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Windows 10: The Next Chapter On January 21, 2015, Microsoft unveiled the next major beta of Windows 10, the Consumer Preview, with an event at the company's home in Redmond, Washington. As it is a major release for Microsoft we expected to see several new features toward Microsoft's vision of ‘Mobile First' & ‘Cloud First' and toward a Universal Application Platform across all of desktop, laptop, mobile devices, gaming devices and other Internet Of Things. Most of the preview predictions indicate the inclusion of Cortana Digital Assistant as part of Windows 10. Cortana is not something totally new to the Microsoft environment. Cortana is part of the Windows Phone 8.1 update and Lumia smartphones already. Currently Cortana is positioned more as a personal assistant with Artificial Intelligence capabilities and some of the use cases include: Will keep track of things t... (more)

Internet of Things Projects for CIOs in 2015 | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

The Internet of Things will be a real thing in 2015, many of the CIOs we hear are having plans of at least a few pilot projects if not full-fledged projects in that space for 2015. It will be clear that most of these will be a green field initiatives as the tools, platforms and frameworks for IoT projects are just evolving. Now the biggest dilemma for CIOs which may boil down to CTOs too are, how do choose the platforms for IoT Projects. Option A: Build our own platform through a suite of Open Source tools Option B: Go with trusted enterprise players and build around their offeri... (more)

Five Security Features of RDBMS That Help Enterprises

Security Strength Of  Relational Databases: Over the  years relational  databases  have been highly  successful  in protecting  the  enterprise  data.  Their  inherent  features  like  role based security,  GRANTS    and  coupled  with  the  fact  that  some one  needs  to  have    a  high knowledge of  the  database  design  itself  to  really  decipher  meaning  out of  a  relational  database. Unrelated  to  the  above  statement, we  have  seen  a   huge  attack  on   large media enterprise   last month  resulted  in the compromise  of   several  of   confidential  documen... (more)

Internet of Things and Fog Computing | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

IoT May Over Whelm Cloud: The potential adoption of the Internet of Things in industries like manufacturing, healthcare will definitely bring much needed automation and agility into the operations, but if they are not  properly planned out these initiatives may lead into an explosion of data whose magnitude will  simply derail the whole initiative or result in a huge cost of operations that will out smart  the benefits they bring in. As I mentioned in my last article, the concept of Fog Computing (which is term coined by CISCO) is more of an EDGE computing where by much of d... (more)

Fog Computing and the 'Internet of Things' Analytics Hardware | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

Fog Computing and the Growth of IoT Analytics Hardware in 2015 Internet Of Things - Hardware Play a Major Role: We see a great increase in support from software platform vendors for IoT implementation in enterprises, especially from bigger players. Up to now most of these support comes in the form  of  software frameworks, platform, libraries and components, which range from : Agents : Help to connect different devices and source data from them. Hubs : Provide the ability to queue messages from multiple agents and ensure that the agents are not waiting for the consumption Stream ... (more)