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Reasons for IUID requirements are many

Contractors supplying equipment to the military are likely aware of requirements for Item Unique Identification of each piece of equipment they produce. The Department of Defense requires the identification, in the form of a 2-D data matrix symbol, for each piece of equipment valued at $5,000 or more, and in some cases, items of lesser value. 358 more words


IUID standards have common purpose

NATO’s ability to bring together the military forces of its 28 member countries to achieve a common goal is extremely powerful. There are, of course, a number of challenges when it comes to joining many disparate organizations to work together. 372 more words


Make sure your UID labels pass the test

Trust but verify. That well-known phrase typically applies to U.S. foreign affairs. But it could also come to mind among defense contractors who are dealing with requirements for Item Unique Identification (IUID) of products they produce for the military. 373 more words


Oops! Microsoft accidentally teases Windows 9 'coming soon' on social media

Microsoft’s internal censors seem to be sleeping on the job this year. In June, the Surface Pro 3 manual included several references to a small-screen Surface Mini despite the fact that a small-screen Surface Mini was… 283 more words


Apple will reject any wellness apps that store private health data in iCloud

Given recent events surrounding the security of cloud-storage accounts, Apple is keen to reassess any updates to iOS. The company has revealed that any Healthkit apps storing a user’s private wellness data in iCloud will be flat-out rejected from the… 10 more words

Deepak Verma

Team USA Left Open Mouthed and Confused By New Zealand Haka Dance

SYDNEY — Australians are used to seeing the Kiwis in all their haka glory, but it appears it is a stunning sight for Americans.
On Tuesday, Team USA played New Zealand in the FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain, winning the match 98-71. 23 more words

Deepak Verma

Here's a Shockingly Easy Way To Skirt iCloud's Two-Factor Verification

There’s a major flaw in the way that Apple’s iCloud syncs photos that makes it laughably easy for a hacker to get all those naked selfies that you never want the world to see — and it’s possible to exploit even if you have two-factor verification enabled.Read more… 10 more words

Deepak Verma