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IBM Launches Quarks Open Source Development Tool To Build Efficient IoT Apps

Source: Tech News – Enterprise
Binary code floating in streams. IBM introduced a new open source development tool today called Quarks, which is supposed to help manufacturers and programmers develop efficient applications based on Internet of Things (IoT) sensor data. Quarks is actually based on the IBM Streams product, a proprietary enterprise tool for processing large amounts of live data, but it’s been designed from the ground up to… Read MoreIBM Launches Quarks Open Source Development Tool To Build Efficient IoT Apps

IBM Launches New Mainframe With Focus On Security And Hybrid Cloud

Source: Tech News – Enterprise
24896350216_7db0b77717_k Mainframes aren’t dead yet. IBM is launching a new version of its z13 mainframe for mid-sized enterprises today that introduces a number of new security features. With up to 4 TB of RAM, the z13s also supports 8x as much memory as IBM’s previous single-frame mainframes. IBM also says the z13s offers faster processing speeds than some of its previous mainframes in this price range,… Read MoreIBM Launches New Mainframe With Focus On Security And Hybrid Cloud

Hulu Comes To Windows 10

Source: Microsoft more
Hulu Live Tiles 1 Hulu’s streaming service was already available on nearly all major platforms, including desktop, mobile, tablet, gaming consoles and other TV-connected devices. However, it was lacking support for one major computing platform: Windows 10. That changes today, as Microsoft and Hulu announce a new version of Hulu application, which includes Windows 10 specific features like Live Tiles… Read More
Hulu Comes To Windows 10

When Away

Source: SANS security tip
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When Away

Gravitational Helps Deliver Software On-Prem And In Cloud From Single Code Base

Source: Tech News – Enterprise
Servers sitting on clouds. Gravitational, a graduate of the Y Combinator 2015 class set out solve a very difficult problem for companies — how to deliver software in the cloud and on-premises from a single code base.
Without a solution like the one from Gravaitional, companies would have to maintain two sets of code, which is simply too costly for most companies to pull off. That meant these companies were… Read MoreGravitational Helps Deliver Software On-Prem And In Cloud From Single Code Base