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The Internet of Things (IoT) is the description of machine-to-machine devices (as opposed to those requiring use by humans) used in a wide range industries including automation, agriculture, food/beverage, healthcare, utility infrastructure, advertising and manufacturing. A variety of software platforms exist to enable communication and interaction between devices, as well as to help organizations launch, manage, and monetize the deployment of the Internet of Things worldwide.

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While opting for any web-to-print solution, you need to discuss with your team and some of your end users and know their opinions about your decisions. In this article we list down some questions you need to ask yourself.
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IoT Devices - Fast, Cheap or Secure…Pick Two
IoT Devices - Fast, Cheap or Secure…Pick Two

The IoT market is growing at a rapid pace and manufacturers are under pressure to quickly provide new products. Can you be sure that your devices do what they're supposed to do, while still being secure?

Hi ,

I have a multimedia room with the following equipment in it:

- Denon AVR-X4300
- Dali In-Wall Speakers
- Dali Centre Speaker
- Dali Subwoofer
- Projector Sony HW45ES
- BluRay player Oppo UDP-203

Which of these products would work better with this equipment, the Amazon Echo or the Amazon Dot?
 
Thanks,
Robbie

My ref: 1029743
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I know that I can make free phone calls from Amazon Alexa Echo to another Elexa Echo, but what I want to research fromn my customers is the ability to uise a voice command to Alexa Echo to call a cell number or call a contact.

I want to research how this could be done.  

I'm thinking integration things like a combination of:
  • VPN's to some service,
  • integration with a Personal Contacts app such as Gmail,
  • Use of IOT
  • ITTT

Anything thoughts and directions to get me started would be very helpful.

Thank you,
Robbie.
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Hi, does anyone have experience in this field? Where should we start as the beginners?

Many thanks as always!
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We recently upgraded to HP's T630 thin clients which use Windows 10 IoT along with the Unified Write Filter.  Usually the same person is using our thin clients but sometimes other people use them in our Customer Service Department where we deploy many thin clients.  For some reason every time a user logs on it rebuilds their profile and I have to refresh the Citrix Receiver icon to rebuilt their icons.  I even told the write filter to allow C:\users.  This worked on our old HP t620 thin clients which used Windows 8.1 but no longer works on Windows 10.  Any ideas?  I can't just turn off the write filter, let the user log in so it builds and keeps their profile, then turn the write filter back on because users swap thin clients way too often.   Thank you.
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Hi

My previous blog,  a Godaddy wordpress, adsense, did acceptably, and Im starting another w my brother.

I once did a non-blog website where my domain was stolen from me, by copyright, or something, trademark?

1) How do we own a company / site, domain name, outright, no question?

What should I know about, like, anything new, about making money with a page/blog? still adsense, adwords?

Thanks
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I have a client with a Cisco cable modem that we put a switch in between so we could isolate different networks.

Out of the switch there is a connection to a Cisco router/firewall with VPN.  And there is a connection to a Cisco ASA firewall.

The problem is that a speed test performed from the cable modem get the desired and expected results. A speed test The switch behind the cable modem gets the desired results. A speed test behind the Cisco router get the desired results. But a speed test from the ASA firewall or connected switches gets about 30% of desired results.
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Dublin Tech Summit
One event, two days, a great line-up of speakers, and 48% female presence. Still have no idea what I’m talking about?
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I have Comcast. 20Mbs up/150Mbps down. I essentially want to know how much I can upload and download per hour. I come up with roughly 9GB upload per hour and then 62GB download per hour. Of course that is theoretical. Is my math correct?
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I've been researching which is better for native cross platform development React native or Xamarin? my research has led me to the following

User React native when
  • your team is made up of web developers
  • you are only building for tablet/phone IOS or Driod (No IOT support??)
  • you want a free tool

Use Xamarin when
  • Your team is made up of c# developers
  • you want to target IOS, droid, windows as well as IOT devices for platforms
  • You have money to spend, the free version of xamarin is lacking for enterprise

i've also read that React Native is buggier and that xamarin is more performent how ever i'm skeptical that these may have been the results of individuals and not a reflection of the tools/platforms.

anyway i'd really like it if someone could confirm or challenge my findings
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I took on this little project as a proof of concept for IoT devices. My main goals were to find the easiest, cheapest way to stream data to the cloud. This article describes how to stream telemetry data to ThingSpeak via REST API. This can also be done with Azure IoT hub with a local gateway.
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by:Jaime Lewis
I would be all over it if they had a Sriracha Dash Button!
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This article is subjected to educate the readers about the strategies that they can adopt to ensure IoT success. This article covers three preferred strategies to succeed in IoT implementation. A general introduction and rising popularity of IoT is roughly mentioned in the beginning.
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Smart phones, smart watches, Bluetooth-connected devices—the IoT is all around us. In this article, we take a look at the security implications of our highly connected world.
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Shaun asked me who are some budding writers here at EE that he should follow.  I obliged his request and showed him some members who write articles.  Check them out.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/posts/503/Kyle-Santos-My-feed-do-not-have-enough-technical-articl.html

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Great!
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I sincerely hope (and believe) that we'll be able to get away from the current situation of people constantly looking at their phones. For AR to really live up to its full potential, we'll have to have it in some way that doesn't involve looking down at a phone screen (since, as Juana noted, you still have to interact with the world and a mobile phone makes that terrible!).

Google Glass may have failed, but I think that was more a matter of the tech not being quite ready yet. Socially, people weren't ready for it, and the design of it was far too goofy/geeky looking to take off for any sort of mainstream adoption. (Not to mention a high price point for something so new, without clear benefits.)

But take a look at how Snapchat is working on their glasses and have tried to apply some decent style to it. And when you consider that Apple has been dropping tons of hints about seriously getting into AR, I imagine we're getting very close to good wearable solutions.
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And perhaps one day, we'll get to have a direct brain interface. Elon Musk is already on it!
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Follow Lexie Lu if you enjoy articles about marketing, web design and graphic design.  She writes some great articles!

Click her profile and Follow.  Her articles are also listed there under 'Activity'.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/members/Lexie-Lu.html
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Great idea, Kyle! I've seen several of her articles pop up in my feed because they're in topics I follow and have enjoyed them, so it certainly makes sense to follow her directly so I don't miss future ones :-)
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Following :D
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The business world is becoming increasingly integrated with tech. It’s not just for a select few anymore — but what about if you have a small business? It may be easier than you think to integrate technology into your small business, and it’s likely to be worth the investment.
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The next five years are sure to bring developments that are just astonishing, and we will continue to try to find the balance between connectivity and security. Here are five major technological developments from the last five years and some predictions for the future.
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This is odd, I don't recall putting my link at the beginning of my comment...
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by:Brian Matis
@Lucas - Thanks for mentioning that! We've definitely got a display bug there... When you look at your comment on the post's standalone page, it should be correct, but the feed view is currently displaying it in the wrong spot. We'll get a fix out in the near future for that.
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hi friends,

each day I come home and find many sheets of printed paper in my tray.

the message on each page says your printer has been hijacked, and asked me to send bit coin.
these are internet printers. My home has a router which port forwards.

has anyone encountered this.  or does anyone have any suggestion ?
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With healthcare moving into the digital age with things like Healthcare.gov, the digitization of patient records and video conferencing with patients, data has a much greater chance of being exposed than ever before.
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I've built the default Visual Studio 2015 C# WCF Service Application.  Runs fine with the included client using the default connection http://localhost:50127/Service1.svc

For further testing I'm using Terra Term with the same URL, with and without the service1.svc, http, :50127 etc. Always get an Invalid Host error!

When I publish to a server (with its own IP) I have the same problem

Might this be related to the 50127 port and if so how would I change that?
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Internet of Things

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127

Contributors

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the description of machine-to-machine devices (as opposed to those requiring use by humans) used in a wide range industries including automation, agriculture, food/beverage, healthcare, utility infrastructure, advertising and manufacturing. A variety of software platforms exist to enable communication and interaction between devices, as well as to help organizations launch, manage, and monetize the deployment of the Internet of Things worldwide.