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One of the more popular methods of dealing with not just with the explosion of devices but the growing challenge of dealing with growth of compute devices under management in general is virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). While VDI has been overshadowed of late by newer and shinier T...
This tutorial is primarily for the students in my 420-517 Software Development Project course at Dawson College. It explains how to set up a workspace in Eclipse for this course. These instructions are important because Eclipse stores workspace specific settings in the workspace itself...
…all this and more in this week’s compendium of open source news!   Two Steps Forward, One Step Back Sounds like a Strauss Waltz? Almost. After 10 years the city of Munich’s love affair with open source may be coming to an end.  Despite saving $16 million by using the custom ...
Azure platform is going all out and it is burgeoning."Microsoft Azure DocumentDB is a document-oriented, NoSQL database service designed for modern mobile and web applications"The above from Microsoft site.Microsoft beefs its Azure Services portfolio with yet another service. Azure Doc...
There’s no shortage to the benefits open source software provides. Though the technology is certainly not without its criticisms—for example, depending on the product, you might run into a lack of quality support—lately, its proponents have been eying a new application for open source...
Brocade Vyatta 5600 vRouter adds new functionality to accelerate Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) adoption SAN JOSE, Calif., August 19, 2014 - Telefónica (NYSE: TEF) and Brocade (NASDAQ: BRCD) have partnered to establish new benchmarks for the deployment and performance of N...
Thinking about building your own multi-language custom source code analyzer platform using open source components?  Sure, the upsides seem to add up: no licensing fees, great customization ability, and an impressive new entry on your resume (making it even shinier).  Read that project ...
In my previous post some of the cross-platform app development tools/programs were described in a general way.  In this post I describe the Intel XDK tool which does not require skills except HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript. From here you can jumpstart your App development skills after down...
Wearable technology is routinely being batted around these days as the cure-all for everyday health tracking gaps, but Intel’s latest venture is taking that potential to a whole new level. The Michael J. Fox Foundation has tapped the tech giant for a collaboration with the goal o...
By Bob Gourley Editor’s note: The use case articulated here is important on its own, but is also one that can be repeatable across multiple other medical research activities and diseases. Thanks Intel and Cloudera for the technology and thanks to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for...
What do you say when people ask, “Why do you do your job?” Is it a mix of I’ve-done-it-for-years, I’m-good-at-it, and it-makes-me-money? That’s all fine and good, but please take a moment to think about the bigger picture: Our world is heading to a peak population of ...
Is open source positioned to become the next mode of standardization in the virtualization world? It appears that might very well be the case following the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Industry Specifications Group’s deci...
By Katie Kennedy Editor’s note: On Wednesday 30 July 2014 analysts, executives and technologists gathered at our Analyst Forum, an event established by a partnership between AnalystOne and the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to help share lessons learned across...
Philadelphia, PA, August 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Lehigh University, one of the top private research universities in the country, has decided to replace its existing electronic procurement platform with Unimarket’s cloud-based solution to improve the performance of their procuremen...
I am an advocate of strong passwords — inconvenient, long, strong passwords.  7-1d7w!Ka was my Yahoo! password until a few hours ago.  Can you guess the phrase I based it on?  Hint … it’s written in LEET and it is a famous phrase from the 1939 movie classic, The Wizard of Oz.  Got it? ...
Seattle, WA, August 12, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Miga Col.labs in partnership with Walkthrough Media today announce the much anticipated release of Mividio, a Software as a Service (SaaS) developed specifically for real estate professionals and their colleagues. "Over the past year, we...
New solution competes in Best TV Everywhere/multiscreen video category RGB Networks, the leading provider of the industry's most scalable, unified solutions for multiscreen video delivery, today announced that its CloudXtream cloud-based multiscreen video processing and ad insertion so...
So says CIO.com, in a recent article 11 Market Trends in Advanced Analytics. R, an open source programming language for computational statistics, visualization and data is becoming a ubiquitous tool in advanced analytics offerings. Kirsch says nearly every top vendor of advanced analyt...
It’s all here in this week’s compendium of open source news A Tangled Web of GPLv2, Patents and Software Distribution A new court case could have Far-Reaching Effects for software Licensing.  It began when Versata took its licensee Ameripres Financial to court to stop them from m...
The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends.Also read Connected Globe News WeeklyAlso re...
These days, computing processing power has advanced to the point where we can collect a previously unimaginable wealth of information relating to virtually everything. And it can be reasonably concluded that such processing power will increase substantially in the years to come, just a...
5 August 2014, Maidstone, Kent - Complete security services provider, SecureData is proud and pleased to announce its acquisition of 25% of ordinary stock of Paterva (Pty) Ltd, the South African registered maker of the Maltego software suite.'Maltego', built by Paterva, is a powerful s...
Open source operating systems are improving day by day. Ubuntu, CentOS, Linux and its different versions have become the primary choice of IT hardware and software industries. Zorin OS is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution designed especially for newcomers to Linux with ease, functions...
By Bob Gourley Editor’s note: We believe the release below will be of high interest to enterprise technologists since it directly relates to topics of enhanced functionality and security of your mission critical infrastructure. – bg From: http://ctolink.us/1v1WiaZ Monday, A...
Boston and Ljubljana, Slovenia - 4 August 2014 - Pioneering predictive analytics leader RapidMiner today announced a strategic partnership with CRMT, escalating RapidMiner's momentum within the EMEA market. The partnership combines RapidMiner's expertise in advanced analytics, especial...
Alinous-Core's ide is provided as Eclipse plugin. Eclipse is very useful open source IDE. Installing it is very easy, just download zip or tar.gz archived file and extract it into proper folder.
Alinous-Core's ide is provided as Eclipse plugin. Eclipse is very useful open source IDE. Installing it is very easy, just download zip or tar.gz archived file and extract it into proper folder.
Of course, IoT is in the midst of a major hype cycle, so there’s a lot of industry buzz about IoT, along with a thousand interpretations of the term. As IT prognosticator Jason Bloomberg points out in a recent post, “the IoT explosion is rather curious if you think about it, as the Int...
Operators simplify deployment and accelerate the monetization of TV Everywhere services with RGB's cloud-based solutionsRGB Networks, the leading provider of the industry's most scalable and unified solutions for multiscreen video delivery, will show its industry leading products, incl...
…are all covered in this week’s compendium of open source news! Death of OSS licensing dead or in its prime? Recently, technology writer Matt Asay wrote an article in InfoWorld heralding the death of open source licensing.  OSI president Simon Phipps fired back by declaring open s...
Taking advantage of open source software and hardware, Samsung recently announced a plan to help entrepreneurs craft wearable technology that will revolutionize the health care industry, according to Samsung officials. The Samsung Digital Health Challenge will be funded by $50 million...
There are lots and lots of Apps. In fact there are over a couple of million Apps including all of the major brands, Apple, Google, Blackberry, Microsoft with Apple at the top and Microsoft in the bottom. But this is a growing market. The variety is truly bewildering, different size dev...
Last month Google said that it was tired of mashed-together bug fixes for OpenSSL and decided to create its own fork called BoringSSL. It has now implemented that variant in the latest Chromium build, the open-source software that eventually arrives in Chrome. OpenSSL is software used ...
When we started opentaps nine years ago, our goal was to create great business software from open source.  And have we ever!  Most people wouldn’t have believed that enterprise-class open source ERP and CRM was possible, but we did it — thanks to Linux, Apache, MySQL, Postg...
No matter how sophisticated technologies become and how much mankind evolves, there is little—if anything—we can do to prevent natural disasters from occurring. What we can do, however, is implement technologies that help streamline the way we respond to such disasters. And that’s whe...
Designed for SMBs, Branch Offices and Remote Workers, New Software Appliance Provides the Same Seamless Access as On-Premise Infrastructure, but with the Ability to Leverage the Cloud Palo Alto, Calif. - July 22, 2014 - CloudSigma, a public cloud IaaS provider with advanced hybrid host...
Recent vulnerabilities like Heartbleed served as a reminder of the importance of maintaining the integrity of networks and code so that systems and intellectual property remain protected at all times. At Protecode, we understand that fully, which is why we’ve engineered our Global IP S...
Monday 21 July, 2014 So the first question you may be asking yourself, what is BritCoin ? It is the first British based decentralized peer-to-peer digital currency available for individuals and businesses to send and receive payments digitally. So what does that mean and why...
I’ll be presenting an updated version of my Crash Course on Open Source Cloud Computing presentation at OSCON 2014. I have some new material on Docker and SDN along with the latest updates on cloud software. Here’s the official excerpt: The open source mantra is to release ...
Open source of course! Get the scoop in this week’s collection of open source news… Linux to go … A new distribution of Linux, specifically Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), could soon be fuelling a new generation of open source powered cars.  What this means is that a) future Herbies...