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Zylk Industry is here Big Data and IoT together
Zylk Industry is here. Big Data and IoT together for our customers. your industry is full of data, are you...
ZYLK Industry Advanced Analytics wants to accelerate its growth via BIND 4.0
Bind 4.0 is a public-private acceleration program that lasts 24 weeks and takes place in the Basque Country. It focuses on Industry 4.0 early-stage startups involved in big data, additive manufacturing, artificial vision, cloud computing, augmented reality, cybersecurity, cyberphysical systems and/or collaborative robotics. They offer “A contract with one of our top industry firm partners for the development of an Industry 4.0...
ZYLK Industry Advanced Analytics participa en el reto Velatia - Ormazabal
El viernes 30 de septiembre ZYLK Advanced Analytics se presentó al reto Velatia (Grupo Ormazabal) enmarcado dentro del programa de Innovación Abierta de Bizkaia Open Future, impulsado por la diputación de Bizkaia y Telefónica. Zylk propone soluciones para la monitorización remota de máquinas aisladas así como elementos de seguridad IT para las mismas. Así mismo dispone de una herramienta...
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Online edition with Libreoffice in Alfresco 5
Last days I was asked for a tip (again) for enabling online edition via webdav with Libreoffice in Alfresco 5. It is tested with this setup: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (although it can work in other Linux) Libreoffice 18.104.22.168 (it comes with the Linux distro) Alfresco CE 5.0c && 5.0d (the jar is valid for Alfresco 4 too) Last versions of Firefox and Chrome So, in your Alfresco 5 server you need to download the jar file and ...
Pentaho Dashboarding for EU-OSHA European Agency
After a year of work for EU-OSHA Agency (European Agency for Safety & Health at Work), Zylk’s BI team Iñigo Sanchez, Sergio Argerey and Irune Prado, together with Bilbomatica’s team, has concluded a huge and ambitious project where dashboards are delivered as dynamic infographics, using Pentaho Community Dashboard Framework. The result is available in the following link ...
How to link portlets located on different pages in Liferay Portal
Following with the IPC (inter portlet communication), let's go with an example that explains how to create a link in one portlet that points to another portlet located on a different page (editor's note: wow!! - editor's hint: portlets are not pages) To do this we have to use the tlds :