Revolutionizing Industry: How AI is Transforming the Industrial Internet of Things

Published: 28.01.2022

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) revolutionizes how companies operate, allowing them to optimize processes, improve efficiency, and reduce costs. One of the key technologies driving this transformation is Artificial Intelligence (AI).

SEO and SEM, as well as copywriting as we know it, are becoming less effective and are likely to become obsolete shortly.

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I am sad and it is a shame to see that, the country that prides itself on being the land of all possibilities and a fair country has come down to this.

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The transition to the new brand is almost done. As we are closing the doors to an old chapter in our business, we are opening them to a new one.

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The other day I had an interesting conversation with an old friend who was quite keen to tell me that I'm spending my money and time in the wrong way by doing a weekly podcast.

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We have decided to build this brand in a way in which it can prove beneficial for the whole company.

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It’s Monday morning and we already have a few support tickets up. First one is related to our website, at Dev-Vision.com. As you may already know, our website runs on WordPress and we like this CMS because it’s easy to use, easy to develop on it and easy to customize and expend. The issue we are facing here is related to our RSS feed which for some reason doesn’t work. Sometimes WordPress does that and apparently no one can find out why this is happening. When one is trying to access the RSS feed a new line character is inserted at the beginning (1-st line) of the XML file thus resulting an invalid XML file which many RSS feed readers, including Google’s FeedBurner, can’t read properly.

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I like to stay somehow connected to some websites, like ASP.NET official web site, Scott Gu’s and Scott Hanselman’s web sites and a few more others. Until a few days ago I was using my favorite RSS feed reader (the one included in Microsoft Outlook 2010, which is always opened on my desktop) to keep up with the latest updated on these sites.

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I’ve learned recently something I was hoping was over: different browser versions store or not the session cookies. The problem is that even the newest browsers can’t store session cookies or simply refuse them on default settings or with session cookies enabled.

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The power of two: Microsoft and Skype. I remember that for a few years now Microsoft needed the Silk codec to use it in conjunction with what was at that time Office Live Communicator and Office Live Meeting. I’m pretty sure they needed it for Lync, a product I like a lot, especially since I have it installed on my PC and laptop as part of the great Office 365 E3 subscription we have at Dev-Vision.

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I’ve been playing a little with our clients’ websites hosted on Office 365. I’ve also been testing and setting-up Dev-Vision’s SharePoint Online intranet sites. Our clients like and use the Small Business Plans, mainly P1, thus we realized some differences between the two service types.

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Microsoft just deployed the latest update for Windows Live Hotmail, the ActiveSync synchronization possibility, which enables users to sync their e-mails, contacts, calendar and tasks with the Hotmail servers. The great part about Windows Live, for those who don’t want to invest in a professional, enterprise solution such as Microsoft Exchange Online (or the complete Business Productivity Online Suite), is that Microsoft has Windows Live Admin, where administrators can add their domain names to be linked to a Windows Live ID, formally known as a .NET Password.

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As many of the ASP .NET developers know, ViewState is a necessary evil. Can’t live with it, can’t live without it. The easiest way to disable ViewState is to turn it off from the web.config file of your web application.

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As I mentioned before, Microsoft launched its new, much appreciated search engine, transforming the competition and bringing Bing in the top of the search engines, a place where Microsoft Live Search, unfortunately, never was.

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Today I was trying the new product from Microsoft, Expression Web, version 2, quite useful to all web developers world-wide. I know I was working a bit with the previous version (Expression Web Designer) and I was quite impressed where Microsoft got to be after removing FrontPage from the Office package (for those of you who don't already know, Expression Web - at least the first version - was using the powerful engine behind FrontPage, improved where necessary).

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It's hard not to notice the power of today's mobile terminals. We use these devices every day, yet many of us don't even realize the true potential hidden inside this small devices.

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