Is The CIA Concerned About The Internet Of Things?

Is The CIA Concerned About The Internet Of Things?

Is The CIA Concerned About The Internet Of Things? A recent forum on the future of warfare at the Aspen Security Centre in Colorado established that one of the major geo-security threats of the coming decades would be the internet of things – specifically the embedding of computers, sensors and internet capabilities into everyday objects. But why is the CIA worried? Dawn Meyerriecks, the Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Science and…

Cloud Infographic: What’s On The Market In Wearable Tech

Cloud Infographic: What’s On The Market In Wearable Tech

Cloud Infographic: What’s On The Market In Wearable Tech As the potential for technology continues its sprint outside of the boundaries that society once thought to be far more than possible, it became very apparent that there would no longer be a natural progression for the gadgets of the future. It wasn’t a matter of limitations–there were none–but more of a matter of convincing consumers that they needed a gadget that was perceived as a…

Powering The Internet Of Things

Powering The Internet Of Things

Powering The Internet Of Things The Internet of Things is designed on the premise that sensors can be embedded in everyday object to help monitor and track them. The scope of this is huge – for example, the sensors could monitor and track everything from the structural integrity of bridges and buildings to the health of your heart. Unfortunately, one of the biggest stumbling blocks to widespread adoption at the moment is finding a way…

Cloud Infographic – Google Glass Wearable Tech In 2015

Cloud Infographic – Google Glass Wearable Tech In 2015

Cloud Infographic – Google Glass Wearable Tech In 2015 There has been much discussion surrounding Google Glass. From the actual cost of the parts to a DIY faux glass version to some of the wondrous things you can do with them.  It’s safe to say that this is an intriguing product with millions and possibly billions talking about it. Provided is a very cool infographic discovered via GoGlasses.fr which presents a thorough listing of Google Services…

Cloud Infographic: Tornado Proof Reflective Roof – U.S Data Centers

Cloud Infographic: Tornado Proof Reflective Roof – U.S Data Centers

Cloud Infographic: Tornado Proof Reflective Roof – U.S Data Centers CloudTweaks has covered some interesting topics and data centers is always one that seems to pique the interest and curiosity of our readers. If it’s Data center downtime, Clandestine locations to Data center growth there is much to discover. Included is an infographic provided by WhoIs HostingThis.com which offers an interesting insight into U.S Data Centers.

Powering Up The Cloud

Powering Up The Cloud

Powering Up The Cloud Battery life has been the biggest problem for almost all smartphone users, but manufacturers have rarely been seen trying to accommodate the user’s needs in this department. A high-end smartphone these days won’t last you a day if your performance is moderate to heavy. This need of smartphone users for more battery power has allowed the charge cases and external battery manufacturing companies to flourish over the years. Lithium is considered…

Putting The SUPER In Information Superhighway

Putting The SUPER In Information Superhighway

Putting The SUPER In Information Superhighway With more businesses relying on the cloud for their IT infrastructure (or to deliver products to their customers), 802.11ac provides a great advantage. The move to the cloud has increased the amount of traffic on the networks and even with the increased speed and bandwidth of 802.11ac, this move requires proper network analysis and troubleshooting to ensure reliability. Provided is an infographic courtesy of Jay Botelho, Director of product…

Reforming Healthcare With The Internet of Everything

Reforming Healthcare With The Internet of Everything

The Internet of Everything The human body is a hugely complicated organism that for hundreds of thousands of years has relied on nature to be the primary judge of health, longevity and ability. But now the Internet of Everything has opened up new opportunities in health management, medicine, diet, and the environment that promise greater accuracy of diagnoses, greater sharing of knowledge and greater chance of proactive involvement in one’s personal health, not only for…