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  • Apr 29, 2014

    Full Nest: What’s Google Going To Do With All That Data?

    You probably know that Google bought Nest - makers of the popular “learning thermostat” — for $3.2 billion earlier this year. The device in question collects data about a household’s energy use and entry and exit patterns in an effort to conserve energy a

  • May 6, 2014

    SQL 2014 – Bringing Sexy Back To Databases

    For the average person that uses the internet, they probably have no idea just how many databases they are touching at any given moment and certainly no idea of how much data is being collected and stored while they click, shop and surf the web.

  • May 20, 2014

    Why Buy Red Hat When You Can Get Linux For Free?

    This is the eighth year that Red Hat has been doing an Innovation Award as part of the event. From their web page about the award: “Each year, Red Hat recognizes the technological achievements of individuals, companies, and partners worldwide that demonst

  • Jun 10, 2014

    Series 6: The 6 Key Attributes of Intelligent Systems-Connectivity

    In my last two posts about the six key attributes of Intelligent Systems, I’ve explained the foundational attributes — identity and security — that make Intelligent Systems a viable proposition.

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