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How Software Defined Networks are Redefining Enterprise IT

How Software Defined Networks are Redefining Enterprise IT | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
Shawn Hakl, head of network platforms and managed services for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, offers insights about the company's new SDN architecture and why it’s so important for enterprise organizations.
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Security on the Internet of Things

Security on the Internet of Things | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
Connecting devices to the internet, or to each other carriers significant security risks. While it may not be a core feature of a consumer product, how we tackle security is going to affect how the internet of things develops.

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Stuxnet worm analyzed as world's first true cyber-weapon | PCWorld

Stuxnet worm analyzed as world's first true cyber-weapon | PCWorld | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
Stuxnet creators knew they had built the world's first true cyber-weapon, and were more interested in exploring its capabilities than any specific target, a study suggests.

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MDM: For Mobile Devices, BYOD, BYOT, But What About BYOA ...

MDM: For Mobile Devices, BYOD, BYOT, But What About BYOA ... | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

First there was bring your own device (BYOD), and then bring your own technology (BYOT). Now we've got bring your own bring your own apps (BYOA).


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Inside the Zeroaccess Trojan

Inside the Zeroaccess Trojan | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
The Zeroaccess trojan (Maxx++, Sierief, Crimeware) has affected millions of computers worldwide, and it is the number one cause of cyber click fraud and Bitcoin mining on the Internet.
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Internet of Things explained: What is it, and can it really change the world?

Internet of Things explained: What is it, and can it really change the world? | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

The Internet of Things (IoT, for short) is a phrase for when everyday objects are connected to the internet and participating together on a system, though it also means the convergence of conventional connected devices and smart appliances‏.

 

The goal is to have people seamlessly retrieve knowledge and function on a day-to-day basis without having to sit down at a computer or talk to another human. It's like ubiquitous computing, but it goes beyond Google Glass and extends to every home, car, business, building and system in the world.


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Li-Fi: Data transmission using visible light instead of microwaves

Li-Fi: Data transmission using visible light instead of microwaves | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

UK researchers say they have achieved data transmission speeds of 10Gbit/s via “li-fi” – wireless internet connectivity using light. The researchers used a micro-LED to transmit 3.5Gbit/s via each of the three primary colours – red, green, blue – combined that makes over 10Gbit/s.

 

Li-fi, or “light fidelity”, promises to be cheaper and more energy-efficient than existing wireless radio systems given the ubiquity of LED bulbs and the fact that lighting infrastructure is already in place.

 

Such a technique could one day work with existing (LED) light bulbs, promising higher speeds than current WiFi and increased security — since visible light can’t penetrate solid objects like walls...


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Sepp Hasslberger's curator insight, November 4, 2013 10:16 AM

Such a technology could take over from WiFi and be not only faster and more secure, but also be more compatible with human health as it eliminates microwaves.

Concerns over adverse health effects are hindering WiFi adoption in schools. 

Patrick Bourdages's curator insight, November 21, 2013 9:08 AM

Après le Wifi voici le Li-Fi......