Microsoft to acquire Canesta, maker of the a technology used to enable human gestures to control electronic devices. Microsoft's purchase of Canesta indicates a continues move towards natural user interfaces across all devices and further supports their commitment to the technology of Natural User Interfaces.
Canesta, the developer of NUIs will be purchased by Microsoft
Research results provide insight into current DevOps security practices at both large and mid-sized enterprises, and highlight multiple gaps that still exist between the opportunity to have security as a natural part of DevOps and the reality of current implementations.
Thanks to the pervasive use of virtualization, hybrid cloud, and software–defined architectures — enterprise IT infrastructures are impossibly complex. Performance monitoring solutions are critical for enabling IT teams to identify key bottlenecks and emergent issues, for understanding which workloads are more demanding in terms of resource contention, and for cost effective capacity and resource planning. Read this IDC Customer Spotlight for a glimpse into real–world implementations and use …