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With Standing room only at this weeks US Senate hearing on the privacy being afforded to those who choose to live with a smartphone at their side 24/7, Microsoft made a commitment to stop IDing mobile devices running the Windows Phone 7 Operating System. Obviously this will mean another WP7 update in the near future thus disabling the on-board location-tracking services on the OS or rendering them inert. All this, clearly a jab at both Apple's iOS and Google's Android OS who's authors have yet to provide the same move forward to protecting our write to privacy.
In a historic announcement, Microsoft actually agrees to make efforts to protect our basic human right to privacy, Google and Apple have yet to act responsibly with our freedom.
The hunger for IIoT-enabled solutions is driving companies to seek out reliable, secure IIoT platforms that can handle industrial-grade IoT capabilities. What features and capabilities should companies expect in an IIoT platform?
Until now, developing an IIoT solution has required the costly, time-intensive effort of platform building, as developers create technology stacks from scratch to handle the hardware, firmware, software, edge computing, analytics, business systems integration, and more.
IT is in a continual battle to simplify and "do more with the same, or less," but the continued growth of data has drastically increased the complexity and cost of deploying, managing, and processing data using traditional IT infrastructure components. One key component — enterprise storage and the underlying software that controls the storage — is fortunately evolving nearly as fast as the data is growing. This ESG Lab Review documents the results of hands-on testing of the WekaIO Matrix …