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Tablet as a device has been hit hard by the large screened phones which offer almost a similar degree of utility. As we have been seeing lately, the hybrid laptops have been picking up pace as they double up as machines people could work on. Pixel C from Google is the first tablet designed by Google themselves and the keyboard it comes with suggests how serious Google is with prepping the Android as a full-fledged computing OS. However, the very fact that Android apps are not yet optimized for this particular use case and the limited scope to multitask have developed a bottleneck.
Google is well aware of the challenges and limitations in this project and thankfully it is also addressing them duly. Here is what Glen Murphy Android and Chrome UX director has to say “There are many things, like multi-window, that we’ve been spending a lot of time on-hopefully we can share more about this soon.” He further added that “We’re working on lots of things right now for the N that, of course, we wish, you know, But we’d spoil the surprise of N if we shared all of them. Split screen is in the works!”
So that is it, Split Screen should make its way to Android N, although that’s like almost a year away. Apple had added identical functionalities to its iPad running iOS 9 and even some of the Microsoft Windows tablets boasted of the feature. The irony is that manufacturers like Samsung have already implemented the same in Android Ecosystem but native app support has been lacking.
The generic problem Android is facing when it comes to enriching the tablet with tailor made app is the difficulty with which they can make the layout scale for the big screens. All this just means one thing, Android is getting serious about turning the tablets into utilitarian machines. Here is the link to the Reddit AMA in which the Pixel C team tries to answer most of the queries regarding the Pixel C.
How do you end up being a ‘significant software provider’ in the still-shifting world of hybrid cloud?
IBM thinks it knows how — the firm has just been ritualistically anointed by Forrester Research in its latest Wave report on hybrid cloud management.
Is this just puff and fluff as a result of IBM being Forrester customer?
That’s always a tough one, yes Forrester analysts are paid to ‘study’ IBM and write things about what the firm is doing — but, equally, Forrester analysed 32-evaluation criteria in its report.
The idea here is to try and help cloud developers and their infrastructure and operations cousins (Ed – you missed a chance to say DevOps, dummy!) select the right hybrid cloud management technologies.
How to buy a hybrid cloud
What does selecting a hybrid cloud ACTUALLY involve for a developer?
We’re glad you asked… IBM explains that it includes offering developers a rich library of app and infrastructure templates, APIs and a choice of multiple public and private clouds.
IBM will also offer what Forrester called ‘deep and broad’ support for prebuilt application and infrastructure templates, provisioning and configuration management and role-based controls.
Features !! ‘rich’ ones, obviously
There are also cost, performance and capacity management features… ‘rich’ ones, obviously.
According to IBM, “Hybrid clouds are gaining widespread market adoption because they leverage existing IT resources while integrating into public and private cloud environments. This gives organisations greater control of their data, improved application performance and efficiencies, enhanced collaboration all while helping to centralise IT management. As a result, businesses not only reduce costs but achieve greater efficiencies.”
Big Blue insists that it has been aiding clients in their migration to hybrid cloud solutions for years.
Below are some recent IBM hybrid successes
Giant Eagle, one of the US’s largest privately held multi-format food, fuel and pharmacy retailers is overhauling its IT infrastructure with a hybrid cloud solution from IBM Cloud. The solution is designed to provide an integrated system management for greater visibility into data from everything from the supply chain to the check-out line.
Marriott Hotels is adopting a hybrid cloud environment to offer faster digital services to web-savvy guests and uncover insights about traveler preferences for its more than 4,000 properties across the globe.
Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, is working to revamp and migrate the company’s online retail operation to a hybrid cloud solution from IBM. The solution will give customers an easier way to connect, browse and shop for goods and services online.
In this digital era it might come as shocking to most of us that a sizable number of villages in India are still un-electrified, which essentially translates into the fact that these villages never had the “Luxury” of using electricity. This report says that as of August 2013, 32,227 villages of India were yet to be provided with electricity access. Although the report is two-year-old, now the number has apparently come down to 18,500, and the electrification process in still ongoing.
Mr Piyush Goyal, the Union Minister of State for Coal, Power and Renewable energy has been standing strong by the Government’s commitment of achieving electrification of all un-electrified villages in India by 31st of March 2017 and the buck doesn’t just stop there as they have also introduced an Android app which will show the progress of electrification in the form of an intuitive dashboard.
The Android app has been designed well and it does what it claims to do, the live dashboard works on a real time basis and displays essential stats like number of villages electrified, number of villages surveyed and the status of each electric grid. It also breaks down the progress state wise along with the contact details of the Engineer in charge for that particular region.
The application is not just for us, as it also comes with a separate login for the GVAs (Gram Vidyut Abhiyantas) who are 309 in numbers and will be deployed at district level in order to help with the State Distribution Utilities. The Government seems to be further using the technological prowess to video conference between the authorities and sync up on a real time basis.
Lately, the Indian government has been coming up with initiatives which leverage technology to simplify the processes and add a much needed layer of transparency. Although not all of the initiatives are praiseworthy, but the fact still remains that government wants to put its best foot forward and employ technology to catalyze the ongoing processes.
However, the authorities should ensure that the level of transparency and data accuracy is consistently maintained. Don’t mistake the Grameen Vidyutikaran app for a shoddily built application which just takes you through the webpages, it in fact feels refined and intuitive as well. In case you didn’t know already, Government employee attendance dashboard was yet another initiative from the authorities which displayed the attendance of the employees on a real-time basis along with the number of active devices.