Day: May 11, 2020

This is it. Last chance to learn 14 languages with highly-reviewed app, Babbel, for 60% off

TLDR: Time is running out to get lifetime access to training in up to 14 of the world’s most popular languages from Babbel Language Learning at 60 percent off the regular price.

The Super Bowl. Avengers: Endgame. The 2020 presidential election. No matter how we felt about the ride, every journey ultimately does reach its conclusion. 

Which means we need to take advantage of the magic while it’s happening since it won’t be around forever. Case in point — this is your last chance to learn up to 14 new languages at your own pace at a startlingly cheap price

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The Internet of Things in 2020: More vital than ever

If you work in IT, you’re probably safely ensconced at home right now, clinging to your laptop at the edge of your company’s network. The shift from office to home has been momentous. But it’s also symbolic of a larger trend: The network edge has become as important as the network core. Remote workers aside, the IoT (internet of things) is the biggest reason why the edge has become so crucial.

According to Gartner, a crazy variety of some 21 billion connected “things” are at this moment collecting data and performing all sorts of tasks. The majority are consumer devices,

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How to choose a cloud IoT platform

IoT, the Internet of Things, is currently one of the most hyped concepts in the computing world. Cloud IoT platforms may even exceed IoT on the hype scale. Nevertheless, both have real applications and could become important to your business. In this article we’ll define IoT and cloud IoT platforms without too much technical detail, then discuss what you need from a cloud IoT platform and how to choose one.

The simple explanation of IoT is that it is physical things connected to the internet. These things can have sensors that measure various parameters and send their data over

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The Internet of things in 2020: More vital than ever

If you work in IT, you’re probably safely ensconced at home right now, clinging to your laptop at the edge of your company’s network. The shift from office to home has been momentous. But it’s also symbolic of a larger trend: The network edge has become as important as the network core. Remote workers aside, the IoT (internet of things) is the biggest reason why the edge has become so crucial.

According to Gartner, a crazy variety of some 21 billion connected “things” are at this moment collecting data and performing all sorts of tasks. The majority are consumer devices,

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