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techcentral.ie
Edge computing and how it’s changing the networkthis is done by the IoT devices transferring the data to a local device that in
techcentral.ie / Posted 2 days ago
this is done by the IoT devices transferring the data to a local device that includes compute, storage and network connectivity in a small form factor. Data is processed at the edge, and all or a portion of it is sent to the central... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Light slowed with sound in photonic chip breakthroughable to operate at multiple wavelengths would greatly enhance the capacity of p
techcentral.ie / Posted 4 days ago
able to operate at multiple wavelengths would greatly enhance the capacity of photonic integrated circuits and optical interconnects.” While research in recent years has greatly increased the storage time of photon in sound vibrations, and... Read more
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techcentral.ie
There is no such thing as a 'remote' employeeenterprises are becoming so globalised that even the concept of “remote” makes
techcentral.ie / Posted 6 days ago
enterprises are becoming so globalised that even the concept of “remote” makes no sense. When the whole world is connected, only astronauts are “remote workers.” Every business of any significant size has multiple offices. And while that... Read more
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Slack launches shared channels to connect teams across companieswere often required, Rose said, such as using a mix of guest accounts and e-mai
techcentral.ie / Posted 10 days ago
were often required, Rose said, such as using a mix of guest accounts and e-mail With shared channels, users can now connect with teams in separate organisations, creating a chatroom that is accessible across both workspaces instead of adding... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Everything Apple announced at its first Apple Park eventTim Cook had a packed morning at the Steve Jobs Theatre. Image: IDGNS The iPho
techcentral.ie / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Cook had a packed morning at the Steve Jobs Theatre. Image: IDGNS The iPhone X was Tuesday's event headliner, but there was plenty of other news and product announcements While the iPhone always headlines Apple’s annual September event, the... Read more
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Intel chips could take over two-factor authentication from your phoneis only released after the user verifies his presence by clicking a button on t
techcentral.ie / Posted 19 days ago
is only released after the user verifies his presence by clicking a button on the screen, displayed by Intel’s Online Connect middleware. Intel’s been busy working on PC security solutions for years; last year, Intel showed off its... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Apple and Accenture partner to boost iOS device for workPartnership to help clients make more of iOS devices for business uses, includi
techcentral.ie / Posted 24 days ago
Partnership to help clients make more of iOS devices for business uses, including connecting new apps to legacy back-end systems Global consultancy and business services firm Accenture unveiled a partnership with Apple designed to help businesses... Read more
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VMware embraces cloud during VMworld, says CEO15 months, starting in the US As VMware opens up its VMworld user conference i
techcentral.ie / Posted 25 days ago
15 months, starting in the US As VMware opens up its VMworld user conference in Las Vegas, CEO Pat Gelsinger speaking to IDG, said it is making significant announcements about cloud integration and security. The company is announcing the... Read more
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Macworld
Meet Fitbit Ionic: A little smartwatch, a lot of fitness trackerin direct sunlight, which is good because anyone who buys an Ionic will likely
Macworld / Posted 27 days ago
in direct sunlight, which is good because anyone who buys an Ionic will likely be using it outside a lot.Michael Simon/IDG The profile when wearing the Fitbit Ionic is quite thin. The watch comes in three colors, black, gray, and orange, each... Read more
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Google enters enterprise battle with Chrome OS subscriptionsystems, in kiosks, in warehouses, in locations where thin clients – the purpos
techcentral.ie / Posted 30 days ago
systems, in kiosks, in warehouses, in locations where thin clients – the purpose-built devices intended solely to connect with a remote server – have typically been placed. Not surprisingly, Chromebooks are gaining popularity in scenarios... Read more
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techcentral.ie
On-premises data centres fall in spending in prioritysomething on premises. The question is how much. After all, you need a data cen
techcentral.ie / Posted 30 days ago
something on premises. The question is how much. After all, you need a data centre with a strong network infrastructure to connect to the cloud to begin with. And there are other positive indicators. Almost half, 49%, of the IT organisations... Read more

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