Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sneak Peek of the Next Wave of Ultrabook™ Systems at Computex Taipei 2012

The next wave of Ultrabook devices powered by 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors will be officially introduced next week at Computex Taipei 2012. With this launch, we are one step closer to realizing Intel’s vision for a multi-year, industry-wide endeavor … Read more >

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Thought Leaders Discuss Innovation and Mobility

Innovation used to be something that only happened behind the closed doors of small research labs. However, as explained in recent 60 Second Insights interviews, anyone can be an innovator in today’s society where technology is readily available to the masses and collaboration is convenient. As an example, more than 100,000 people were expected to attend the 2012 Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA in May – a two-day celebration of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. Similar events are popping up all over the United States and the record-setting attendance numbers are a clear sign that innovation is now happening right in our backyards. 

So how has the Internet and collaborative environments such as hackerspaces affecting modern innovation? And has traditional lab research faded away? What are the drivers of innovation? These questions and more are addressed in 60 Second Insights executive interviews focused on innovation and how it’s changing our everyday lives. Thought leaders from David Ginsberg of Intel, Kate Swanborg of DreamWorks Animation, Brett Weinstein of United Talent Agency, and Patrick Regardh of Ericsson are featured. 

60 Second Insights looks at how advances in mobile technology and consumer mobile device usage models affect a wide variety of industries, including art, business, culture, social networking, exploration, design, photography, film, music and more. Viewers get a glimpse of how thought leaders from a variety of industries and backgrounds leverage mobile technology to innovate and ultimately impact consumers’ lives and the ways in which they use technology. 

Other recent topics include security, devices and societal changes. Stay tuned for more executive interviews in the coming weeks.

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Eulen nach Athen tragen?

Hmmm, eigentlich nicht sehr zielführend, mit einem Ultrabook ins Büro zu gehen, aber für diesen Blogpost tue ich doch fast alles ;-).
Arbeite momentan mit zwei unterschiedlichen Geräten, ein Non-Ultrabook, welches ich im Büro lasse (ist einfach zu… Read more >

Unterwegs mit meinem Ultrabook

Hatte ja bereits angekündigt, dass ich mit einem meiner Ultrabooks (Asus Zenbook & Toshiba Portege) durch München düsen werde und Euch daran teilhaben lasse.
So, heute ist der erste Teil der Serie und unoriginellerweise fange ich mal zuhause an – wo… Read more >

Maintaining Security in the Age of Oversharing – Executive Perspectives

Security and privacy are very, very important issues.” This statement from one of the latest 60 Second Insights videos is one that echoes throughout the most recent set focused on security. As more personal information is shared online and more business transactions are made using technology, companies and consumers alike need to take security of their information and data into consideration. Companies are looking to not only include security design elements into every aspect of their technology, but they also are looking to educate consumers about the risks associated with online information. In fact, according to a recent survey, 70% of people are more concerned about privacy than they were five years ago, and 68% feel they have lost control over how their information is shared and used by businesses. 

To date, 60 Second Insights have focused on everything from how mobility impacts society and spurs innovation to what people are looking for in their devices and the future of mobile devices from a design and functionality perspective. This newest set of executive perspectives focuses on how companies are taking security and privacy into consideration, what consumers should think about when using their devices from a security perspective and the future of regulating data to ensure that it is protected. 

60 Second Insights looks at how advances in mobile technology and consumer mobile device usage models affect a wide variety of industries, including art, business, culture, social networking, exploration, design, photography, film, music and more. Viewers get a glimpse of how thought leaders from a variety of industries and backgrounds leverage mobile technology to innovate and ultimately impact consumers’ lives and the ways in which they use technology. 

The newest executive perspectives feature Chris Gilbert from Ubiquisys, Gary Davis of McAfee, James Anderson of Mastercard and Prith Banerjee of HP Labs. Stay tuned for more executive perspectives in the coming weeks.

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Perfection Series: Forgotten Data in your Logs (Log Redaction Service) by Andy Thurai

From a business standpoint, leaking sensitive information into your logs is not only bad, but could lead to compliance, liability, and risk disaster sooner than you think. While there are solutions, including DLP, out there to inspect the data traffic and … Read more >

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