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You may well have heard of the ‘intelligent edge’, as Microsoft puts it – the future of computing, on multiple devices, the blurring of the physical and virtual worlds, driven by huge...

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In parts one and two, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog computing and how they may be the… IoT – Cisco Blog ...

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In part one, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog (or edge fog) computing. Now we’ll explore how government can… IoT – Cisco Blog ...

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The new Cisco Industrial Compute Gateway IC3000 offers built-in security and manageability at scale, enabling faster decision making at the edge by processing and normalizing data from various sensors. IoT...

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Combining best security practices for both Cisco IOS network services and IOx computing through each phase of fog computing roll-out, operation managers benefits from pillars that help enforcing security. IoT...

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To develop an effective technology architecture for fog computing, you need a clear understanding of how it’s used. Guest blogger Chuck Byers, shares his cohesive, industry-wide approach to fog technology. IoT...

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Norbert Heinz, aka “HomoFaciens,” is no stranger to making versions of modern-day equipment in unusual ways, but what about the way that this equipment is actually powered? It’s not something that...

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Teradata has made available 4D Analytics, a new advanced analytics capability. This combines 3-dimensional geospatial location data with the 4th dimension of time. This advanced analytics is especially...

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RIP encryption? Quantum computers, cutting-edge machines that promise to be much more powerful than binary PCs, could eventually defeat current encryption schemes, said Jason Matheny, director of the...