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April 14, 2015 By NASA

GLOBE Data Entry

GLOBEs Data Entry App allows you to enter GLOBE protocol data directly from your iOS device for any of GLOBEs protocols. After an initial...

May 25, 2012 by

Microsoft and IBM push OData standardisation

Microsoft, IBM, SAP and others have moved to make the Microsoft-derived Open Data Protocol an official international standard.The Open Data Protocol (OData) is used for data-sharing, which makes it an obvious candidate for standardisation.

April 2, 2012 by

BI, analytics market hit US$12.2B in 2011

Business intelligence, analytics, and performance management software are second-fastest growing sector in enterprise software market, as it remains top IT priority in companies and expand outside of IT to business objectives, report reveals.

February 23, 2012 by

Software-defined networks hit the road

There's a new way of datacentre networking coming down the road: software-defined networking (SDN). Powered by the Open Flow protocol, the idea is that the control plane -- the intelligence that routes packets -- is separated from the data plane -- the mechanism that actually shunts packets from one port to another.

May 15, 2013 By Python Software Foundation

Python (64-bit)

Python (64-bit) is an object oriented programming language. Clean syntax, high-level data structures, dynamic typing, and rich support...

April 4, 2011 by

Gearing up for IPv6

With World IPv6 Day approaching, industry players advise how companies both large and small can prepare themselves for the newer Internet protocol, and reiterate most users will not be affected.

December 3, 2010 by

Preventing your own 'WikiLeaks' data leakage!

Whether you support of condone WikiLeaks and its publication of the leaked cables grabbed from the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) system, it's clear from the emails that I've been receiving that the incident has sparked concern amongst people who fear that data could be easily liberated from their business.

October 31, 2010

The govt's data retention dreams revealed

The Attorney-General's Department is looking into a data retention regime that would require internet service providers (ISPs) to log all of your communications, including the internet protocol (IP) address at each end, the date, time, duration and location. What, exactly, is on their mind? And how did this come about?

April 28, 2010 by

Gmail a go go

Despite my concerns about Google’s überdominance (All Your Data Are Belong To Us), I think many of their web apps are pretty darned useful, and Gmail tops my list. I have Gmail set up with the IMAP mail protocol, using Google Apps for my domain name, so that I can use the Evolution client on Ubuntu, and then when out of the office I can use the Gmail webmail functionality.

March 17, 2010 by

Microsoft, the champion of open data?

While Internet Explorer 9 may have had the limelight on MIX’s second day, Microsoft also made significant moves towards data accessibility with further announcements around its Open Data Protocol, and the release of the second CTP of its Codename “Dallas” data set marketplace.Asking the questions, “How do you enable many experiences?


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