H.264 is a codec--technology to encode and decode video--that's widely used in video cameras, Blu-ray players, online video streaming, and more. It's built into Adobe Systems Flash Player browser plug-in, but most people don't know or need to know it's there. Mozilla hasn't exactly kept silent on their disdain for the patent-encumbered video technology known as H.264, or Microsoft for that matter. And with Microsoft being such a fan of the H.264 technology it should be no surprise that they will provide their arch enemy with a plug-in that will allow Windows 7 users access to use it in whichever browser they prefer.
A little boost to Mozilla FireFox, from Microsoft?
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Security teams looking to extend their network perimeter defenses with an attack and breach detection capability are discovering that a hosted SIEM gets them up and running faster. IBM QRadar on Cloud is a market–leading, trusted solution that can be easily extended with apps and add–ons for user behavior analytics and cognitive security.
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Despite the popularity of cloud software, many companies are reluctant to move their contact centers to the cloud. This white paper breaks down cloud architecture, the benefits of cloud and the difference between cloud and on-premise systems. It's a helpful resource for companies who are curious about cloud contact center software but have reservations. It offers practical explanations, extensive research and a guide to selecting the right cloud contact center vendor.