Jun 30

An anonymous reader writes: While it’s possible to create and view specially built virtual reality ‘WebVR’ websites through today’s browsers, traversing the web in VR means taking your VR headset on and off as you come across VR websites and non-VR websites. Google is working to fix this by adding a ‘VR Shell’ to the Chrome browser that will render non-VR websites in a virtual environment, and allow seamless transitioning from them to WebVR sites. Recent developer builds of Chrome on Android reveal both the WebVR API and VR Shell directly integrated into the browser. The company is also working on adding support for headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive on desktop.

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Jun 30

Entisys360 , previously Entisys Solutions and Agile360, an award-winning IT consultancy specializing in the deployment and delivery of advanced IT… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today unveiled the next generation of Red Hat Insights, delivering actionable… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Entisys360 , formerly Entisys Solutions and Agile360, an award-winning IT consultancy specializing in the deployment and delivery of advanced IT… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Zenoss, Inc. , the leader in hybrid IT monitoring, today announced its Modern Monitoring survey is now open for all IT professionals. Who: Zenoss… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

PowWow Mobile , the leader in enterprise app mobility, today announced strong customer growth on its SmartUX Platform. REDI Global Technologies,… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Marius Sandbu, a Microsoft MVP, Citrix CTA, author, virtualization consultant and speaker, has recently published a new paper comparing Liquidware… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

RES , the leader in enabling, automating and securing digital workspaces, today announced its Tech Alliance Program, bringing industry leaders… Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Nutanix, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced the second generation of its Elevate Technology Alliance Partner Program, delivering Read more at VMblog.com.

Jun 30

Big Data automation can mean writing dozens of scripts to process different input sources and aligning them in order to consolidate all this data and produce the required output.
Why exactly do you need Big Data for your enterprise projects? Many industry observers have been noting that although a lot of enterprises like to claim that their big data projects are aimed at “deriving insights” that replace human intuition with data-driven alternatives, in reality though, the objective appears to be automation. They point out that the role of data scientists at a lot of organizations has got little to do with replacing human intuition with big data. Instead, it is about augmenting human experience by making it easier, faster and more efficient.

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