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Face Recognition Systems Under Fire

Face Recognition Systems Under Fire

Facial recognition technology has improved substantially in recent years, but now the manufacturers of such systems, including giant tech companies, are facing pushback by consumers and even their own employees.

Swittons by P360 Available in Microsoft Azure Marketplace

Swittons by P360 Available in Microsoft Azure Marketplace

New Jersey-based pharma software company P360 has announced the availability of it’s “Swittons” in Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The product is a small desktop solution based on Microsoft Azure that facilitates immediate communication between Pharma and Prescribers based on 4 programmable buttons that match frequent Prescriber needs. Swittons are similar to Amazon’s Dash buttons, but made for healthcare providers instead of consumers.

RealWear Choses Microsoft Teams for New Hardhats

RealWear Choses Microsoft Teams for New Hardhats

RealWear has announced a series of hardhat headsets with Microsoft Teams functionality that allow industrial workers to use both hands for complex work procedures while remotely collaborating with subject matter experts from around the world.

Thales, Telstra, Microsoft and Arduino Deliver Trust or IoT Applications

Thales, Telstra, Microsoft and Arduino Deliver Trust or IoT Applications

hales and the Australian telecommunications company Telstra are cooperating with Microsoft and Arduino to develop scalable security for connected IoT devices.

Coronavirus: Big Tech Events Called Off Due to COVID-19

Coronavirus: Big Tech Events Called Off Due to COVID-19

Microsoft is the latest big company to announce the cancellation of a major event due to the outbreak of COVID-19, a new coronavirus that originated in China.

Firedome integrates with Microsoft Azure Security Center for IoT

Firedome integrates with Microsoft Azure Security Center for IoT

Firedome announced an integration with Azure Security Center for IoT to combine Azure’s threat monitoring and recommendation service with Firedome’s real-time protection and response capabilities.

Connected Cars: Ericsson and Microsoft work together

Connected Cars: Ericsson and Microsoft work together

Ericsson and Microsoft are planning to bring their connected cars expertise together. Ericsson has decided to build its Connected Vehicle Cloud on top of the Microsoft Connected Vehicle Platform running on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

FogHorn’s Lightning edge AI platform

FogHorn’s Lightning edge AI platform

FogHorn announced the availability of new Lightning Edge AI platform features, including tools and enhancements to empower OT professionals.

OpenAI: Microsoft Invests $1 bn in Elon Musk’s old  Company

OpenAI: Microsoft Invests $1 bn in Elon Musk’s old Company

Microsoft is expanding its Azure cloud computing service to include artificial intelligence (AI) supercomputing technologies and has signed a new partnership agreement with the Elon Musk’s old company, OpenAI, which is now run as a nonprofit AI research organization.

Device Security: Race to the Edge

Device Security: Race to the Edge

Analytics services are moving to the edge but ensuring the physical security of edge devices can be a real headache. Device Security providers often take very different approaches to securing the edge, and finding the right strategy for enterprises and organizations will vary by IoT business case, not to mention risk management.