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Hitachi Vantara Unveils New Turnkey IoT Appliance, Powered by Lumada Software

Hitachi Vantara, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE:6501), today unveiled a new appliance for internet of things (IoT) deployments: Hitachi IoT Appliance, powered by Lumada, Hitachi’s IoT platform. Delivered as a turnkey system, the appliance’s “hyperconverged meets microservices” architecture combines Hitachi’s best-in-class storage

Debunking Myths: Don’t Count Out Traditional Advertising Channels–Embrace Them

To digital media marketing proponents, it sounds like a sacrilegious statement, but it’s true — and a significant amount of online media marketing can be a colossal waste of money. The widespread belief that web and social media ads are giving a higher ROI

Forty million victims of modern slavery in 2016: report

Women and girls are disproportionately affected by modern slavery, 71 percent of the overall total, a study says. Global child labour remained concentrated primarily in agriculture in 2016, the report said [File: AP] Forty million people around the world, mostly women and girls, were

Life after working for the least popular president in modern history

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s most marketable skill is marketing. Before his job with the Trump administration, he was the communications director for the Republican Party, a position that made him responsible for how the party presented itself to the world. From Jan.

Traditional Mindanao weaves on exhibit in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO — The Hinabi Project (THP) from September 18 to November 24 will exhibit a unique collection of textile work from the island of Mindanao, curated in the historic Craftsman The Mills Building & Tower in this city. This work comes from the

Bamboo Flooring Industry Size, Statistics and 2022 Forecasts Analysis

This is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Bamboo Flooring industry. In this report, the global Bamboo Flooring market is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of

SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK: FEDS GIVE KASPERSKY SECURITY PRODUCTS THE BOOT

APPLE FINALLY ANNOUNCED the iPhone X this week, complete with a facial recognition system that Apple calls FaceID. Preliminary impressions are that FaceID will be difficult to trick, and should be secure for the average user, but researchers are eager to test its robustness. Consumer facial

Mocaa, Cape Town: grain silo reborn as Africa’s answer to Tate Modern

Twinkling like rows of cut-glass decanters in a well-stocked drinks cabinet, the faceted windows atop Cape Town’s new contemporary art museum rise as a crystal beacon above a motley jumble of wharves, warehouses and shopping malls. The windows shine out from the crown of

GE Appliances pays $1.2 million to settle lawsuit over 2015 fire

GE Appliances will pay $1.2 million to settle a class-action lawsuit stemming from the 2015 fire that destroyed Building 6 at Louisville Appliance Park. The settlement fund will pay for damages to nearby property from debris and smoke related to the fire, as well

When does Modern Family season 9 start?

So you’ve probably already heard the bad news: season 10 will probably be the last for the family-centric sitcom. But we have some good news for you, too: Modern Family season 9 is right around the corner. Get ready to really savor Phil’s antics,