In the previous post we looked at some of the policy zones that an Enterprise API Management has in Mobile security, including: 1. External security policy: for the Mobile device -> API Management Layer message exchanges 2. Internal security policy: … Read more >
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By Greg Slater, director of trade and competition policy at Intel It is an exciting time again in the international trade world. We soon should have a very experienced trade negotiator as our next U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). And, no matter what industry sector a business may operate in, USTR is negotiating an ambitious trade initiative […] Read more
It’s apps that always get the glory don’t they? After reflecting on my talk at the Health Refactored conference in Mountain View last week, I saw a lot of focus on the consumer and client side of the healthcare API … Read more >
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API Evangelist Kin Lane has just released a new paper that provides an overview of the Backend as a Service space. Kin’s research does a great job covering the breadth of tools and services that get lumped in under the … Read more >
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Today, Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have brought American companies one step closer to accessing a more competitive workforce, by adopting a set of amendments offered by Senator Orrin Hatch to the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013 and moving the bill forward. Intel fully supports these amendments and applauds […] Read more
Now-a-days every single CIO, CTO, or business executive that I speak to is captivated by these three new technologies: Big Data, API management and IoTs (Internet of Things). Every single organizational executive that I speak with confirms that they either … Read more >
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In celebration of California’s Water Awareness Month, the latest episode of Mobile Insights Radio highlights the importance of bringing safe and clean drinking water to people in developing nations, using mobile technology. According to the ONE campaign, every 20 seconds, a … Read more >
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Kin Lane has started tracking what he calls API Brokers over at API Evangelist. This quote illustrates the promise of API brokerage: I envision other new API brokers emerging, in niche areas like images, video or messaging. Imagine if you could … Read more >
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I saw a conversation today on Twitter that asked why we don’t just embed proper security into Hadoop instead of suggesting the API gateway approach to Hadoop security that my colleague Blake proposed. The same could be asked about any number … Read more >
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Now more than ever, people are using the visual capabilities of their mobile devices everywhere they go. Even some of today’s “casual” games have features that were like the stuff of science fiction mere years ago! Intel has delivered PC … Read more >
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Join us Wednesday, May 22 at 10:00a Pacific / 1:00p Eastern for our next webinar with Capital One and Mashery: APIs are a hot topic in all sectors of IT – they have gone from being niche solutions provided by … Read more >
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I just wanted to send a short note that I will be talking about API Management strategy & health care data at the Health Refactored conference next week in Mountain View. I’m hoping to learn a lot of and also … Read more >
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It’s likely that you’re a safe person. You wear a seatbelt, brush your teeth, don’t take candy from strangers. But when it comes to technology, we have a tendency to leave ourselves open to attack. The password may be our … Read more >
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Visionmobile released a new info-graphic earlier this week that puts some spotlight back on HTML5. While HTML5 is in third place compared to Android and iOS for development and deployment platforms, the most interesting aspect of the survey is the … Read more >
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It’s springtime and there is a buzz in the air. The API Management market place is heating up. Businesses are seeing the value in exposing data. In the world of Healthcare IT, the drive to accelerate electronic health record adoption collides … Read more >
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