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An Optimal Path for the Internet of Things By Dave Ginsburg To-date, we’ve deployed our technology for enterprise file sharing, backup and recovery, voice, ad serving, and financial services.  But what’s next?  If we look out a year or two, how does our solution intersect the Internet of Things?  Is IoT only dribs and drabs of data across a cellular network, or is it more?   The figure below from the GSMA segments IoT into three buckets, and provides some insight. Fixed applications requiring low latency include both high bandwidth services such as surveillance, as well as lower bandwidth services such as the smart grid.  But it isn't just getting the data to-and-fro.  A central premise of IoT is being able to action the data in real-time, possibly through some evolution of IBM's Watson.   Within IoT, in most cases the remote device is not truly intelligent due to c... (more)

The New Age of the Internet | @CloudExpo #IoT #AWS #DevOps

The New Age of the Internet By Ameer Abbas Enterprises and service providers are moving to cloud.  Cloud providers are expanding their infrastructure, reach and ease of adoption.  Users are becoming mobile, they access their information and services on their personal mobile devices first.  We have seen game changers like Netflix and AirBnB become vastly successful by using the power of public cloud as their infrastructure of choice.  Service providers like Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle are quickly moving their services to cloud, offering them as a SaaS subscription.  So why are we... (more)

The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same By @DaveGinsburg | @CloudExpo #Cloud

Super Bowl 50 - The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same By Dave Ginsburg This next weekend our city hosts Super Bowl 50, a week-long media and megastar frenzy overlaid with streaming video, stadium WiFi that may actually work, and for the lucky few in downtown SF, Verizon microcells, a precursor to 5G. But wind the clock back to the winter of 1967. Super Bowl 1, Bart Starr and the Green Bay Packers. Retweet and follow @teridionnet and win great SB50 swag! - Check out our twitter feed for details! A world before the Internet, cable, or satellite TV, smartphones, PCs, DV... (more)

Are CDNs Safe?

Think of CloudBleed as sitting down at a restaurant, supposedly at a clean table, and in addition to being handed a menu, you're also handed the contents of the previous diner's wallet. ... (more)

Teridion Demonstrates Resilience to Today's DDoS Attack

Many major web properties have been impacted by the massive DDoS attack on the Dyn domain service. ... (more)