Hi, welcome to my home page. My name is Ali Razmkhah Shendi; i was born on December 1985 in Iran.
I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in computer science and computer networks (IT) from Amirkabir University of Technology and Sahand University of Technology, Iran, in 2007 and 2010 respectively.
Now i am working on software designing & implementing, distributed systems, real time processing systems and industrial machine controller systems.
Additionally, my research field is computer networks; my last academically research field is optical networks, dynamic bandwidth allocation regarding quality of service (QOS).
1)Google completes its office suite for iOS, to no one's benefit
When I hear about companies and government agencies adopting Google Docs or Google Apps, I figure they must use no mobile devices in their work, because Google's decent Web productivity apps are horribly limited when used on a mobile browser, whether iOS's Safari or Android's Chrome.
2)Support letdowns tarnish Apple's sterling quality
A petition has been circulating for nine months demanding that Apple fix what seems to be a defect in its 2011 Mac
3)Pay up: The free ride is over for corporate BYOD
4)Your business has gone mobile -- now what?
The self-provisioning of technology in the workplace by employees, more commonly known as consumerization, is the most dramatic opportunity disguised as a challenge that businesses should embrace. Along with the infiltration of unsanctioned personal devices, applications, and Web services inside the organization, companies are gaining workers who are increasingly self-motivated to be more empowered, engaged, and resourceful.
What enterprise would say no to a self-starter?
5)Neura's novel approach: Baking intelligence into connected devices
A well-known problem in the Internet of things is that many connected devices operate in silos. Your Fitbit doesn't communicate with your Nest thermostat, for example.
6)The iPhone and iPad may be losing their enterprise luster
As I wrote last week, Apple seems to be reversing the Android dominance in the market as a whole or at least slowing it.
7)3D printing makes its move into production
When NASA's Juno satellite blasted off for Saturn, the 3D printed parts in its final assembly represented just one small step toward manufacturer Lockheed Martin's goal to eventually build an entire spacecraft using additive manufacturing technology. The launch also signified one giant leap toward the use of 3D printing in the aerospace firm's manufacturing processes here on earth.
Other businesses are adopting 3D printing in production, too. IT, in response, is buckling up for the ride.
8)The 3 ways the Internet of things will unfold
9)The proper care and support of today's mobile worker
Today’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) employee isn’t yesterday’s road warrior, so it’s time for businesses to put in place the structured support systems — policy, management, and application access — that align the expectations of the new corporate work style with its business priorities.
With more than half of employees paying for their mobile devices (and all or some of their data plans), and the lion's share opting for their device of choice rather than IT’s device of choice, the traditional notion of imposing operations based on standards and stability flies out the window.
10)Android has good reason to fear Apple's resurgence
In recent weeks, a drumbeat has grown among tech analysts that Apple's iPhone is poised for massive uptake while Android