Showing posts from January 6, 2013

10 hal tentang Internet of things

10 things you should know about The Internet of ThingsBy Patrick Gray | January 10, 2013, 7:14 AM PST The Internet of Things (IoT) has gone from university classrooms and near-science fiction to a common topic in boardrooms and product planning sessions. So what are the 10 key things you need to know about the Internet of Things? 1: What is a “Thing”?The “thing” commonly referred to by the concept of the Internet of Things is any item that can contain an embedded, connected computing device. A “thing” in the IoT could be a shipping container with an RFID tag or a consumer’s watch with a WiFi chip that sends fitness data or short messages to a server somewhere on the Internet. 2: Why now?If you’ve been around technology for a while, often what is billed as new and innovative smacks of a past technology that received similar billing. IoT is no exception. You may recall breathless accounts of the coming world of interconnected devices a decade ago with innovations like Java Beans. The prima…

Panduan M2M lengkap..

M2M and the Internet of Things: A guideSummary: The Internet of Things will consist primarily of machines talking to one another, with computer-connected humans observing, analysing and acting upon the resulting 'big data' explosion. Here's how the next internet revolution is shaping up. By  | January 9, 2013 -- 15:19 GMT (23:19 SGT) 2Comments 0Votes

Apakah kita telah melihat akhir dari evolusi Data Center ?

Have we seen the end of Data Centre Evolution? The data centre as we know it has undergone several transformations over the last few decades and still continues to do so. Having come so far in the evolution of the data centre, something tells me that we’re still not done. With the Gartner Data Centre events taking place in London and the United States this week, I cannot help but wonder how the Data Centre has undergone several stages of evolution to command the level of importance that it currently does in any organisation that uses IT. It is essentially the heart and nervous system of any IT system, from where IT services are delivered to business users.  Despite appearances, the data centre industry has an interesting history. In the 1960s, data centre mainframes housed the super-computers (such as the Cray-1) designed for high end computing. Running applications for weather forecasting, molecular analysis, quantum physics and even nuclear simulations were commonplace on these mass…

Prediksi Gartner terkait Cloud, Social, Mobile sepanjang 2013

Gartner Predicts Cloud, Social, Mobile, and Information Forces Will Shape 2013 According to research firm Gartner, several converging forces will influence IT in the coming year. By Dian Schaffhauser01/10/13Succeeding as an education IT leader in the new year will call for becoming comfortable with the undercurrents of several converging forces--cloud, social, mobile, and information--that are shaping the look of IT. That's the analysis of Gartner, which recently released its predictions for 2013 in a public webinar now available as a recording. Although the presentation addressed all organizational segments and both buyers and vendors of IT products and services, several of the company's predictions are especially relevant to the education sector; those are the ones we focus on here. According to Daryl Plummer, managing vice president and a Gartner Fellow, cloud represents a "global-class delivery model so we can get services to those who need them without worrying about im…