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“Unlearn” to Unleash Your Data Lake | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #DataLake #Analytics

It takes years – sometimes a lifetime – to perfect certain skills in life: hitting a jump shot off the dribble, nailing that double high C on the trumpet, parallel parking a Ford Expedition. Malcolm Gladwell wrote a book, “Outliers,” discussing the amount of work – 10,000 hours – required to perfect a skill (while the exactness of 10,000 hours has come under debate, it is still a useful point that people need to invest considerable time and effort to master a skill). But once we get comfortable with something that we feel that we have mastered, we become reluctant to change. We are reluctant to unlearn what we’ve taken so long to master.

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“Unlearn” to Unleash Your Data Lake | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #DataLake #Analytics

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It takes years – sometimes a lifetime – to perfect certain skills in life: hitting a jump shot off the dribble, nailing that double high C on the trumpet, parallel parking a Ford Expedition. Malcolm Gladwell wrote a book, “Outliers,” discussing the amount of work – 10,000 hours – required to perfect a skill (while the exactness of 10,000 hours has come under debate, it is still a useful point that people need to invest considerable time and effort to master a skill). But once we get comfortable with something that we feel that we have mastered, we become reluctant to change. We are reluctant to unlearn what we’ve taken so long to master.

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Transatel and VAIO Corporation delivering new LTE network experience in Japan

By Sheetal Kumbhar

New VAIO® S11 and VAIO® S13 laptops will be delivered in Japan equipped with Windows 10 and a ready-to-go LTE cellular data SIM card. Transatel is the service provider of the new cellular capability, with prepaid data plans developed specifically for VAIO laptop end-users. Each VAIO laptop will be equipped with a pre-loaded trial 1GB […]

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Transatel and VAIO Corporation delivering new LTE network experience in Japan

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

New VAIO® S11 and VAIO® S13 laptops will be delivered in Japan equipped with Windows 10 and a ready-to-go LTE cellular data SIM card. Transatel is the service provider of the new cellular capability, with prepaid data plans developed specifically for VAIO laptop end-users. Each VAIO laptop will be equipped with a pre-loaded trial 1GB […]

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Comcast Acquires Stringify

By Cablefax Staff

Comcast continued its major push in the home automation space this week with the acquisition of IoT technology company Stringify. A Comcast spokesperson confirmed the startup’s earlier announcement, saying, “Stringify’s elegant, powerful Internet of Things automation platform and dynamic group of technologists are both natural fits for the team that is building next-generation IoT experiences for xFi and Xfinity Home.” At the end of 2Q, Comcast was providing more than 1mln customers with security and automation services. The deal follows a partnership established last month with Sunrun, which allows Comcast to take up to 10% equity in the solar energy provider based on customer acquisition figures. Comcast is also involved in enterprise and municipal applications of IoT, as it expanded its machineQ service to 12 US markets in July.

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Bluetooth-Based Attack Vector Dubbed “BlueBorne” Exposes Almost Every Connected Device

By CircleID Reporter

New discovery of a set of zero-day Bluetooth-related vulnerabilities can affect billions of devices in use today. Security firm, Armis Labs, has revealed a new attack vector that can target major mobile, desktop, and IoT operating systems, including Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux, and the devices using them. The new vector named “BlueBorne”, as it spread through the air (airborne) and attacks devices via Bluetooth.

No pairing required: “BlueBorne is an attack vector by which hackers can leverage Bluetooth connections to penetrate and take complete control over targeted devices. BlueBorne affects ordinary computers, mobile phones, and the expanding realm of IoT devices. The attack does not require the targeted device to be paired to the attacker’s device, or even to be set on discoverable mode.”

— “The BlueBorne attack vector has several qualities which can have a devastating effect when combined. By spreading through the air, BlueBorne targets the weakest spot in the networks’ defense — and the only one that no security measure protects. Spreading from device to device through the air also makes BlueBorne highly infectious. Moreover, since the Bluetooth process has high privileges on all operating systems, exploiting it provides virtually full control over the device.”

Vulnerabilities found in Android, Microsoft, Linux and iOS versions pre-iOS 10. “Armis reported the vulnerabilities to Google, Microsoft, and the Linux community. Google and Microsoft are releasing updates and patches on Tuesday, September 12. Others are preparing patches that are in various stages of being released.”

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Bluetooth-Based Attack Vector Dubbed “BlueBorne” Exposes Almost Every Connected Device

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By CircleID Reporter

New discovery of a set of zero-day Bluetooth-related vulnerabilities can affect billions of devices in use today. Security firm, Armis Labs, has revealed a new attack vector that can target major mobile, desktop, and IoT operating systems, including Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux, and the devices using them. The new vector named “BlueBorne”, as it spread through the air (airborne) and attacks devices via Bluetooth.

No pairing required: “BlueBorne is an attack vector by which hackers can leverage Bluetooth connections to penetrate and take complete control over targeted devices. BlueBorne affects ordinary computers, mobile phones, and the expanding realm of IoT devices. The attack does not require the targeted device to be paired to the attacker’s device, or even to be set on discoverable mode.”

— “The BlueBorne attack vector has several qualities which can have a devastating effect when combined. By spreading through the air, BlueBorne targets the weakest spot in the networks’ defense — and the only one that no security measure protects. Spreading from device to device through the air also makes BlueBorne highly infectious. Moreover, since the Bluetooth process has high privileges on all operating systems, exploiting it provides virtually full control over the device.”

Vulnerabilities found in Android, Microsoft, Linux and iOS versions pre-iOS 10. “Armis reported the vulnerabilities to Google, Microsoft, and the Linux community. Google and Microsoft are releasing updates and patches on Tuesday, September 12. Others are preparing patches that are in various stages of being released.”

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Huawei launches X-Gen Wi-Fi to redefine the agile campus network era

By Sheetal Kumbhar

At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei launched its X-Gen Wi-Fi Solution, enabling a three-fold bandwidth increase and four-fold increase in the number of concurrent access users. The solution is an industry first as it allows hybrid access through both 10 Gbps capable Wi-Fi and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, and RFID, making […]

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Huawei launches X-Gen Wi-Fi to redefine the agile campus network era

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei launched its X-Gen Wi-Fi Solution, enabling a three-fold bandwidth increase and four-fold increase in the number of concurrent access users. The solution is an industry first as it allows hybrid access through both 10 Gbps capable Wi-Fi and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, and RFID, making […]

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Auto Tech R&D Summit 2017

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By Marek Maroszek

Event date: October 9-10, 2017 Hilton, San Jose, USA Auto tech R&D Summit (October 9-10, Hilton San Jose)- formerly known as TU-Automotive West Coast – returns this year to Silicon Valley for 2017. The event brings together the leading figures in mobility, connected car, data and more to unlock the business models for the mobility […]

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