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The cloud continued its march, the cybersecurity game changed, Apple sputtered, government cuts faced the music, and the PC zombie reanimated. Learn why 2016 was beautiful and terrible in tech.
Source: The 5 biggest tech trends of 2016: ZDNet editors sound off
Google has launched Android Things, an Android-based device OS for the Internet of Things. Combined with Weave, this software will play a crucial role in Google’s IoT strategy.
Source: 10 Things To Know About Android Things – Google’s Latest IoT Device OS
By 2020, there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet. How will your company capitalize on this connected world?. By connecting things, people, and business networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live and conduct business.
Source: SAP INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) IN A CONNECTED WORLD
Managed services providers (MSP) today are still trying to get their brains around the implications of Amazon Web Services’ announcement that they now offer managed services.
Source: AWS Launches Managed Services
’When you said we were valued partners, we didn’t think that meant you wanted to take our valuation’
Source: AWS goes into the managed services business
December 11, 2016 | Content discovery platform Taboola announced this week that it will open a big data center at the Advanced Technologies Park (ATP) adjacent to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheba in 2017.
Source: Taboola to Open Big Data Center In Beersheba
Washington D.C. think tank the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology is calling for regulation on “negligence” in the design of internet-of-things (IoT) devices. If the world wants a bonk-detecting Wi-Fi mattress, it must be a malware-free bonk-detecting Wi-Fi mattress.
Source: US Think Tank Wants To Regulate The Design of IoT Devices For Security Purposes
The risk of notoriously insecure Internet of Things devices is not so much that those devices themselves will be compromised, but that they provide dozens – perhaps hundreds – of openings that could allow attackers to get inside an enterprise network
Source: The IoT: Gateway for enterprise hackers