Access and Feeds


Internet of Things: Nearable Stickers that Track the Environment of Things

By Dick Weisinger

Increasingly the idea of wearable technology is being investigated by tech businesses — Google glass and the Apple Watch are two well-known examples. Similar to the concept of wearables, one company, Estimote has pioneered the use of small tracking devices that

Software Defined Data Centers (SDDCs): Extending Virtualization to All Aspects of the Data Center

By Dick Weisinger

Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) is an extension of the concept of virtualization to include all infrastructure resources in a data center, like networking, storage, CPU and security. Eric Grall, head of the digital data center at Atos called SDDCs “‘the third

Data Transfer Technology: LiFi Devices Could Replace Lightbulbs to Provide both Illumination and High-Speed Data Transmission

By Dick Weisinger

The ‘fifth generation’ WiFi standard 802.11ac was approved in January 2014.  It promises high-speed transmissions in the range of 500 megabits per second to 1 gigagbit per second.  This would be a huge advance compared to today’s speeds with 802.11g

Internet of Things: Security Device Access Rights with Identity Management

By Dick Weisinger

The ability to be able to control identity and access rights is a critical component for ensuring the security of devices communicating within the Internet of Things.  But Gartner says that today’s identify and access rights management (IAM) tools are

Cloud ERP: 2015 will be a Turning Point for SaaS ERP

By Dick Weisinger

ERP software has been a straggler when it comes to moving to the cloud.  The complexity of ERP software, the worries of cloud security and performance, and the many existing integrations with on-premise ERP systems are factors that have held