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  • Growth mindset lets Microsoft love Linux

    Richard Edwards - Freeform Dynamics 20 Apr 2018
  • Timed to coincide with the RSA security conference, Microsoft has announced Azure Sphere, a new solution for creating highly-secured, Internet-connected microcontroller devices. But there's a bit ...

  • Will Alexa kill the radio star?

    Jason Stamper - Freeform Dynamics 21 Mar 2018
  • I am fond of my Amazon Echo smart speaker (other brands are available). Some would say perhaps too fond. I am wont to ask, “Alexa, do I look good today?” and ‘she’ sometimes says I look great, ...

  • Amazon Neptune: a shot in the arm for the graph database?

    Jason Stamper - Freeform Dynamics 21 Mar 2018
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced its entry to the graph database market at its AWS reINVENT conference in Seattle in November last year. It was a notable announcement for a couple of reasons: it ...

  • What’s all the fuss about in-memory databases for IoT?

    Jason Stamper - Freeform Dynamics 01 Mar 2018
  • IoT Back to Basics, chapter 4: IoT projects risk failure without careful consideration of data management processes and analytics. Their ultimate goal after all is to glean valuable information ...

  • Where are security and data governance in IoT?

    Jason Stamper - Freeform Dynamics 22 Feb 2018
  • IoT Back to Basics, chapter 3: It’s no surprise that security and governance are important considerations when it comes to the IoT, but quite how incredibly important they are may not be ...

  • Routes to AI goodness

    Dale Vile - Freeform Dynamics 07 Feb 2018
  • It’s all too easy to conflate the kind of AI being hyped in the industry at the moment with the science fiction notion of machine sentience. We are still a long way from the latter, though, whether ...

  • Time to dump the all-flash scepticism

    Bryan Betts - Freeform Dynamics 05 Feb 2018
  • When we surveyed several hundred IT professionals on the topic of All-Flash Arrays, one thing that came out was just how broad was the chasm in thinking between those whose organisations already ...

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