Instead of communicating the unique benefits of the Windows Phone, the latest Microsoft ads focus on disparaging the iPhone. The ads are “cute” and use the Windows Phone’s digital assistant, Cortana, to diminish her iPhone counterpart, Siri. Hey Microsoft, do you really think that putting down a significant Read More
Monthly Archives: November 2014
November is here. The leaves are falling, the sun is setting at a ridiculously early hour and this week a time honored American tradition will take place. And no, silly, I’m not talking about Thanksgiving. I’m talking about Black Friday.
Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving, and it is the Read More
Located in booth #314, the Bsquare team will present DataV demos and discuss how DataV will help customers put their data to work to improve business outcomes. DataV is unlocking new initiatives across a wide landscape of customers in industries such as industrial manufacturing, transportation, retail and mobile. The solution Read More
Microservice architectures are the new hotness, even though they aren’t really all that different (in principle) from the paradigm described by SOA (which is dead, or not dead, depending on whom you ask).
One of the things this decompositional approach to application architecture does is encourage developers and operations (some might Read More
I had the opportunity to present on Nov 5th at DevOps Summit by SYS-CON Events in Santa Clara, CA. Here are my slides.
The world is Hybrid. Organizations adopting DevOps are building Delivery Pipelines leveraging environments that are complex – spread across hybrid cloud and physical environments. Adopting DevOps hence required Read More
The holidays are here! It’s time to experience eggnog, mistletoe, and some cool apps. Whether it’s the horrors of shopping or the bumper-to-bumper interstate traffic, you may feel stressed at the end of the day.
Moreover, it’s very unlikely that you will disconnect from the world. Your smartphone will be Read More
Eastern European funds, investors and entrepreneurs seem to be trying to squeeze as many stories as possible into 2014 — or at least so it seems from reading all the news coming from that side of Europe.
As usual, we’ve put together a neat roundup of what’s been going on in Read More
Brian Honigman is a marketing consultant, speaker and freelance writer. This post originally appeared on the SumAll blog.
Online video has very quickly become one of the most engaging and ubiquitous forms of content marketing. ComScore reports that in 2013 more than half of all Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) — Anthony Elonis claimed he was just kidding when he posted a series of graphically violent rap lyrics on Facebook about killing his estranged wife, shooting up a kindergarten class and attacking an FBI agent.
But his wife didn’t see it that way. Neither did a federal jury.
Elonis, who’s Read More