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Mender at FOSDEM

6th Feb 2019

We participated in FOSDEM from February 2nd to 3rd in Brussels, where we also gave a talk on Mender.io which you can view here. Next up for the Mender team is Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany from February 26th to 28th, as well as our participation in the embedded track at SCALE 17x in Pasadena, California on March 10th.

Stay tuned for big product announcements in the coming weeks...

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What separates leaders from laggards in the Internet of Things

22nd Jan 2019
IoT

In a recent report, McKinsey shared the findings from a survey of IoT practitioners at 300 businesses with mature IoT programs (those that have expanded beyond pilot projects) Their focus was on what distinguishes leaders from laggards.

At a high level leaders are more aggressive, better at aligning a common sense of direction, and more practical in execution.

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Meetup on IoT Application Prototyping and Other Upcoming Events

10th Jan 2019

We will be hosting a Meetup this Wednesday, January 16th in San Francisco on IoT Application Prototyping with Debian and BeagleBone and we hope you can make it. You can find the details here.

Other upcoming events include our participation at FOSDEM in Brussels on February 2nd and 3rd: Mender will have both a stand (H-4) and a talk on the latest developments of the Mender open source pro...

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Updating Raspbian remotely

20th Dec 2018

If you are using a Raspberry Pi with the Raspbian OS, a new way to update it remotely is available!

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Mender 1.7 released: Raspbian and broader Linux support

14th Dec 2018

We are happy to announce the production releases Mender 1.7.0 and 1.6.1!

The key features of Mender 1.7 are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the release notes of Mender 1.7.0 and Mender 1.6.1.

We are happy to see an increase in community contributions with Mender 1.7! A big thank you to the contributors for investing your time in developing new features as well as everyone providing feedback and support! To give due credit, the changelog for Mender 1.7 and later includes contributor statistics.

The focus for Mender 1.7 is to make Linux support much easier, including binary Linux distributions! The key features of Mender 1.7 are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the Mender 1.7.0 release notes.

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