Can some smart programmers stop the if-then snow loop soon? The Northeast gets a double shot on Monday and Tuesday. The snow in Texas is gone but it left behind an impressive amount of damage. Under the snowmelt we found some newsbits, so enjoy.
Seems like the weather demands yet more attention. At the time of this writing on February 15, Dallas is six degrees colder than Anchorage, Alaska. Houston is only one degree warmer than the Alaskan city 4,132 miles to the northwest. New York City is 23 degrees warmer than Dallas.
IoTPlaybook Insight: Intel's Channel Sales Director and IoT Lead for the Americas Lucas Martinez sees the $300 million in sales of IoT devices as the foundation for resellers to present much higher value-add plays.
ChannelPro editors select Corey Kirkendoll, president and CEO of 5K Technical Services in Texas, as the winner of the yearly honor for MSPs and VARs who have shared especially powerful peer-to-peer business advice.
IoTPlaybook Insight: One way to have a smart city is to make it safer. Senet will provide its LoRaWAN technology to connect New Cosmos 806NLR Wireless Natural Gas Alarms for utilities companies in the U.S.
IoTPlaybook Insight: Last month, Microsoft's Channel 9 hosted a virtual event, and promised, "we will cover topics ranging from IoT device connectivity, IoT data communication strategies, use of artificial intelligence at the edge, data processing considerations for IoT data, and
February brings snowfall measured in feet to the Northeast, as Winter Storm Orlena dumps wet, clumpy snow globs on the area until early Wednesday morning. Thursday the sun reappears, followed by rain on Friday.