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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

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Apr , 16

5 Ways the Internet of Things is Changing Big Data

  Imagine with me for a second that “smart” isn’t just applied to phones. Instead, imagine a world full of smart devices that communicate with each other at all times. Imaging smart houses, tables, or even clothing that can track where you are and what you need.   This is where we’re heading and it [...]

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Feb , 16

What the Cloud Looks Like: Amazon, Microsoft, and Others

    This year, Rightscale conducted an in depth survey of over 1000 tech professionals to find out which cloud provider they were using, planning to use, or experimenting with. Unsurprisingly, Amazon Web Services came in first with Microsoft and Google as the closest runners up as can be seen in this graph:   What [...]

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Oct , 15

A comparison between PhoneGap, Xamarin, and Titanium

    In order to effectively fulfill the demands of the 2.5 billion people with mobile devices, these three cross-development platforms have arisen as the currently most used by mobile app developers.   Their purpose is simple: to allow developers to write code for an app only once and then distribute that app into the [...]

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Sep , 15

Features Analysis of SharePoint Server 2016

  We’ve come a long way since 2001 with Microsoft’s SharePoint platform. Despite those primitive looking little icons and its nauseatingly blocky window design, it was still an impressive platform. But what is truly impressive is that Microsoft has quickly evolved that outdated technology into a masterpiece that demands worldwide attention with their immense subscriber [...]

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Aug , 15

An overview of Windows 10 enterprise security features

      Source- https://redmondmag.com/articles/2015/07/30/~/media/ECG/redmondmag/Images/introimages2014/141022REDMackieWin10Sec.ashx   So, what’s new? Well, according to Microsoft, cyber-attacks on businesses sure aren’t. They state that even recently fortune 500 companies have been experiencing password and theft that caused them to lose confidentiality on millions of credit card numbers. This is forcing Microsoft to really up their effort in the security [...]