Rob Tiffany

Tag Archive: Network

IoT Minute Episode 19: Reliable Telemetry Transmission

In the real world, you can’t count on ubiquitous wireless coverage and therefore your device SDK must be able to cache sensor data locally and perform retries due to network failures to ensure you have a reliable system.

IoT Minute Episode 16: How do you Connect your Things?

Machines and devices with compute, networking and storage are typically connected via a software development kit (SDK) that packages together all the sensor values and sends them over the network to a gateway or server.

Improve User Productivity by Utilizing Cloud Services to Better Serve Mobile Employees

Mobile employees working around the world are best served by globally distributed cloud services + replicated data with low network latency.

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Reduce Business Risk by Protecting Corporate Assets and IP from BYOD Employees

Send “Bring your own Device” BYOD employees to the Internet via a separate Wi-Fi network versus giving them direct access to internal servers. Many companies today have a guest network. This is a separate Wi-Fi network that visitors use to…
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Proximity Sensors and Bluetooth in Windows Phone 8

During this video, Andy and I cover local communication with Windows Phone 8. After a Bluetooth overview, we show you how to use Bluetooth from an application, Near Field Communications (NFC), bump-to-connect, as well as the proximity API functionality. Be sure to…
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Network Communications in Windows Phone 8

During this video, Andy and I show developers how to leverage patterns for the asynchronous use of networking APIs in Windows Phone 8. Topics include WebClient, HttpWebRequest, Listener Sockets, Web Services, OData V3, Data Compression support, Simulation Dashboard, Data Sense and apps. Storing…
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Windows Phone 7 Line of Business App Dev :: Network Awareness

By now, you’ve heard me talk a lot about the role wireless data networks play when it comes to the success of your mobile application. They are unreliable, intermittent, highly latent and often slower than they should be due to…
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