Entreprise 2.0 -> 3.0 Cloud-Computing Bigdata Blockchain IoT
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Tout ce qui est à prendre en compte pour une transformation d'entreprise 1.0 vers 2.0 et 3.0
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Microsoft Partners With ConsenSys To Use Ethereum To Provide Blockchain-As-A-Service

Microsoft Partners With ConsenSys To Use Ethereum To Provide Blockchain-As-A-Service | Entreprise 2.0 -> 3.0 Cloud-Computing Bigdata Blockchain IoT | Scoop.it

The Ethereum project and ConsenSys, the company created by one of the project’s co-creators, have received a huge vote of approval from one of the world’s biggest enterprise software providers — Microsoft. The company will be working with ConsenSys to provide development tools for Microsoft’s enterprise customers on the Azure platform.

 

Focusing on financial services we saw a lot of potential for a framework and platform like Ethereum to go across the platform of financial institutions and modernize a lot of processes that were stuck in the past,” says Marley Gray, Director of Technology Strategy, US Financial Services at Microsoft. “We thought that Ethereum was a really good platform for building distributed ledger applications.”

 

Unlike bitcoin-based blockchain applications (and companies like Chain that are developing projects on top of bitcoin) Ethereum uses a different token called the Ether.

 

“Bitcoin offers one functionality which is the monetary functionality. Because it’s a very narrow protocol… it’s difficult to build arbitrarily difficult functionality into the program,” says Joseph Lubin, the founder of ConsenSys, and a major supporter of the Ethereum Foundation.

With Ethereum, there’s a complete computational machine running within every node of the network, Lubin says.


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Philippe J DEWOST's curator insight, October 29, 2015 10:12 AM

Fragmentation or evolution ? Microsoft's move is interesting anyway and confirms the advent of decentralized consensus as a generic and scalable disruption factor.

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Microsoft signs NDA with Yahoo, hinting at potential bid

Microsoft signs NDA with Yahoo, hinting at potential bid | Entreprise 2.0 -> 3.0 Cloud-Computing Bigdata Blockchain IoT | Scoop.it

Microsoft has reportedly signed an nondisclosure agreement with Yahoo. The nondisclosure agreement (NDA) allows Microsoft to take a closer look at Yahoo’s finances.


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Dell certifie ses partenaires sur le Cloud Computing | Silicon

Dell certifie ses partenaires sur le Cloud Computing | Silicon | Entreprise 2.0 -> 3.0 Cloud-Computing Bigdata Blockchain IoT | Scoop.it

Dell a lancé un programme de certification des services et solutions de Cloud Computing à destination de ses partenaires revendeurs PartnerDirect. L’objectif est qu’en réponse à une interrogation des clients quant à la qualification de leurs fournisseurs pour leur proposer en confiance une solution cloud, les partenaires de Dell puissent afficher leurs compétences pour les emmener dans le nuage.

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Windows 8 : le système d'exploitation qui change tout ?

Windows 8 : le système d'exploitation qui change tout ? | Entreprise 2.0 -> 3.0 Cloud-Computing Bigdata Blockchain IoT | Scoop.it
Windows 8 : le temps du changement est arrivé

Depuis plusieurs années, les analystes financiers, les journalistes et même les utilisateurs s’interrogent sur la capacité de Microsoft à innover et se réinventer. Et voilà soudain que Windows 8 débarque… et change tout ! Le système change les habitudes des utilisateurs, change la perception et l’usage des « Apps », change les techniques de programmation, change les donnes du marché, brouille les pistes, redistribue les cartes, ouvre des perspectives et des opportunités nouvelles aux développeurs comme aux constructeurs de matériels...

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