LogMeIn’s PaaS solution Xively ready to connect Internet of Things
LogMeIn’s Xively is ready to connect “The Internet of Things” as a brand new PaaS (platform as a service) offering APIs for interacting with real world objects, along with real-time messaging thrown into the mix for good measure.
Is Adobe embracing the cloud a sign of the times?
Adobe, at the annual “MAX” event, has completely re-branded the companies most well-known Creative products which consists of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Premiere Pro. Each will now gain a CC moniker (e.g. Photoshop CC) which represents “Creative Cloud”.
Is BYOD the cloud evangelist’s worst nightmare?
For three in four IT security professionals, bring your own device (BYOD) is one of the “greatest inhibitors to effective cloud security”. That’s the result from a new report by AccelOps. Talking to 176 IT security personnel, the results put BYOD ahead of data control and data loss – traditional topics for cloud security worriers – as the main security threat.
Will Audiogalaxy buyout move Dropbox into a cloud music service?
There have been intriguing developments in terms of utilising the cloud as an entertainment vehicle during the past 24 hours, with Dropbox acquiring personal music streaming service Audiogalaxy and Amazon’s Cloud Player arriving on Samsung Smart TVs.
One in three mission critical apps currently in the cloud, says survey
Research from identity management provider SailPoint has revealed that US and UK based IT leaders see one in three mission critical apps as currently in the cloud, with that figure rising sharply by 2015.
Terrafugia flying car not the only car in the cloud
Terrafugia, the $279,000 airplane that drives and parks like a car, was the toast of the recent New York Auto Show. But that is quite the overhead and a long future before mass acceptance. Today we have a new reality in cloud innovation that pertains to safe driving, Japanese governance, and time-stamping data.
Why don't employees embrace enterprise mobility projects?
Workforce engagement with enterprise mobility solutions is critical if the projects are to deliver the efficiency and productivity intended, but new research suggests many companies are failing to consider the factors that affect employee buy-in when implementing these systems.
How consumerisation is driving cloud acceptance
There has been a thunderstorm of growing noise surrounding Cloud Computing in the past 24 months. Vendors, analysts, journalists and membership groups have all rushed to cover the Cloud medium; A combined hype has paralleled around BYOD (Bring your own device) also known as consumerisation. Where will the two collide?
Do we need a standard user interface for cloud applications?
As applications built for the cloud multiply, so too do the number of user interfaces floating around. With so many unique takes on UI design, it can be disorienting to switch between multiple cloud applications. One soution to this problem may be to create a set of UI standards to create a more unified experience.
Wyse reveals new mobile cloud apps for Japanese enterprises
New mobile cloud apps and services have been announced to help businesses manage and deliver content from the cloud.