Connected Workplace Blog
Posted by KSPrice; on Sep 16, 2015
In this post, I discuss the functions that are most needed in a strong cloud portal, as well as what’s on the horizon to be included in future cloud portals.
Posted by sramkumar; on Sep 14, 2015
Blog providing an update on GE in the Industrial Internet of Things
Posted by KSPrice; on Sep 11, 2015
Cloud service providers have sequentially embraced three of the four cloud deployment models recognized by NIST: first introducing public cloud services, followed by private clouds, and, most recently, hybrid clouds. They have yet to pursue the fourt…
Posted by vmichalik; on Sep 02, 2015
Two factions have emerged in what will prove, however it is resolved, to be a pivotal moment for the Bitcoin Blockchain. Bitcoin is heading into dangerous territory and an unnecessary crisis point, according to one faction of developers. The time has…
Posted by avnirambhia; on Aug 25, 2015
In the wake of the recent Ashley Madison hack, the spotlight is squarely on protection of data at rest. For too long, enterprises have complacently relied on perimeter security measures. Today's hacking sophistication, however, requires that data be …
Posted by ashah; on Aug 19, 2015
Google X founder Sebastian Thrun created an education startup to offer free, online classes on technology topics such as artificial intelligence and data visualization. This on-line business is vying for the $400 billion higher education business.
Posted by msuby; on Aug 18, 2015
The advent of the cloud has been, well, moving. Businesses of all shapes and sizes have or are considering moving workloads from their on-premises, private data centers to the cloud. Who could blame them?
Posted by lawrencelundy; on Aug 17, 2015
Blog explaining Bitcoin, blockchains, and how the accounting industry will be disrupted
Posted by vmichalik; on Aug 12, 2015
Category : Big Data, Cloud, Consumer, Digital Media, Enterprise, Mobile & Wireless, The Internet of Things
In less than 1000 words, Larry Page just created a new company big enough to own Google
Posted by vmichalik; on Jul 23, 2015
Google, Facebook, Dropbox... Anyone who stores your data online could give any or all of their customers' data up to the government, or hackers. How many of the services you use do you really trust with that data any further than necessary? MIT's Med…