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Users of Microsoft Azure now have access to the cloud service’s SQL Database Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) feature that can encrypt databases, associated backups and transaction logs at rest in real-time. The aim is to give Azure SQL Database customers peace of mind that their data protection and compliance requirements are being met.
When Google Reader was discontinued, it broke the hearts of journalists, bloggers and news hounds everywhere. Before that it was Google Talk. Before that; Google Labs. In fact, the search juggernaut has killed off a significant number of useful products in the name of profitability and progress. This infographic marks the passing of every significant product and service: from 2006 to present.
Remember back in the early 2000s when every man and his dog was starting a dot-com business? We all know how that went down. The advent of Internet of Things (IoT) has got a lot of people excited as well and we’re now seeing a torrent of products that are connected to the internet. Some of them are actually useful, others are utterly pointless. Here are five of the worst.