Ybrain Ybrain, a Korean startup that makes wearables for Alzheimer’s patients, announced today that it has raised $ 3.5 million in Series A funding led by Stonebridge Capital, bringing its total raised so far to $ 4.2 million. Co-founder Seungyeon Kim told TechCrunch that the money will be used for clinical trials and the manufacturing of its wearable devices. Read More


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Introducing Long Term Retention for DPM Azure cloud backups

August 28, 2014

We are pleased to announce the availability of long term retention for Azure cloud backups in Update Rollup 3 (UR3) for System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager and the latest release of Microsoft Azure Backup. This is one of the most voted feature on Azure Backup feedback forum so we look forward to your […]

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Public Folder Updates in Exchange 2013 CU6: Improving Scale and More

August 27, 2014

Note: Some of the documentation referenced may not be fully available at the time of publishing of this post. Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 6 (CU6) was released today and provides several important updates for modern Public Folders. This blog post introduces you to the updates delivered in CU6 and discusses our on-going investments in […]

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How to train your MAML – Importing data

August 27, 2014

In my last post I split the process of using Microsoft Azure Machine Learning (MAML) down to four steps: Import the data Refine the data Build a model Put the model into production. Now I want to go deeper into each of these steps so that you can start to explore and evaluate how this […]

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Haiku debates kernel switch (but it’s not happening)

August 25, 2014

A very interesting discussion is taking place in the Haiku mailing list right now. A developer has created a working prototype implementation of the BeOS API layer on top of the Linux kernel, and he is wondering if the project is worth pursuing. He’s got the App, Interface and Networking Kits in good shape within […]

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Azure previews fully-managed NoSQL database and search services

August 25, 2014

I am pleased to announce previews of new NoSQL database and search services and the evolution of our Hadoop-based service. Available as previews today are Azure DocumentDB, a fully-managed transactional NoSQL document database-as-a-service, and Azure Search, which enables developers to easily add search capabilities to mobile and cloud applications. Generally available today, Azure HDInsight, our […]

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LG Is Already Launching A New Smartwatch – And This Time It’s Round

August 24, 2014

 Android Wear isn’t even a year old, but LG is already ramping up the hype cycle for its second smartwatch based on Google’s wearable software platform. The design for the new device centers around a circular face, a trick that Motorola is pioneering with its Moto 360 smartwatch, which should ship in early September, but […]

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Enterprise Remote Control Security Update

August 23, 2014

If you purchased Enterprise Remote Control, or are running the trial – you will want to get this update. It uses OpenSSL to provide HTTPS support, and some new vulnerabilities have been disclosed in this library Here are the two major issues: CVE-2014-0224 And: CVE-2014-3512 This update addresses all known OpenSSL vulnerabilities as of August […]

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Released: PelNet v2.0

August 22, 2014

download EHLO Exchange community, It seems that PelNet has been well received and I’ve been receiving requests to add much wanted functionality to PelNet. So this article is a quick update on some of the cool new features that administrators can use to help troubleshoot and validate mail flow. The new features added in this […]

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Hate to see you go, but it’s time to move on to greener pastures. A farewell to Authorization Manger aka AzMan

August 22, 2014

Hi all, Jason here. Long time reader, first time blogger. AzMan is Microsoft’s tool to manage authorization to applications based on a user’s role. AzMan has been around since 2003 and has had a good run. Now it’s time to send it out to pasture. If you haven’t seen thisarticle, AzMan has been added to […]

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