Jer...

Last updated: May 5, 2013   12:28 AM GMT  |  Blog: From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
What's the Best Deal in Post-High School Education?

Blog  The University of Washington (state, not D.C.) Office of Admissions has a question for you, which it immediately answers without your help: "Want to become a millionaire? Graduate from college!" This is probably closer to true for 18-year-olds than it is for me at age 62. And I came of age at a time...

Last updated: May 12, 2015   6:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cheap Computing   |      certification, Computer science, Degree
Industry 4.0: Breathing life into the cyber-physical factory

Blog  Industry 4.0 is the wave of the future for the manufacturing of things. Originally conceived as a vision of the German government in 2006 as part of its High-Tech Strategy 2020 Action Plan, Industry 4.0 is frequently lauded as the fourth Industrial Revolution. The impact could well surpass that of ...

Last updated: Dec 15, 2016   5:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      IIoT, industry, Industry 4.0
How women in technology expand the cloud horizon

Blog  Cloud computing has been around for more than a decade and has matured at a remarkable rate. Today, most organizations cant imagine surviving without the cloudeven if they still host some resources on premise. With technological maturity comes increasing complexity. Heres an exploration of ...

Last updated: Oct 1, 2018   11:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: Coffee Talk: Java, News, Stories and Opinions
RPG decidedly not dead, say readers

Blog  On June 29, 2009, many readers received an email that got them a little stirred up. I sent out our newsletter and presented an article on EGL and a blog on RPGAAS. This is what I wrote: So is EGL the new high-definition, flat-screen replacement to that old vacuum-tube television? Is R...

Last updated: Jul 10, 2009   3:22 PM GMT  |  Blog: The iSeries Blog
Why interoperability holds the keys to the smart home

Blog  Investment is pouring into the smart home. But is 'the home of the future' really viable when it's just a bunch of "smart" endpoints? The so-called "smart home" market -- that is, replacing your current in-home appliances and products with an internet-connected version -- is ripe. At least, insofar...

Last updated: Jul 19, 2016   12:43 AM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      connected, Internet of Things, Interoperability
The Big Move Mike The White Van Man Part 1

Blog  Part1: The Big Move Last week I moved to a new collocation. Its part of the process of me ramping up to write the next VMware Site Recovery Manager book. Anyway, I wanted to share my experience with you and just talk about what its like to use a collocation. Ive gone through the process a...

Last updated: Nov 12, 2010   3:39 AM GMT  |  Blog: RTFM Education – Virtualization, VMware, Citrix
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