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Cloud Foundry Foundation: Global 2000 Enterprises Converge on Santa Clara

Cloud Foundry Foundation: Global 2000 Enterprises Converge on Santa Clara

Global 2000 Enterprises Converge on Santa Clara

The Industry-Standard Multi-Cloud Platform Reports Strong Community Growth and Adds New Members Allstate, Dynatrace, Evoila, Gemalto, Hazelcast and Volkswagen

SAN FRANCISCO, CA –(Marketwired – May 23, 2016)Cloud Foundry Foundation, home of the industry-standard multi-cloud platform, kicked off the Cloud Foundry Summit today in Santa Clara, bringing together executives, developers and operators from the world’s largest organizations to discuss new ways to leverage multi-cloud strategies to accelerate business growth and innovation.

This week, more than 2,000 application developers, IT operations experts, technical managers, business leaders, service providers and Cloud Foundry core project contributors are expected to attend the Cloud Foundry Summit in Santa Clara to see how Allstate, BNY Mellon, Daimler, Ford Motor Company, GE Digital, Warner Music and others are using Cloud Foundry to support continuous innovation, unleash developers and deliver application portability in a multi-cloud world.

They are also getting a first look at Cloud Foundry advancements announced by members around the Summit including:

  • Apigee is Now Available on Pivotal Cloud Foundry
  • Brings Multi-Cloud Serverless Processing to Cloud Foundry Community
  • Cloud Foundry Beta Services Now available on SAP HANA Cloud Platform
  • Stark & Wayne Announces New Cloud Foundry Training Videos including Cloud Foundry on BOSH and Concourse CI

The Summit also features news of significant progress in the project, strong community growth and industry alignment including:

  • Six new members of the Cloud Foundry Foundation
  • Atos Cloud Foundry and GE Predix are the latest products to be qualified in the industry’s only certification program designed to establish reliable portability across PaaS products in multi-vendor, multi-cloud environments.

The shift to multi-cloud is happening faster than any other enterprise technology shift in history, and Cloud Foundry is at the heart of it,” said Sam Ramji, Cloud Foundry Foundation CEO. “Enterprises are delivering apps on cloud platforms best suited for specific application workloads. Cloud Foundry’s container-based architecture is perfectly suited for multi-cloud delivery and runs apps in any language, on any cloud. A robust services ecosystem and simple integration to existing technologies has helped Cloud Foundry grow from a community project to the industry standard for business apps.

Latest Certified PaaS members
Atos Cloud Foundry and GE Predix are the latest offerings to join the Cloud Foundry Certified PaaS program, the industry’s only certification program designed to establish reliable portability across PaaS products in multi-vendor, multi-cloud environments. They join a trusted group of certified products that include HPE Helion Cloud Foundry, Huawei FusionStage, IBM Bluemix, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, SAP HANA® Cloud Platform and Swisscom Application Cloud.

Increased Contributions/New Cloud Foundry Foundation Members
Development progress within the independent Cloud Foundry Foundation continues to accelerate through dramatic increases in contributions to the project.

With the addition of:

  • Allstate
  • Dynatrace
  • Evoila
  • Gemalto
  • Hazelcast
  • Volkswagen

Corporate membership has now grown to more than 60 vendor and end user organizations worldwide. Additionally, the Foundation announced today that Cisco is increasing its investment in the Foundation to a Platinum membership level. As a Platinum member, Cisco reinforces its commitment to Cloud Foundry.

Cloud Foundry Training
More than 130 engineers from 9 companies have completed or are in the process of completing Cloud Foundry training in Dojos in San Francisco, New York, Boston, Research Triangle Park and London, making up a growing team of dedicated committers who are working full-time on the project. The Cloud Foundry’s active user community has grown to more than 190 self-organized local groups, attracting more than 47,800 members from 105 cities in 48 countries worldwide.

Your Biggest Data Security Threat Could Be….

Your Biggest Data Security Threat Could Be….

Paying Attention To Data Security

Your biggest data security threat could be sitting next to you…

Data security is a big concern for businesses. The repercussions of a data security breach ranges from embarrassment, to costly lawsuits and clean-up jobs – particularly when confidential client information is involved.

But although more and more businesses are taking steps to improve data security, few are considering the most likely cause of such a threat: human error. According to our Voice of IT report, human error is perceived to be the biggest threat to an organisation’s IT security.

However, when looking within, there’s not one, but three personas to consider: careless employees, disgruntled employees, and uninformed employees.

Careless employees


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Some of the biggest and most embarrassing data breaches have been from employees taking information out of an organisation and accidentally leaving that information in a public place. In 2008, a USB stick containing a list of passwords for a UK government computer system was found in a car park pub in Staffordshire. The following year, a health worker from Lancashire lost a memory stick containing the personal details of more than 6,000 current and ex-prisoners (while the data was encrypted, the password had been written on the back of the USB pen.) In 2010, an Apple engineer accidentally left a prototype for the not-yet-released 4th generation iPhone in a bar in California. These are just a few of the most famous examples of employees accidentally leaving confidential data in public places.

The lesson here is that companies need to think long and hard about the information they’re willing to allow employees to take out of the business premises. These days, as more and more employees access emails and corporate files from mobile devices, this is especially important. An unlocked smartphone that’s logged into a company system can be just as dangerous as a USB drive with all the information already downloaded onto it.

Disgruntled employees


Disgruntled employees arguably pose the biggest threat of all. Depending on the seniority of the employee, an employee may not only have access to sensitive company information and documents, but also to networks, admin accounts, and data centres.

According to some cyber experts, the extremely costly 2014 Sony Pictures hack was not an attack from North Korea but the result of a disgruntled employee. Whether or not that’s true is still up for debate, but the fact that Sony is willing to entertain it highlights the fact that some employees have too much power and given an opportunity could cause serious problems.

The Sony Pictures hack isn’t the first example of a disgruntled IT employee wreaking havoc. In 2008, Los Angeles city network admin Terry Childs reset the passwords for the city’s FibreWan network. Childs, a very disgruntled employee, then refused to hand over the passwords and brought the city into a state of digital lockdown for several days.

While obviously Childs is very much to blame here, human error is also to blame on the part of his superiors, who gave him too much freedom and responsibility. The lesson here is that no matter how important an employee is, they shouldn’t be given too much digital freedom, particularly when it comes to admin rights. The more administrators there are for different sections of the business, the less damaging an internal attack will be.

It’s also important to remember that most attacks by disgruntled employees happen after an employee has been laid off. This gives most companies ample time to reset important passwords and prevent an attack from a future disgruntled employee.

Uninformed employees

Data security isn’t something that regularly crosses the minds of most employees.

In 2015, French TV station TV5Monde was taken off the air by hackers purporting to be a part of the Islamic State. TV5Monde’s website and social media accounts were both affected.

The following day, staff from TV5Monde were interviewed to discuss the attack in front of a wall which had several sheets of very sensitive company information stuck to it. According to several sources, the sheets of papers contained lists of the company’s social media accounts and passwords. Other footage from the interviews showed post-it notes on computers containing passwords for other important company accounts.

Ignoring the fact that some passwords were as simple as ‘youtubepassword’, the lesson here is to educate employees regularly on the importance of data security. While most employees won’t ever be interviewed on national television, there may be other ways that they could unwittingly share important company information. In the past social media, accident emails, accidental email attachments, and viruses have all resulted in sensitive company information being leaked outside of the company.

Therefore, proactivity is vital to the wellbeing of IT infrastructure. Along with training employees on best practice, some companies are investing in risk management software – combining big data analytics with an understanding of human behaviour – to identify internal threats before they strike.

Fear of the unknown is justified but, when it comes to security, the devil you know could be your biggest danger.

By George Foot

IMAX Reportedly Plans To Offer VR Viewing Experiences

IMAX Reportedly Plans To Offer VR Viewing Experiences

IMAX VR Viewing Experiences

IMAX is planning to open a first batch of physical venues for VR content, reports The Wall Street Journal. The company says it wants to create locations that offer virtual reality experiences more immersive than what consumers can get at home. The announcement follows yesterday’s news that the company is working with Google to create a cinema-quality VR camera, which is expected to be ready for commercial use a year and a half from now.

IMAX reportedly plans to open six VR locations worldwide in malls and multiplexes before the end of 2016, with the first destined for Los Angeles. After that, the company wants to expand to China. The venues will use VR headsets created by Swedish company Starbreeze which boast a wide and immersive field of vision (210 degrees compared to 110 degrees for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive). Starbeeze recently announced it was teaming up with Taiwanese firm Acer to develop the headsets…

Read Full Article Source: The Verge

Uber – Driverless In Pittsburgh

Uber – Driverless In Pittsburgh

Uber News

Uber Technologies Inc. gave a friendly heads-up to pedestrians and drivers in Pittsburgh, not to mention investors and competitors: The car on the road with all the strange-looking gizmos on top is learning how to drive itself.

A specially outfitted hybrid Ford Fusion—complete with radars, laser scanners and high resolution cameras to map details of the environment—will be on the streets of Pittsburgh in coming weeks, collecting mapping data and testing its self-driving abilities. Uber said a trained driver will be in the driver’s seat “monitoring operations” while the car is in self-driving mode.

The tests are part of Uber’s efforts, still in the early stages, to develop autonomous driving technology.

Self-driving cars have the potential to save millions of lives and improve quality of life for people around the world,” Uber said in a blog post on its site, citing a statistic that 94% of car accidents that result in the loss of live involve human error.

Read Full Article Source: The Wall Street Journal

Designer Tweaks And Tools In The Cloud

Designer Tweaks And Tools In The Cloud

Designing In The Cloud

Web- and cloud-based tools have been broadening individual and organizational prospects for some time, providing access to functionality otherwise inaccessible. Though flexible cloud services are now infiltrating just about every function imaginable, design is an area particularly well-supplied with cloud tools and innovations. Before even choosing the cloud-based design tools for use, cloud computing has transformed collaborative design processes into intuitive practices that allow real-time communication, maximized creativity, and practical administration. And once the project is up and running, designers have a plethora of cloud resources to choose from.

Design Tools A to Z

Today’s designers need access to research, typographic, and layout tools, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. They also need a strong base for tackling branding and presentation, photography and illustration. And behind all of these concerns, robust, hi-tech hardware to seamlessly run each tool selected. The vast number of options can be a little daunting, but getting in tune with what’s available promises gains in design quality and designer enthusiasm.

We’ve curated a small list of some of our favorites discovered at which provides a nice list of over 30 different design tools.

Collect and express ideas via the drag and drop interface of Niice. Search for inspiration, create your own moodboards, and collect your images in your very own private space. Now with sub-boards, Niice promises effortless presentations with boundless creativity.


A logo creation tool with countless customizations and alterations available; “create a logo in one minute or less” suggests GraphicSprings, but if it’s all too much for you, experienced graphic artists are standing by to assist.


A free online design tool that lets you collaborate with a team in the creation of websites and applications. Powerful design prototyping tools, seamless communication, design-driven project management.


For website design or application development, this online wireframing tool lets you create a mockup for initial approval before putting too many resources into the design work. “Show what’s important: the idea, the information, the interaction.

Creativity is often a collaborative effort, and Dribbble is the place to connect with designers from around the world. It’s a “show and tell” platform that encourages debate and feedback around a designer’s choices and takes some isolation out of the cloud design process.

A sketching and doodling app for taking notes, marking up photos, and creating diagrams, charts, and other drawings when pen and paper can’t be found.

From MuseWorks, PicLab lets you easily and attractively layer text over photos. With a wide range of fonts available, you’ve got control over size, positioning, color, and opacity. But don’t limit yourself; take advantage of the artwork and stickers, collage features, filters and creative overlays too.

Photo editing the easy way. PicMonkey lets you add dimension with one-click effects, and the advanced tools let you touch up photos like a pro. “Cool backgrounds, infinitely magnifiable overlays, scads of fonts.”

Upload an image, get a complimentary color palette. Easy as!

This online presentation software lets you combine videos, images and text, and then spice it all up with included effects. Run presentations as executable files or share directly from the app across social networking sites.

Create responsive grid templates in a jiffy; customize to suit your content quickly without the need for tricky and time-consuming calculations.

Helping designers create “visual and semantic designs”, Typecast checks your work for readability, rendering, and aesthetic value, and helps ensure uniformity across devices.

A free drag-and-drop application for creating stunning presentations. Customizable templates offer inspiration, and you’re able to access your presentation from anywhere on any device.

Cloud tools are ideal for building mockups, collaborating, brainstorming and just plain creating. Their flexibility and innovation tend to have a liberating effect as designers find themselves less restricted by rules and limited functions. And as a bonus, their value for money ensures accessibility almost as well as their form promises wide availability.

By Jennifer Klostermann

Google Enters The Personal Assistant Fray

Google Enters The Personal Assistant Fray

The Week In Tech

Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in tech this week.

The Google Assistant

Siri, Alexa and M have got company. But the new guest at the party has no name, choosing instead to go by the moniker “Google Assistant”. On Wednesday this week, Google parent company Alphabet unveiled its entry into the personal assistant arsenal being assembled by Apple, Amazon and Facebook. The small connected box will live in your home and attempt to make your life easier in a myriad of ways. New Google CEO Sundar Pachai is known to have a soft spot for artificial intelligence and the company plans to build on its 17 year history of searching the world, both online and offline. The Guardian reports that Google claims “its assistant is smarter and better able to work with its email, messaging, mapping and photo apps. And since Google makes software for smartphones, smartwatches and old-fashioned computers, Google says people will be able to have one conversation with multiple machines.” It’s still unclear which company is getting ahead in terms of this new tech playground but it seems our homes are about to be imminently disrupted.


Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Meets Disgruntled Conservatives

Meanwhile, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg met with a group of conservative commentators who claimed during the week that the social network and its selection of “Trending Topics” displays an editorial bias against conservatives, and even went so far as to call for a senate enquiry. CNN Money reports that “Zuckerberg did a lot of listening” during the meeting and let it run nearly fifteen minutes longer than its allotted hour.

Shortly thereafter Zuckerberg posted a comment on his own Facebook page, acknowledging that he ‘wanted to hear their concerns personally and have an open conversation about how we can build trust. I want to do everything I can to make sure our teams uphold the integrity of our products.’

The furore was an acknowledgement of the power that Facebook commands over news at the moment, but commentators have generally been impressed by how transparent and accommodating Facebook has been around the issue, while disputing that there is any deliberate bias in their trending story selections.

LinkedIn Password Breach

We should probably all be resetting our LinkedIn passwords this week, following the blog posting from that social network where it concludes that the data breach it suffered during 2012 was a lot worse than it imagined. At the time, LinkedIn responded by making password reset’s mandatory for the 6 million members affected, but this week the company discovered that number was well over 100 million. “Yesterday, we became aware of an additional set of data that had just been released that claims to be email and hashed password combinations of more than 100 million LinkedIn members from that same theft in 2012”, it wrote in a blog post.

The company has chosen a softer route of engagement this time around, suggesting to members that it’s a good idea to change passwords anyway after a certain amount of time, and that they will be monitoring and blocking “any suspicious activity that might occur on affected accounts.”

The Twitter Character Limit Increase 

And finally, Twitter made a couple of moves which are likely to please their notoriously opinionated users. Within the next two weeks, according to a Twitter insider, the popular micro-blogging platform will no longer count URL’s or images as being part of the 140 characters that define a tweet. Although some worry that it might lead to an increase of spam, most users seem broadly welcome of a move that will give them more breathing room while tweeting, while maintaining their rich media content.

By Jeremy Daniel

Educating Our Future Data Scientists

Educating Our Future Data Scientists

Future Data Scientists

Data scientists are one of the many sought-after IT professionals currently enjoying their pick of positions thanks to a general shortage of IT staff. Universities and colleges have created and continue to develop master’s programs attempting to address this skills shortage, and there’s additionally been a reliance on boot camps to help fill the gaps. However, undergraduate programs tailored to big data have been somewhat lacking in the past.

With the Department of Labor’s forecast of a 25% growth in data jobs by 2018, it’s no surprise that US colleges and universities are changing tactics and developing undergraduate programs that address big data skills requirements. The good news is there is growing interest in this field, which means a number of excellent publications and influencers are starting to cover this topic

Universities & Colleges with Data Science Undergrad Programs


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College of Charleston

Providing their own undergraduate program in data science, students complete internships at tech giants before choosing from 14 degree disciplines which include accounting, biomechanics, CRM, economics, exercise physiology, finance, geoinformatics, molecular biology, organismal biology, physics and astronomy, psychology, sociology, and supply chain management.


The Bachelor of Arts in Decision Analytics provided by DePaul teaches students practical applications of big data including the ethical collection and securing of data, analysis and communication of findings, and the development of solutions to data problems.

Drexel University

Starting in the fall of 2016, this Bachelors of Science Program in Data Science provides students with a well-rounded data education including the analysis and meaningful use of data, determining a business’s data needs, and securing data.

University of Iowa

This Bachelor’s Degree in Business Analytics and Information Systems claims a 100% placement rate and provides two degree tracks. Business analytics revolves around the improvement of business’ data strategy and the building of new processes while the information systems stream focuses on managing technologies that collect, store, and secure data.

Ohio State University

The data analytics program offered by this university provides an interdisciplinary major thanks to a bachelor of science degree from the College of Arts and Sciences through partnerships with the Fisher College of Business, the College of Engineering, and the College of Medicine. Students are able to specialize either in biomedical, business analytics, or computational analytics, covering a range of industries requiring data scientists.

University of San Francisco

Providing majors in data science focusing on computer science and mathematics, the University of San Francisco program promises students a wealth of mathematical, computational, and statistical skills. Students choose between the three streams of mathematical data science, computational data science, and economic data science and courses range from linear algebra to microeconomics to programming.

University of Wisconsin

Through their undergraduate degree in Data Science and Predictive Analytics, University of Wisconsin students receiving not only an education in data science but are also lectured in business and the application of big data concepts. Skills taught include mining and collection of data, analysis of data, and the creation of data visualizations, preparing students for work in fields across finance, marketing, economics, management, and more.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

The program at Worcester Polytechnic Institute earns students both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Data Science as well as a master’s degree. With research across almost every industry, students will find few limitations to their big data education.

Free Big Data Programs


Of course, formal education programs are not the only providers of big data skills. A number of online courses have emerged helping job seekers beef up their big data and analytics skills covering topics such as machine learning, Hadoop, and various programming languages. Udemy offers Big Data Basics: Hadoop, MapReduce, Hive, Pig, & Spark aimed at beginners interested in the tech foundations of the big data ecosystem, and for slightly more advanced students, the Hadoop Starter Kit offers access to a multi-node Hadoop training cluster. Introduction to Spark, R Basics – R Programming Language Introduction, and Python for Beginners with Examples provide primers for some of the different skills data scientists need while MIT’s Artificial Intelligence course teaches students to develop intelligent systems. These and many other short courses provide an excellent starting point for those interested in data science while the programs being drawn up by top colleges and universities are advancing quickly to meet industry skills needs.

By Jennifer Klostermann

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