Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence (BI) and analytics, data integrity, and integration solutions, announced that it is offering its iWay Big Data Integrator (iBDI) product via the cloud on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announced the results of its 2017 Thales Data Threat Report, Advanced Technology Edition, issued in conjunction with analyst firm 451 Research. According to the report, 93 percent of respondents will use sensitive data in an advanced technology (defined as cloud, SaaS, big data, IoT and container) environments this year.
As I sit here Saturday morning, April 29th, writing next week’s posts, scheduling the first for Monday, May 1st, it dawns on me… I didn’t do an April Round-up! Doh!
Well that just won’t do; today’s out-of-band post will take of that! 🙂
Cloning Your VS 2017 Packages
Small Basic is Now Available in the Windows Store
C64ForTheWin – C64 Development on your Windows Machine
Squish That Whitespace
One Browser Extension Tutorial to Rule…
Cortana goes IoT
Menees VS Tools Updated for Visual Studio 2017
ReactXP – A library for building cross-platform apps
"Happy Path” to IoT
Functioning Private Visual Studio Gallery via Azure Functions
dotnet CLI Tool Build Redux
Sock IoT with this Azure Connected System-on-a-chip Project
Coding4Fun Kinect Gallery
Dataguise, a leader in sensitive data governance, announced that DgSecure now provides industry-first sensitive data monitoring and masking in Apache Hive.
Tata Consultancy Services (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, unveiled its Global Trend Study titled, “Getting Smarter by the Day: How AI is Elevating the Performance of Global Companies.” Focused on the current and future impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the study polled 835 executives across 13 global industry sectors in four regions of the world, finding that 84% of companies see the use of AI as “essential” to competitiveness, with a further 50% seeing the technology as “transformative.”
After reading Michael’s wonderful post on the 3.2 features, https://community.qlik.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog/2017/04/04/introducing-qlik-sense-32?et=blogs.comment.created#commen…, I admit, I wanted to get into more details on each of the topics
from Jive Syndication Feed https://community.qlik.com/blogs/qlikviewdesignblog/2017/04/28/qlik-sense-32-extension-properties
A “Turing Machine” — a conceptual data processing machine that processes instructions encoded on a linear tape — is capable of performing the complete range of computations of any modern computer (though not necessarily in a useful amount of time). Tom Wildenhain demonstrates the Turing-competeness of Powerpoint, where the “tape” is a series of punch-cards controlled by the animations feature:
Of the many things you can do with Powerpoint, but probably shouldn’t do, this ranks right up there.
That’s all from us for this week. See you back here on Monday, and have a great weekend!