The Australian construction sector is not known for being innovative. Recent Australian Bureau of Statistics data reveals that only a third of construction companies could be classed as “innovation-active” compared with more than half of businesses in the warehousing, telecommunications, and retail sectors.
Link: How Built created a hybrid cloud for construction
The tenth anniversary of the iPhone is upon us, and rumors are swirling about affordable augmented reality (AR) glasses coming out soon from several manufacturers. Once this happens, AR is poised to radically change the role mobile plays in how we work, shop, and play—yet again.With 97 million AR…
Link: 10 Kinds of Apps That Could Make AR the Killer Feature on the Next iPhone
Facebook plays a major role in Mobile Apps when it comes to promoting them. If you are looking to have a successful Mobile App then you need to start using Facebook for promotions. Almost all the brands have been active on Facebook, so for the smaller and the local businesses Facebook is known for giving results to online retailers.
Link: How Facebook Helps in Marketing of Mobile Apps
According to the company, the deal will enable its users to utilise high-performance computing as well as other “Big Computing” capabilities that will improve how they run their workloads in the cloud. . “As customers continue to look for faster, more efficient ways to run their workloads, Cycle Computing’s depth and expertise around massively scalable applications make them a great fit to join our Microsoft team.
Link: Microsoft boosts Azure power with new cloud acquisition
At Synapse, we’ve been developing a “low data” app designed to crowdsource, verify, and redistribute information in the aftermath of a disaster. While our particular use case presented special challenges, like minimizing the size of requests and the number of round trips required to fetch new information, many of our goals were the same as for any large-scale mobile web application.
Link: Build an app with Flask and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service
Microsoft has acquired Cycle Computing, a twelve-year-old Connecticut-based company that focuses on helping enterprises orchestrate high-performance computing jobs, large data workloads and other “big computing” jobs in the cloud. Without disclosing the financial details of the transaction, the…
Link: Microsoft acquires cloud startup Cycle Computing
Microsoft has acquired Cycle Computing so that it can accelerate “Big Computing” in the cloud. Cycle Computing is described by Microsoft Azure VP Jason Zander in a blog post as being “a leader in cloud computing orchestration, to help make it easier than ever for customers to use High-Performance Computing and other Big Computing capabilities in the cloud.” The company first made its name on Amazon Web Services EC2 offering with software that claimed to be able to spin up to 10,000 cores, back in 2011, and then 50,000 cores which was designed for the discovery of pharmaceutical drugs.
Link: Microsoft boosts cloud HPC strategy with Cycle Computing acquisition