Apr 30

We’ve worked with dozens of early adopters across numerous industries and will debunk common misperceptions, which starts with understanding that many of the connected products we’ll use over the next 5 years are already products, they’re just not yet connected. With an IoT product, time-in-market provides much more essential feedback than ever before. Innovation comes from what you do with the data that the connected product provides in order to enhance the customer experience and optimize business performance.
In his session at @ThingsExpo, Ryan J. Lester, Director of IoT Strategy at LogMeIn, will cite from our customer examples in home automation – lighting, pet care, plumbing – as well as industrial printing.

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Apr 30

Our experts at SearchVirtualStorage.com have compiled this exclusive report, Storage Plays a Key Role in VDI Success, offering advice, analysis, and coverage of new technologies and free tools that will help guide you over any VDI storage hurdles. Simply participate in our brief Desktop Virtualization Research Program to claim your valuable report. Published by: TechTarget

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Apr 29

New Q1 data from Synergy Research Group shows that Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to dominate the cloud infrastructure services market with a… Read more at VMblog.com.

Apr 29

RapidFire Tools Inc. announced today that it won another coveted industry accolade, the MSPWorld Cup 2016 award for “Best MSP Solution.” The MSPWorld Read more at VMblog.com.

Apr 29

Hedvig , the company modernizing storage and accelerating enterprise adoption of private and hybrid clouds, today announced that it has been named… Read more at VMblog.com.

Apr 29

Ross Kenneth Urken, reporting for Newsweek (edited and condensed): Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero had his Dr. Strange moment when he announced he’d be able to do a human head transplant in a two-part procedure he dubs HEAVEN (paywalled, this alternate link could help) (head anastomosis venture) and Gemini (the subsequent spinal cord fusion). […] Canavero has a plan: It’s a 36-hour, $20 million procedure involving at least 150 people, including doctors, nurses, technicians, psychologists and virtual reality engineers. In a specially equipped hospital suite, two surgical teams will work simultaneously — one focused on Valery Spiridonov (patient) and the other on the donor’s body, selected from a brain-dead patient and matched with the Spiridonov for height, build and immunotype. Both patients — anesthetized and outfitted with breathing tubes — will have their heads locked using metal pins and clamps, and electrodes will be attached to their bodies to monitor brain and heart activity. Next, Spiridonov’s head will be nearly frozen, ultimately reaching 12 to 15 degrees Celsius, which will make him temporarily brain-dead.Shouldn’t it be called a body transplant? Since a person is often defined by the brain. You can read the complete procedure here.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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Apr 29

Check out this upcoming live Webinar from Vembu Technologies providing much more insight into the release of their most awaited Backup & Disaster Read more at VMblog.com.

Apr 29

If we are involved in a cyber-war, where are the frontlines? What are the defenses that will work? Much of the efforts done so far in cybersecurity are nothing more than building an ineffective Maginot Line for cyber-defenses.
Should we be spending more time (and money) in figuring out cyberwarfare and protecting critical infrastructure instead of conventional warfare?

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Apr 29

Cloud native networking pioneer Aviatrix Systems recently announced its new Aviatrix Cloud Native Networking 2.0 , a solution that’s built from the… Read more at VMblog.com.

Apr 29

Initially, we came across ransomware which exploited the entire system and just restricted you from interacting with your own device, later on requiring you to pay dollars if you want to go back and use your computer.

And then it started becoming obsolete because an end-user. People were asking themselves: “That is my computer, would I pay $100 for it? If I don’t really have data, I’d better format my PC and start all over again.” So, that strategy – locking access to computers, started becoming obsolete. What did the bad guys do? They realized that the previous strategy was only good when the data that computer was holding was valuable. So they started asking ransom for the data, and that’s what they’re doing now.

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