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    1. What are the biggest UC trends for the next year?

      What are the biggest UC trends for the next year?

      Rob Pickering, founder and CEO of IP Cortex, offers insight on next year's UC trends following UC EXPO 2017. Shares Collaboration and business communication continue to be hot topics as we saw last week at UC Expo, and businesses are increasingly looking at ways to reduce complexity in their communications while also improving efficiencies, productivity, customer engagement and loyalty.

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    2. Cloud computing is winning EVERYTHING

      Cloud computing is winning EVERYTHING

      Everyone knows that thoroughbred racehorses typically get funny, exotic names—from Hit It A Bomb to Paulassilverlining. But who knew there was a horse named Cloud Computing, let along that nag would snag the second jewel in the 2017 Triple Crown?

      It turns out The Preakness Stakes winner was a 13-1 long shot, but it doesn’t take an expert handicapper to see that the technology platform is becoming a prohibitive favorite.

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    3. 12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

      12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

      Steve Schwinke has worked on OnStar at GM in a variety of roles for some 20 years, watching the service evolve from a customer benefit into a full fledged connectivity mesh that helps the automotive giant improve its vehicles.  Now Director of Advanced Development, Schwinke recently talked to Network World Editor in Chief John Dix about OnStar as an IoT platform.

      How has OnStar evolved over the years?

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    4. Robots are just as plagued by security vulnerabilities as IoT devices

      Robots are just as plagued by security vulnerabilities as IoT devices

      An analysis of robots used in homes, businesses and industrial installations has revealed many of the same basic weaknesses that are common in IoT devices, raising questions about security implications for human safety. The robotics industry has already seen significant growth in recent years and will only further accelerate.

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      Mentions: Security
    5. The 7 security threats to technology that scare experts the most

      The 7 security threats to technology that scare experts the most

      What happens if a bad actor turns off your heat in the middle of winter, then demands $1,000 to turn it back on? Or even holds a small city’s power for ransom? Those kinds of attacks to personal, corporate, and infrastructure technology were among the top concerns for security experts from the SANS Institute, who spoke Wednesday during the RSA conference in San Francisco.

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      Mentions: Security
    6. 7 Reasons your cloud will fail

      7 Reasons your cloud will fail

      Although vendor-written, this contributed piece does not advocate a position that is particular to the author’s employer and has been edited and approved by Network World editors.

      According to Gartner, a company with a corporate “no-cloud” policy in 2020 would be as rare as a company today operating without Internet. IDG estimates that 70% of enterprises are running at least one application in the cloud today and that number is projected to reach 90% in the next 12 months.

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    7. IT Security Experts Expecting Cyber Attacks

      IT Security Experts Expecting Cyber Attacks

      Okta’s recently-released "Security Business Agility" report shows that around two-thirds of the surveyed companies expect a data breach within the year, unless their legacy security solutions get upgraded. While hackers and cyber criminals are always upgrading and finding new ways to overcome security solutions, companies that fall behind in their own security become easier and easier targets.

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    8. Cloud computing market size likely to witness significant gains from 2016 to 2023

      Cloud computing market size likely to witness significant gains from 2016 to 2023 [August 04, 2016] Tweet Greater scalability coupled with faster access to infrastructure are anticipated to surge the demand growth. North America, especially U.S. cloud computing market size accounted for over 50% total share in 2015.

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    9. Four US firms rule the world's cloud infrastructure

      Four US firms rule the world's cloud infrastructure

      There are plenty of companies vying for a piece of the worldwide cloud infrastructure market, but the top four -- all in the U.S. -- currently dominate by such a wide margin as to effectively leave their competitors in the dust.

      That's the overriding conclusion of a study released Monday by Synergy Research Group, which provides quarterly market tracking and segmentation data, including vendor revenues by segment and region.

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    10. The doctor will see you now – virtually

      The doctor will see you now – virtually

      Telehealth, the practice of providing care services remotely using digital technologies, took a big step forward at New York-Presbyterian last week. The hospital system, which sees more than 2 million people a year, is now offering patients the option to receive second opinions, urgent care and consultations via online portals and video conferencing services.

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      Mentions: Services Video Cisco
    11. Why every tech pro should learn to code

      Why every tech pro should learn to code

      Coding is one of the hottest skills on the tech market. According to a recent survey from Burning Glass, programming jobs are growing 12 percent faster than the average. According to the survey in 2015 there were seven million job openings that required coding skills.

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      Mentions: Education
    12. CIOs: Shadow IT is actually great for your cloud strategy

      CIOs: Shadow IT is actually great for your cloud strategy

      In a survey, cloud security broker vendor CipherCloud found that 86 percent of cloud applications used at workplaces are unsanctioned. That's a pretty big percentage. Obviously, the security vendors have an incentive to raise such fears about shadow IT, so take this claim with much salt. However, the issue merits attention.

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      Mentions: Services Amazon
    13. IDG Contributor Network: Measuring cloud performance: A different approach needed

      IDG Contributor Network: Measuring cloud performance: A different approach needed

      As Lord Kelvin almost said, "To measure is to know." But this simple dictum is surprisingly hard to follow. For it really has two meanings.

      The first meaning is obvious: You cannot really know about something without measuring it. If you want to know how quickly an application works, for instance, take some key functions of the application and measure how long they take.

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    14. Demythologizing Cisco Part IV: Nobody Ever Got Fired for Buying Cisco

      Demythologizing Cisco Part IV: Nobody Ever Got Fired for Buying Cisco

      OK, I’ll admit it right out of the gate.  I don’t know of an instance in which a person got canned because they purchased products made by Cisco Systems.  But is this the end of the story?  It used to be said decades ago that, “Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM.”  This was a common statement because IBM essentially ruled the world of computing—to an extent even greater than Cisco rules the world of networking today—and it was perceived that, at the very least, going with IBM meant that one was safe from criticism whatever ...

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