At Build, Microsoft tried a different way to mobile developers’ hearts

At its Build developer conference this week, Microsoft showed how it plans to stay relevant in the mobile computing market without a popular mobile OS.

Microsoft’s plan isn’t so much to rely on developers building applications for Windows 10 Mobile, but rather to create tools to help them build apps on any OS and hope this trickles down to help Microsoft as a whole.

One key move in this regard is releasing Xamarin’s tools to developers for free. Xamarin, which Microsoft acquired a few weeks ago, lets developers create apps for iOS and Android using C#, a programming language that Microsoft originated.

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Why you should own the key when encrypting data in the cloud

This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter’s approach.

Cloud computing services have become so easy to use that users commonly upload, view and download files and access applications anytime, anywhere, from any device. But they probably aren’t stopping to consider whether the files they’re uploading should be encrypted, or even uploaded in the first place.

The responsibility to safeguard that corporate data still rests on the shoulders of IT, and as a matter of standard practice, IT should enable automatic encryption of every piece of information before it’s sent to any cloud service.

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Baptist Health Earns Highest Designation as National Spirit of Women…

As part of a comprehensive evaluation process, Baptist Health demonstrated innovation and excellence in women’s programming across the board and earned the designation as a Premier Hospital System by…

(PRWeb March 31, 2016)

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Nature Inspired Nanotexturing Gives Graphene Boost In Light Absorption

The humble moth has provided inspiration to a team of top researchers at the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey, who have engineered graphene, a material that is usually terrible at absorbing light, to create a nanotextured graphene that can absorb 95% of incident light – all by mimicking the nanostructure found on on the eye of a moth.


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Launch of Hosting.Express: The “one-stop-shop” for hosting, domain…

The launch of Hosting.Express marks a new Site Specialising in hosting, domain names, professional email accounts and websites; Hosting.Express offers an impressive selection of self-service solutions…

(PRWeb March 30, 2016)

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Tampa Family Health Centers Adds New Location at Florida Hospital…

One of the region’s largest ambulatory care provider in collaboration with one of Tampa’s largest tertiary hospitals increases accessibility to medical care throughout Hillsborough County.

(PRWeb March 28, 2016)

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