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This Week In Tech: Streaming TV Wars, Tesla and EMCWorld

This Week In Tech: Streaming TV Wars, Tesla and EMCWorld

EMCWorld takes over Las Vegas

The world of streaming content got a lot more interesting this week, following the revelation that Google has been plotting a web TV service since 2012, and now is scheduled to launch it in 2017. According to Bloomberg Technology, “YouTube is working on a paid subscription service called Unplugged that would offer customers a bundle of cable TV channels streamed over the Internet”. Not to be outdone, Hulu is planning to begin live streaming shows next year, including live sports, news and events, to viewers who don’t necessarily have a cable TV subscription.

Tesla Motors

One year after Tesla Motors unveiled its revolutionary Powerwall home solar systems to an adoring public, the company has begun its first wave of residential installations in the United States. In a letter to shareholders this week, the company revealed that it had delivered more than 2500 pre-ordered Powerwalls and 100 Powerpacks in North America, Asia, Europe and Africa.

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In other Tesla-related news, the company’s stock price jumped overnight on news that it expected to produce half a million cars annually, two years ahead of schedule. Clearly, the issues of delivery have been addressed by Elon Musk and the Tesla team.

Pressure Cooker

Apple CEO Tim Cook found himself in the unusual position of having to reassure investors, following a few weeks where the quarterly results disappointed. Apple revealed that sales of the iPhone were down for the first time in 13 years, and billionaire investor Carl Icahn sold his stake in the company due to fears over Apple’s growth in China. But Cook hit back hard, and was bullish about both the Apple Watch and the upcoming iPhone 7, telling Jim Cramer on CNBC’s Mad Money that “We are going to give you things that you can’t live without, that you just don’t even know you need today. You will look back and wonder: ‘How did I live without this?’”

Global Titans

The EMC World conference has been the focal point of global tech titans this week as the industry converges to collaborate around issues of modernization, automation and transformation. Keynote speakers included Michael Dell of Dell Computers, Joe Tucci, the CEO of EMC Corportation and Nina Tandon, co-founder and CEO of Epibone, not to mention instructor-led vLabs, a World Solutions Expo and a performance from timeless rock band, Duran Duran.

Finally, a 10-year old boy in Finland was awarded US$10 000 from Facebook after he discovered a security-threatening bug in the code of the photo-sharing app, Instagram, which was purchased by Facebook for a billion dollars in 2012. The kid told the Guardian newspaper that “tested whether the comments section of Instagram can handle harmful code. Turns out it can’t. I noticed that I can delete other people’s comments from there. I could have deleted anyone’s – like Justin Bieber’s for example – comments.

The unnamed child hasn’t let the money go to his head though, his big plan is to use the cash to buy a bike.

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Microsoft And The Public Cloud Boom

Microsoft And The Public Cloud Boom

The Microsoft Public Cloud

According to JP Morgan analysts Doug Anmuth, Sterling Auty, Philip Cusick, Rod Hall, and Mark Murphy, the cloud computing movement is “entering a new phase.” Implications are apparently positive for Amazon, though weak for Oracle, SAP, and other traditional IT vendors. Based on a survey of 207 CIOs at organizations with budgets in excess of $600 million per year, a significant insight is that the adoption of the public cloud is likely to increase markedly in the next few years. Say the JP Morgan analysts, “In our view, a near- tripling of the public-Cloud-based workload mix represents a monumental architectural shift, which shows no signs of abating and is likely to create a major ripple effect across the entire technology landscape.”

Microsoft on Top?

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In response to the question, “Which IT mega-vendor will be most critical and indispensable to your organization’s IT environment in the future, and why?” Microsoft easily took first place with 47% of the vote. Trailing far behind is Amazon (AWS) with 13%, Cisco with 12%, and Oracle with 11%. But AWS’s arrival in second place has the analysts lauding a “potentially momentous changing of the guard,” and they remark, “CIOs describe AWS as ‘…a transformative power whose impacts will be felt in technology, process, development, etc.’; they state that ‘a lot of IT assets will be migrating to AWS over the next 12 months or so’; they comment on a ‘Paradigm shift – AWS enabled everything to be hosted in the cloud’; and finally, one CIO stated that ‘We are going all in with AWS and will add IoT and machine learning….’”

Public Cloud Thwarting Some Big Vendor Efforts

The shift, however, does not bode well for the likes of IBM, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Oracle, Dell, and EMC, the organizations which topped the list of losers. Though worries such as security and data protection still impede public cloud adoption, cloud computing expert David Linthicum states, “I don’t think anything happens overnight — it becomes a systemic evolution… I think more people use cloud than tend to report it… And I think someday, we may perhaps not even call it cloud — it’s just basically computing, the ability to leverage outsourced resources on demand and ultimately finding ways to be more cost-effective.”

Because some organizations haven’t fully embraced the cloud, they are experiencing severe disruptions as consumers shift to public cloud providers like Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. 

By Jennifer Klostermann

News: Cloud Tech Giants Earnings Report

News: Cloud Tech Giants Earnings Report

Cloud Tech Giants

The five biggest U.S. technology companies have shown they can dominate a massive market. Investors are waiting to see if they can replicate that success.

Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon.com are worth a combined $2.2 trillion, and are five of the 10 most valuable businesses in the S&P 500. That’s a big bet on staying power. With their core markets maturing, the tech leaders will provide critical updates on the status of new businesses in their first-quarter earnings reports.

Amazon has made the most headway establishing a second act with its Amazon Web Services division, which is on pace to generate $10 billion in annual revenue. With a far higher profit margin than its e-commerce business, Amazon has attracted a whole new class of investors that view the company as a computing pioneer.

But Microsoft and Google are investing heavily in their own clouds and competing with AWS for the rapid shift in dollars from traditional data centers to the cloud.

Microsoft’s challenge is proving it can expand without sacrificing the fat margins it captures in its legacy Windows business. Meanwhile, practically all of Google’s revenue comes from online advertising, and the search leader has to show it can build and sell services to large corporations.

One of the broadest trends in technology today is this massive shift to cloud computing — towards small business, medium-size and large-size enterprises moving more and more of their processes, their workloads and their databases up into the cloud,” said Mark Mahaney, an internet analyst at RBC Capital Markets. “The company that’s most driving that and most benefiting from that has been and we think will continue to be Amazon...”

Read The Full Article: CNBC

Ford Fusion IoT Sensors Can Help Navigate In Pitch Darkness

Ford Fusion IoT Sensors Can Help Navigate In Pitch Darkness

Ford Fusion IoT Sensors

Ford is hard at work testing autonomous technology in a fleet of self-driving Fusion Hybrid sedan prototypes, and the automaker is pretty proud of just how well the car’s sensors perform. If fact, the LIDAR (a laser-range-finding technology) mounted atop the Ford Fusion Hybrid can see perfectly well even in pitch darkness with the car’s headlights turned off.

Although Ford self-driving cars will use regular cameras, too, the video below is intended to show just how much data the LIDAR sensor produces. By shooting out millions of laser pulses per second and measuring how long it takes for them to be reflected back to the sensor, the car’s computers can build an accurate map of its surroundings…

Full Article Source: AutomobileMag

Microsoft vs Amazon and the Public Cloud War

Microsoft vs Amazon and the Public Cloud War

Public Cloud War Continues

Microsoft Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie has fired back at Amazon in the ongoing public cloud wars, announcing a set of new capabilities for Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.

Guthrie showed off a variety of new capabilities for Azure during a keynote address on Thursday, the second day of Microsoft’s Build developer conference. The features  include a new Azure Functions service, which lets developers set up functions that activate whenever a particular event happens.

Developers don’t have to set up the compute capabilities necessary to run the function, either: Azure handles all of that for them.

It’s a direct competitor to the Amazon Web Services Lambda service, which provides developers with similar functionality. Both services are interesting because they allow developers to create functions in the cloud and run them without having to worry about managing infrastructure, something we’re likely to see even more of as the public cloud market matures…

Full Article Source: PCworld/IDG News Service

Is FBI set to open encrypted iPhone: Report

Is FBI set to open encrypted iPhone: Report

Israel’s Cellebrite, a provider of mobile forensic software, is helping the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s attempt to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California shooters, the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported on Wednesday.

If Cellebrite succeeds, then the FBI will no longer need the help of Apple Inc, the Israeli daily said, citing unnamed industry sources.

Cellebrite officials declined to comment on the matter.

Apple is engaged in a legal battle with the U.S. Justice Department over a judge’s order that it write new software to disable passcode protection on the iPhone used by the shooter.

The two sides were set to face off in court on Tuesday, but on Monday a federal judge agreed to the government’s request to postpone the hearing after U.S. prosecutors said a “third party” had presented a possible method for opening an encrypted iPhone.

The development could bring an abrupt end to the high-stakes legal showdown which has become a lightning rod for a broader debate on data privacy in the United States…

Full Article Source: Reuters

How Collaboration Technology Is Shaping the Modern Workplace

How Collaboration Technology Is Shaping the Modern Workplace

Collaboration Technology

Thanks to the innovation and constant developments of the Cloud, organizations have a global reach both front of house with regards to customer access, service delivery, and product expansion, as well as in the backbone of their establishments via remotely located employees and offices. Statista forecasts the number of smartphone users to reach 2.08 billion in 2016, making it clear that now, more than ever before, we are a mobile world.

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This increase in mobile connectivity has fostered a culture of real-time communication and instant gratification, and successful organizations take advantage of this immediacy of information.

Instant Information

Though business collaboration tools connecting divided employees have long been available, recent technology has made them practical, user-friendly, and immediate. Multisite offices communicate promptly with one another, and remote workers need never be out of the loop. Moreover, getting a team together for a meeting need not be a scheduling ordeal should collaboration tools that make it possible to connect via any device from anywhere be implemented.

Teamwork

Effective teamwork promotes organizational strength through unity and support, and a recent study from Dimension Data found that collaboration technology is essential to driving teamwork. Properly informed and connected teams are better able to work in harmony and thereby accomplish tasks quickly and deliver promptly. Furthermore, making relevant materials and information instantly accessible, with updates and revisions immediately implemented, can reduce duplication of effort, diminish time requirements, and improve employee satisfaction and working relationships.

Face-to-Face Interaction Surmounting Remote Challenges

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Though the telephone, and more recently email, make it possible to communicate quickly, these tools have never quite managed to achieve the level of communication that face-to-face engagements accomplish. Just as a picture paints a thousand words, so visual communication provides the necessary appreciation of emotion and nuance conveyed through body language. With better communication comes greater cooperation, enriched comprehension, and fruitful collaboration.

Collaboration Technology


BogdanCarstoiuToday’s collaboration technology is quickly advancing, and effective systems provide the tools for satisfying teamwork through instant information and superior interpersonal communication. Says Bogdan Carstoiu, CEO of Hubgets, “[People]
want instant communication because they have it everywhere outside the office and it’s a great way to stay in touch with everyone.” Hubgets delivers a user-friendly solution that breaks down distance barriers, keeps track of and organizes communications, and unites employees, whilst carefully guarding against intrusion through intuitive features designed from ground up to reduce interruptions and enable users to take charge of their time. “Our challenge,” explains Carstoiu, “was to build an application that doesn’t abuse people’s time and limits the number of interruptions. This is totally different to what most apps try – to capture the entire user attention.”

Successful businesses are no longer relying on email chains and second-hand telephone conversations that tend to lose track of core focuses with each forward or rendition, but instead are shaping their workplaces to be efficient, information-driven, and concentrated hubs that provide fulfilling and gratifying engagement through better collaboration technology. Hubgets is a browser-based collaboration solution that helps employees instantly share knowledge through chat, voice, and video, eliminating distractions and contrivances which interfere with productivity. The app solves the paradox of keeping employees connected and well informed while providing them with a collaborative environment that allows them to take hold of their time and focus on their work.

Designed to natively gather and centralize the information available in communication flows between employees and with people outside the company, Hubgets creates a valuable knowledge base that all employees benefit from. The advanced search engine at the core of the app enables employees to instantly find the information they need. Due to the instant access to the knowledge produced on projects and tasks, employees work more efficiently and deliver end-results much faster.

In Hubgets, communication flows converge into workflows that remain transparent at all times. Managers have full visibility over work progress and can track information flowing in and out the company. By working with that kind of transparency and having the tools to access, use, and reuse the company knowledge, employees and managers are much more likely to become more productive and achieve business goals.

By Jennifer Klostermann

Avaya Reimagines The Possibilities Of Communications With Zang

Avaya Reimagines The Possibilities Of Communications With Zang

Possibilities of Communications with Zang

Zang delivers the first all-in-one cloud communication and applications-as-a-service platform that lets anyone build custom, communications-enabled apps

Enterprise Connect 2016, Orlando, Fla. Booth #1707—March 9, 2016— Avaya today unveiled Zang,™ an innovative cloud communications platform and communication applications- as- a-service that revolutionizes the way businesses can use communications to connect with their customers and employees.

With 79% of IT teams currently developing apps for customers, partners and employees, 100% cloud-based Zang offers easy to use drag and drop tools, pre-built applications and robust APIs that make it possible for anyone to leverage the best of the web to quickly build and deploy applications that communications-enable consumer or enterprise applications and services.

What’s unique and exciting about Zang?

  • Zang combines a communications platform-as-a service (cPaaS) with rapid app development, which allows quick and easy creation of infinitely customizable communication experiences.
  • Zang communication applications work standalone or can be embedded into other applications, providing ultimate flexibility.
  • Out-of-the-box applications like Zang’s persistent team collaboration solution scales from a few users to thousands that are secure and accessible from mobile and desktop devices.
  • Zang connects popular collaboration apps like Google Hangouts with business solutions like Salesforce.com or SAP for a seamless user experience.
  • Zang comes with simple SDKs, sample apps and the ability to use other third-party communications apps, which speed adoption and value creation.

Smart apps built on Zang allow people to define how they want to work and connect. Zang enables easy “click-to-connect” communications with high quality video, chat, voice, SMS and document sharing from mobile, web or desktop environments. Unlike other solutions today that offer rudimentary APIs, Zang’s highly interoperable platform provides complete workflow automation and sophisticated application development capabilities. This means developers end-users can use Zang apps with other communications apps like Cisco Spark, Skype for Business, and Google Hangouts to enable every day work applications and customers’ favorite touch-points.

Zang is already proven with customers. Thousands of developers have been using Zang’s communications services, including TelTech Corporation, whose TapeACall app is currently the #4 top grossing app in the business category of the iTunes app store.

The Zang communications platform is now available in the U.S. Companies that want to add voice and SMS capabilities to their mobile and web applications and services can do so by signing up for Zang services at http://www.zang.io.

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The confluence of cloud applications and marketplaces with the ubiquity and availability of mobile devices is driving a focus on communication as an escalation point from within other applications. Companies are looking to augment existing environments with open and extensible API-based apps that can syndicate a number of app services to quickly deliver mass scale for the user base.”

— Vanessa Thompson, research vice president, Collaboration & Communities, IDC

We are truly excited to unveil Zang today in front of thousands at the Enterprise Connect event. With Zang, Avaya continues to change the way companies communicate with customers and employees. Zang helps connect the right people to the right information at the right time via the right communications media to drive better outcomes.

–Gary E. Barnett, SVP and GM, Avaya Engagement Solutions

Similar to how WordPress made it easy to design a website, Zang enables anyone to build and deploy a communications app without needing technical expertise.  For instance, with Zang’s drag-and-drop functionality, an office manager at the dentist can create a personalized mobile app for patients to automate reminders. The possibilities are limited only to the imaginations of end-users.

–Mohammad Nezarati, GM, Zang, Inc. 

Note to the media: join a live teleconference with Gary Barnett and Mo Nezarati at 11:45 a.m. Eastern  to hear additional details.  Dial: 888-632-3384    Conference ID: AV0309

Listeners should access the call 10 minutes before the start time to ensure they are connected prior to the beginning of the call.  A replay of the conference call will be available beginning at 1:30 p.m. Eastern on March 9 and available through March 12, 2016. Replay dial in: 800-727-5306 or 402-220-2670. Conference ID: AV0309

Salesforce Research: 2016 State of IT Report  

About Avaya

Avaya is a leading provider of solutions that enable customer and team engagement across multiple channels and devices for better customer experience, increased productivity and enhanced financial performance. Its world-class contact center and unified communications technologies and services are available in a wide variety of flexible on-premises and cloud deployment options that seamlessly integrate with non-Avaya applications. The Avaya Engagement Environment enables third parties to create and customize business applications for competitive advantage.  The Avaya fabric-based networking solutions help simplify and accelerate the deployment of business critical applications and services.  For more information please visit www.avaya.com.

About Zang, Inc.

As the industry’s first all-in-one cloud communications platform and applications-as-a-service, Zang makes it easy to add communications as a natural part of any app or browser experience.   Zang helps developers to easily and quickly build in high quality communications instantly into their apps, allowing companies to dramatically enhance their communications experience internally and externally. With Zang, you can take advantage of the best of the web through the apps services and APIs available today at www.zang.io

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