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Tag Archives: June
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Rigado gets $ 15 million for edge services: If a company wants to create some kind of connected service, it has a long road ahead. It must figure out the connected devices it wants to use (or build),...

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With the DNSSEC Root Key Rollover coming up on October 11, how prepared are we as an industry? What kind of data can we collect in preparation? What is the cost benefit (or not) of implementing DANE? What...

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As you may have noticed, our shiny new website has some speed issues. It is slow for many visitors. Over the past few months we’ve worked on a number of potential changes to improve the site performance....

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The newly available Amazon DeepLens camera. Resin.io gets $ 5 million: Startup Resin.io, which puts containers on devices running ARM-based chips, has scored $ 5 million in funding. I wrote about the...

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This is a quick update on the CEO Succession process at the Internet Society (ISOC). For background, please check my previous notes to the community. As you know,  the application window for potential...

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Attention coffee shop browsers, Wi-Fi may get better: The Wi-Fi Alliance has created a new certification called Enhanced Open that basically enables public Wi-Fi networks to allow people to browse securely...

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As a side event before the 2018 G7 Summit this week in Canada, tomorrow, 6 June 2018, the Internet Society will hold a panel to not only talk about the risks and opportunities the Internet of Things (IoT)...

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Ecobee raised more money: Ecobee, the thermostat maker you may recall from the opening story, has raised an additional $ 47 million Canadian dollars ($ 36 million) to close its C round of funding at...

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Hacked windmills and more! Behind Petya was a hacker who now feels bad: This is a good story discussing both how the Petya malware was created and why, and then the incredible effects after it was tweaked...