Tag: IoT

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Is Microsoft killing off Azure IoT Central?

Is Microsoft killing off Azure IoT Central?

Microsoft sowed confusion last week by seemingly announcing the end of Azure IoT Central. However, the supposed confirmation, sent as a system message in the Azure console, turns out to be incorrect. Instead, Microsoft emphasizes that it sees IoT as crucial within its own portfolio. The system m... Read more

date2 days ago
Linux IoT devices vulnerable to self-spreading botnet

Linux IoT devices vulnerable to self-spreading botnet

Linux devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) are vulnerable to NoaBot. This botnet is linked to crypto-mining activities and is another form of the previously known botnet Mirai. What sets NoaBot apart is its ability to duplicate itself, and that is also where its greatest danger lies. ... Read more

date1 month ago
Canonical introduces MicroCloud as successor to edge computing

Canonical introduces MicroCloud as successor to edge computing

Canonical has introduced an open-source microcloud environment. Developers can use it to set up a super small cloud environment for various (edge) applications. The open-source specialist sees mini-cloud environments as a successor to edge computing. Edge computing has had its day, it points out... Read more

date3 months ago
CEO John Chen, who saved BlackBerry from collapse, is retiring

CEO John Chen, who saved BlackBerry from collapse, is retiring

In 2013, the board of ailing smartphone maker BlackBerry appointed John Chen to save the company from collapse. Over the course of ten years, it has morphed its portfolio beyond recognition. Under the leadership of "turnaround CEO" Chen, it exited the phone market to focus entirely on cybersecurity... Read more

date4 months ago
Lenovo introduces new desktops and IoT devices with Android as OS

Lenovo introduces new desktops and IoT devices with Android as OS

Lenovo recently announced a series of PCs that run on Android as their main operating system. This was done in collaboration with Android custom versioning and management specialist Esper. These include two desktop devices and two ruggedized IoT devices. PCs running Android are rare. The collabo... Read more

date5 months ago
Microsoft delays rollout of IoT add-on in Microsoft 365 E5 tier

Microsoft delays rollout of IoT add-on in Microsoft 365 E5 tier

Microsoft is delaying the introduction of an IoT security add-on in its enterprise Microsoft 365 E5 tier. This is due to unexpected 'system challenges'. Partners already aware of the add-on's pricing are urged not to sell the product in the meantime. In a message to partners, Microsoft indicates... Read more

date5 months ago
BlackBerry splits into separate security and IoT company

BlackBerry splits into separate security and IoT company

BlackBerry is going to split itself into two separate companies: one for its security business and one for its IoT ventures. The latter new company may go public next year. BlackBerry, once started as Research in Motion (RIM), has decided to split its operations into two separate companies. One ... Read more

date5 months ago
Kaspersky: ‘Hackers increasingly active in IoT device market’

Kaspersky: ‘Hackers increasingly active in IoT device market’

The number of attacks on IoT devices continues to increase, say Kaspersky researchers in their latest overview of this type of attack. In addition, the supply of IoT malware services on the dark web is expanding significantly. The number of IoT devices continues to grow worldwide. By 2030, the n... Read more

date5 months ago
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