Displaying items by tag: telemetry

COMPANY NEWS by Gigamon:  Dealing with a security incident requires not just prompt notification of the incident but the ability to triage the cause of an incident, cautions Gigamon, leader in cloud visibility and analytics.

Published in Security

Refrigerated special vehicles provider Scully RSV has selected IoT company Inauro’s Perspio platform to provide integration capabilities to automate its backend operations and merge vehicle data into customers’ asset management platforms.

Published in Deals

New Relic Explorer brings together applications and infrastructure telemetry to provide a live view of the system’s health and performance, allowing performance issues to be detected and rectified before users notice.

Published in Business Software

Ransomware attacks are generally assumed to hit like a thief at night, often occurring on the weekends when security staff are thinking of anything but work.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 09:18

Firefox collects data on you through hidden add-ons

Mozilla, the organisation that produces the Firefox browser and makes a loud noise about its open source credentials, is quietly collecting telemetry data on its users by the use of hidden add-ons, even though publicly visible telemetry controls are not selected.

Published in Apps

By Barry Costin, Country Manager, MarkLogic Australia

People start the new calendar year in Australia and New Zealand with grand resolutions to drive change in their organisations. Whether it’s new initiatives, processes, projects, or technologies, legacy and digitally native companies will have differing priorities but there is some common ground.

Thursday, 05 November 2015 23:44

Windows 10 spying: Terminator-like unstoppable?

When the service is free, you are the product, and in Microsoft’s case, the company appears to be ‘scroogling’ people just as it warned Google was doing.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 02 September 2010 21:00

Cambridge Wireless is discussing 'Sensing from Radio'

Cambridge Wireless, Short Range Wireless and Sensing SIG Event: 'Sensing from Radio' 29th September 2010, Cambridge, UK




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