Innovation is the key to a successful business and it’s increasingly recognized as such, especially in the technology world. Frost & Sullivan recognized MicroStrain, Inc. for Innovation in Sensor Cloud Computing. MicroStrain Connects Sensors to the Cloud Through a Unique Platform With Advanced Data Visualization Capabilities and User Programmable Online Analytics. Based on its recent analysis of the sensor cloud computing market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes MicroStrain, Inc. with the Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Leadership for SensorCloud(TM), a platform for sensor data storage, visualization, and remote data management. MicroStrain leverages advanced cloud computing technologies in SensorCloud(TM) to provide data scalability, rapid graphing, and user programmable online analytics for sensor data.
s people become more entwined with a data-driven and social web, what we consume, how we consume, and who/what we invest in all have the potential to radically change. Cloud-based consumption may be that new project we‟ll want to sink our teeth into. Let‟s see how Cloud Computing Could Change Consumption and Our Economy, (US Economy). Truth be told, it has been around for some time now (think of the terms “e-commerce,” “m-commerce,” or “digital commerce”). But it has really needed a spark to set it in motion as a disruptive force, and this last recession – and its associated recovery – may just be the thing it needs.
We could do wonders with social media. How about encouraging employees to leverage social-media sites affiliated with your enterprise and they could become the new brand stewards by expressing how corporations care about their customers and employees. This change of Social Employees Becoming Brand Stewards will help companies to increasingly spread a good word about them.
On one hand social media can be a blessing; it can also be quite a hurdle. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in late October, would allow the Department of Justice and copyright holders to seek court orders to block payment processors and online advertising networks from doing business with foreign sites accused of infringing copyright. If this thing passes, we could see court orders that bar search engines from linking to the allegedly infringing sites. Or most interesting, it would require domain name registrars to stop resolving queries that direct traffic to those sites — and even require Internet service providers to block subscriber access to sites accused of infringing. The Stop Online Piracy Act could oblige cloud providers to harm their own customers.