Anyone involved in Information Technology of any kind is familiar with the concept of standardization…if they are smart they are also extremely appreciative of it. Several decades ago when computers and the networks and infrastructure they are now a part of were being developed and spreading across ever-larger areas, it quickly became apparent that without standardization in important areas like I/O Ports and the like, the growth of the technology would be limited by the technicians knowledge of and availability of the interfacing connections and devices you would need to connect them. 1,195 more words
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The Week 4 Modern and Contemporary History Research Seminar is on Wednesday 21 October 2015, at 16:15h in Arts Lecture Room 4 (LR4).
We are delighted that it is organized in conjunction with… 17 more words
[News Release] HTML5Apps paves the way to future W3C payment standards and advances mobile Web standardization roadmap
The two-year EU-funded HTML5Apps project proudly looks back to its achievements. The project, ending in September 2015 successfully accelerated the development of standard Web technologies required to make HTML5 apps competitive with native apps, specifically in the areas of Web payments and rich mobile Web APIs. 418 more words