With IoT-powered systems delivering new and more accurate data than ever before, defining new patterns for taking advantage of location data findings is essential. Creator includes a new set of capabilities that allow an enterprise to securely create and use indoor maps that dynamically change as new events in spaces occur.
As I read the news recently that Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and J.P. Morgan-Chase were launching a health care venture aimed at reducing costs for their employees, I couldn’t help but think of my recent Amazon order history. Since the start of 2018, my household has ordered the following items from
Microsoft posted a relatively good second quarter this year that continued the ongoing process of its growth into a major cloud entity, in addition to saying it would be taking a significant charge as part of changes to U.S. tax law. In particular, Microsoft said that its Azure revenue grew
AWS has purchased Sqrrl, a Cambridge, Mass. security startup with roots in the NSA. The company helps analyze a variety of sources to track and understand security threats quickly using machine learning. The announcement appeared on the Sqrrl home page in note from company CEO Mark Terenzoni. “We’re thrilled to
Amazon DynamoDB encryption at rest helps you secure your application data in Amazon DynamoDB tables further using AWS-managed encryption keys stored in AWS Key Management Service (KMS). Encryption at rest is fully transparent to the user with all DynamoDB queries working seamlessly on encrypted data. With this new capability, it
Amazon Web Services gave its customers an easier way to get started with serverless applications today. The cloud provider launched its Serverless Application Repository out of beta to give customers an app store for trying out different applications built using Lambda, its event-driven computing service. AWS made a major splash when it