Showing posts from March, 2017

internet privacy protections vs. encryption - quick thoughts v17.03.29.txt

- privacy loss will surge measures to ensure https everywhere

- chrome and firefox will implement this extension or variant in next application releases

- opendns will push for mainstream dnscrypt - commercial customers running umbrella already have this feature.   isps running dns will become a less popular choice

- google's famous and will adapt for a customer friendly option to encrypt dns traffic

- iot traffic will become very valuable - consumers unaware if continuous data streams are encrypted

- opportunity for router manufactures to inform owners of potentially unsafe traffic being passed (of course this gives them ability to inspect)

- iot manufacturers tokenize term to ensure individual's privacy of data in transit

- awaiting a technology response to make this seamless for all internet citizens

iPad Pro with multipoint force touch and regional haptic feedback to iot household item restocking v17.03.27.txt

iPad Pro becomes the platform with force touch that allows for multiple points to recognize various pressures with regional haptic feedback

Immersive interaction giving a z-level to object and applications. Game changer for UI design when working with flat surfaces - depth would add the ability to move through 3D space.  App developers and UX designers would have a field day!

If weight could be determined this could be modified for a flexible roll application to put in kitchen cabinets to detect and read food weights for automatic reordering based on consumption - would need to figure out how to deal with non OCD item placement (kids)

No need for target subscriptions or amazon dash buttons.  Data for household item consumption data could be send back to the company supplying the flexible fabric to understand daily consumption with a massive amount of data to parse.

Could link to calorie consumption, over or under eating  and recommendations for eating habit adjustments (diets) - links…

citrix acquisition by microsoft - speculations on what could happen - v17.03.26.txt

entertaining the thoughts of a Citrix acquisition by Microsoft (only speculation)

- Windows desktops are going away, Windows apps are as well

- utilize Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop to hang on to published apps in the azure platform
- consume Netscaler VPX as your azure engine of choice to replace the long history of proxy server and isa server and threat management gateway.   Microsoft needs this more than Cisco and with the nitro API, MS could hide all of the complicated parts within the azure dashboard
- make HTML5 mainstream for azure-based Microsoft apps
- use HDX adaptive transport (over UDP) to compete with PCoIP (VMware competition for the long-haul)
- incorporate ShareFile into OneDrive for Business to enhance it's positioning against Google G-Suite apps, using network connectors to bring in on-premise file server data will help with compliance concerns
- be thankful that GoTo products are are broken off since that would compete with Skype
- use Microsoft lingo and drop: E…