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Is IoT turning into the Internet of Thugs?

Blog  In a story that circulated worldwide last week, it was reported that a hotel in Austria, the Seehotel Jaegerwirt, had been attacked by hackers who disabled the guestroom cardkey system, locking guests in their rooms until the hotel paid a Bitcoin ransom. That's not exactly accurate, but enough of it...

Last updated: Jan 30, 2017   10:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: Head in the Clouds: SaaS, PaaS, and Cloud Strategy   |      Application security, Hacking, iot security
SCVMM 2012 beta goes to second round

Blog  Microsoft released a second beta of System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2012 to a broader audience May 26, bringing the product another step closer to general availability. Due out in the second half of 2011,SCVMM 2012 may bring greater feature parity with VMware's vCloud Director. New ...

Last updated: May 31, 2011   8:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Malaysia mulls over Huaweis role in 5G networks

Blog  Malaysia has become the latest country to look into the security concerns surrounding Huawei, which has been accused by mostly western powers of conducting corporate espionage and potentially installing backdoors for the Chinese government. Earlier this week, Malaysias communications and multime...

Last updated: Feb 1, 2019   5:45 AM GMT  |  Blog: Eyes on APAC
Windows 7: Dont cry for me

Blog  It may have gone unnoticed with the January 14 end of support deadline for Windows 7, but Microsofts 10 year old OS, had one last Patch Tuesday update. And , surprise, surprise, this included a critical security update for the CVE-2020-0611, that the NSA reported is a remote desktop vulnerability...

Last updated: Jan 16, 2020   9:57 AM GMT  |  Blog: Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog   |      Uncategorized
Hands-on: BlackBerry KEYone Android smartphone

Blog  Is this the phone loyal BlackBerry fans have been longing for? Inspect-a-Gadget goes hands-on with the BlackBerry KEYone, a super-secure Android smartphone with a trademark physical keyboard. Although BlackBerry called time on its plummeting hardware business in September 2016,a licensing deal ...

Last updated: Apr 27, 2017   3:25 PM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      Android, Android security, BlackBerry
Top Ten Takeaways from HP APC

Blog  LAS VEGAS--Hewlett-Packard's Americas Partner Conference was chock-full of threads this week. Here's what bubbled to the top. 1: The jury's still out on whether new HP CEO Leo Apotheker is a true channel friend or not.He said all the right things,APC attendees agreed.But, they remind ea...

Last updated: Mar 30, 2011   4:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Book excerpt: Mobile Strategy

Blog  "This chapter is from the new book, Mobile Strategy: How Your Company Can Win by Embracing Mobile Technologies by Dirk Nicol, published by Pearson/IBM Press, April 2013, ISBN9780133094916For more info please visit the publisher site:

Last updated: Jul 31, 2013   1:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: IT Bookworm Blog
Secure the mix of legacy and modern solutions in IIoT

Blog  Logistics today is governed by a set of principles called the seven Rs: the right product, the right customer, the right price, the right quantity, the right condition, the right place and the right time. Upholding these principles demands a Herculean effort. Luckily, logistics managers have some he...

Last updated: Sep 20, 2019   9:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Cyberattacks, IIoT, IIoT network
Hadoop Database for Big Data - Part I

Blog  Hadoop Database for Big Data - Part I The Apache Hadoop project - sometimes dubbed as "Bigtable clone" - is open-source software framework for reliable, scalable, distributed computing. Hadoop is the only NoSQL implementation that has the most adoption today. IBM uses as well as distributes Hadoop....

Last updated: Dec 1, 2010   5:26 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends
Can this be a hardware problem?

Answer  There's this PC which reliably connects to the internet via the network, but does not reliably connect to the network itself. IPCONFIG /RELEASE, then /RENEW and /ALL indicate that the setup is correct. The cable disconnected icon never appears, but I tried a different cable anyway. I found I could p...

Last updated: Apr 4, 2006   6:14 PM GMT   |    Availability, Cabling, DHCP
OpenBSD 4.1 in the wild

Blog  The OpenBSD mailing list had some great news for that community yesterday: OpenBSD 4.1 is now available for download. The "what's new page is far too long to list here, so you can get what I miss in my "executive summary" after the jump. What's new (in brief): Improved hardware support, including: ...

Last updated: May 2, 2007   12:19 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise Linux Log
IoT and CSPs: The endpoint myth, monetization realities and guidance for the future

Blog  Over the last few years, communication service providers (CSPs) and telcos found themselves marginalized, becoming network pipe providers while OTT companies reaped the benefits of 3G/LTE. With numerous industry analysts predicting that billions of IoT endpoints will be connected by 2020, CSPs hope ...

Last updated: May 26, 2017   4:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      3G, 3GPP, Communications
How IoT botnets affect the 'internet of money,' cryptocurrency

Blog  In case you haven't heard about the term "cryptocurrency" yet, I would like to tell you about this "internet of money," or IoM. Cryptocurrency is an encrypted decentralized digital currency exchanged through blockchain with a process called mining. Bitcoin, for instance, is the first successful cryp...

Last updated: Feb 8, 2018   6:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Big Data, Bitcoin, Blockchain
LzLabs CEO: app modernisation is (a form of) development

Blog  This is a guest post for the Computer Weekly Developer Network written by Mark Cresswell in his role as CEO of LzLabs. LzLabs develops what it calls its Software Defined Mainframe (SDM) package the tool is intended to liberate legacy applications to run unchanged on both Linux hardware an...

Last updated: Aug 2, 2019   8:47 AM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
What are the biggest problems IoT data scientists face?

Blog  IoT is creating innumerable opportunities for businesses through the intelligent use of data curated by data scientists. In 2019, both LinkedIn and Glassdoor ranked data scientist as the most promising job due to the exponential popularity and relevance of big data, data mining and IoT. Although the...

Last updated: Aug 8, 2019   7:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Data scientist, Internet of Things, iot
Editor's picks: Thought-provoking IoT blogs from 2018

Blog  As 2018 draws to a close after another year of IoT adoption, deployment and management becomes history, it's time to reflect on the last 12 months and how far the IoT market, which is still in its infancy, has come. In analyzing some of the most thought-provoking posts from our IoT Agenda guest con...

Last updated: Jan 2, 2019   10:22 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      5G, ai, Blockchain
The IoT journey for manufacturers: Concept, production and beyond

Blog  Many articles written about the internet of things focus on collecting data insights, yet few explain the IoT journey itself. Navigating the path to connect appliances and start generating data is easier if companies understand best practices, as well as how to recognize potential obstacles. This a...

Last updated: Sep 12, 2017   5:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications
Will recession drive businesses to the cloud?

Blog  Over the last few weeks, I've written a couple of stories about how the current global economic crisisis being projected to impact the storage market. While users say they don't anticipate much of a change in their daily life--storage budgets are lean and adoption of products in the storage market...

Last updated: Oct 21, 2008   0:20 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
IoT and the case for intelligence at the edge

Blog  There are six billion things connected to networks and sharing data right now. An extraordinary number for sure, and yet we're still at the beginning of what promises to be a long-term, geometric expansion in volumes of connected devices. Gartner estimated that within four years more than half of ma...

Last updated: Oct 26, 2016   2:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Edge computing, IIoT, Internet of Things
A first take on Windows 7

Blog   Microsoft dropped into the Computer Weekly offices to demonstrate the next version of  Windows 7.The new operating system, which is due out by January next year, looks neater and less cluttered than its predecessor. Microsoft has tightened up the code - Windows 7 has a footprint that is 3 giga...

Last updated: Jun 1, 2009   2:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Read all about IT!   |      Microsoft, touch, Windows 7
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