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Lack of platform maturity, poor third party integration, no cross platform interop and heavy dependence on smartphones for most functions put them strictly in the early adopter category.
Your "things" may be connected to the Internet, but for the most part, they aren't connected to each other. It doesn't have to be that way.
Containers, converged networks and hardware commoditization will greatly influence your future cloud and datacenter strategy.
Amazon's entry into the home entertainment market is an interesting first try, but the company needs to bring the price down and expand its content ecosystem for it it be competitive with other cloud connected home devices.
We don't need to go shooting any lawyers, and you don't need a licensing expert to figure things out for you. The answer is clear: Move as much of your software to SaaS and to the cloud as you can.
802.11ac Wave 2 is equipped to handle the massive proliferation of mobile devices on enterprise and consumer Wi-Fi networks.
It seems like only yesterday for the Gen X crowd, but it was 30 years ago that some of the most influential innovations in consumer technology were introduced.
Software developers are all excited about Docker and containerization technology. But what does it mean for your enterprise and your cloud adoption plans?
What if we all had the option of voting electronically using a mobile device or personal computer instead of at a poll station?
Are your friends silly for Hillary? Crazy for Cruz? Facebook is alive with all sorts of requests to share annoying negative political posts and graphics. Here's how to mute most of it.
Yes, Fire Phone failed. But an Amazon smartwatch could rule the wearables market, leveraging the analytics power of AWS and the company's massive ecommerce.
What should these wearables really cost? $10,000? $500? $350? $200? How about $30?
Want to build storage out like a hyperscale cloud provider? Then forget expensive and proprietary SAN and NAS frames.
Jason Perlow is the Grinch who stole Christmas. Here's why he's giving technology writers a lump of coal.
With no solid business productivity apps, as well as continually perpetuating the 'toxic hellstew', Google's mobile OS is still missing from my personal tech stable two years after I abandoned it. But there's some hope for it yet.
For Jason Perlow, and millions of young TV viewers, Nimoy's portrayal of Star Trek's Mr. Spock was an inspiration to enter the fields of science and technology.
It was the perfect combination of compactness, just enough processor power and upgradeability that made it an excellent value for many Mac users. But now I can't recommend it anymore.
All off this gadget tech has potential impact in the enterprise even though it may land with consumers first.
By the end of the decade the Consumer Electronics Show will be no more.
Oh brave new Cloud, that has such technology in it!