Learning from the past, taking security seriously and protecting the consumer must be at the heart of developing propositions for the Internet of Things (IoT) because it’s all about personal data, Greenwave Systems’ Chief Scientist advised today.
Speaking at the Broadband World Forum, Jim Hunter told the packed show floor that the real opportunity in the Internet is in connecting it with people; being able to put individual pieces of data about people’s lives into context to make it meaningful.
In his presentation titled “The Internet of Things about you: Evolving from data to content and what you can do”, Hunter went on to warn the audience that while pieces of data in isolation might be harmless, once they’re put together and a picture is formed, the information gained could be dangerous if it fell into the wrong hands.
LONDON, October 20, 2016 – Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) announced today its latest series of security-related milestones, including a major win in border protection and the launches of leading-edge technologies to help enterprises protect their data and operations from the growing specter of cybercrime.
Made in conjunction with National Cyber Security Awareness Month in the U.S. as well as security-related events the company is sponsoring this week, today’s release includes four signficant announcements.
Many mobile games can access sensitive functions and data on employer-issued devices including SMS, social networking, location services & tracking and calendar access
Maidenhead, U.K. – Oct. 18, 2016 – Augmented reality, fueled most recently by the Pokémon GO sensation, and virtual reality gaming opportunities are beginning to really open up on mobile platforms. According to IDC, the number of smartphone and tablet gamers should increase to more than 1.9 billion in 2020. Millions of mobile device users are predicted to play these types of games within a few years, and the workplace is not immune. According to a new report, “It’s Not All Fun and Games: A BYOD Reality Check for Companies”, many of these popular apps could violate corporate risk policies.
World’s top streaming music service embraces APIs and microservices to improve business agility and enhance operational efficiency
London – October 13, 2016 – MuleSoft, provider of the leading platform for building application networks, today announced that Spotify, the world’s most popular and powerful music streaming service, has implemented MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to improve business agility and operational efficiency through better connectivity across its back-office systems.
Spotify continues to raise the bar for digital music services. The company has experienced rapid business growth, with a presence in 60 countries and recently announcing 100 million monthly users. To support this growth, Spotify recognized that improving internal connectivity would streamline business processes and ultimately create a more agile and responsive organization.
Elegant MicroWeb has surpassed 200 Content Management System (CMS) and Portal Solution projects, providing client and partner services including design, architecture, development and support for local and global clients, large and small, in many vertical industries.
The CEO of Elegant MicroWeb, Kartik Patel, announced this achievement and said, “Expert CMS and Portal Development is as important to your business as ERP, CRM, data warehousing, financial and sales systems. Today, there is an increased need for communication, collaboration, knowledge sharing, document management, and workflow management among team members and also with external stakeholders like vendors and customers. This need is driven by consumer expectations, the need for greater collaboration, and increased competitive and market pressures as well as the dynamic changes and growth in all business sectors.”
While the mobile endpoint is a potential game changer for businesses, it exposes mobile workers to security risks and vulnerabilities
12 October 2016 - Dimension Data, the $7.5 billion global ICT solutions and services provider, today published a white paper that examines the need for organizations to transform in order to allow employees to work in more mobile workspaces. In fact, enterprises that fail to offer employees a flexible, autonomous, and creative work environment are at risk of not attracting and retaining next-generation talent. However, most workspaces are not ready for the cyber threats of tomorrow.
Called Securing Workspaces for Tomorrow, the white paper explores the topic of how employees across the globe are already demanding a more mobile workplace, with the flexibility to work from anywhere, any time, on any device, in order to become more productive and achieve work-life balance.
It might be bit difficult to accept the argument that robots are good for human race if you still live in the fantasy world of sci-fi movies. In real, the combination of machines and humans working together is something we have recently started accepting. Robots or you can say automated machines have taken the work load from human beings and have left us with time and energy which can be invested in achieving important value driven objectives.
What is Robotic Process Automation?
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the usage of computer software or a “software robot” for automating transactions, triggering events, processing data and communicating with other systems.
Content that is produced online becomes a source of driving traffic. Online content is key to the success of every business. To be in the top searches and to be in the top trends, fresh content has to be produced that the audience loves.
Managing all of that content can be a very tiresome task for a business. For enterprise business teams, it can be close to a nightmare if they have to sort out content creation, scheduled publication, planning and executing. The content needs to be cutting edge and be planned and executed seamlessly along with the pile of spreadsheets and meetings.
This is where content management comes handy. Thanks to technology, companies have developed softwares that help businesses manage their content. A content management system is a set of tools that support the creation, modification and publishing of content online. It may store data on a cloud-based storage and support collaborative working environment. A system that manages content usually makes it easy for you to sort out publishing on web pages, manage formats, edit history, index and control versions.
If you are already obsessed with WordPress and planning to set up your website or blog, then you must know what the key differences are between the two; WordPress.org and WordPress.com.
Knowing this beforehand would certainly help you to decide the one suitable for you.
Let’s talk about WordPress.org first. Simply speaking, if you are ready to shell out a bit and have sufficient time to devote, then WordPress.org takes an edge.
A self hosted site and domain name registration is what you need to arrange for, at the onset. Down the line, you would be required to take care of upgrades and back up with general maintenance.
Now here comes the advantages and ROI. If you often experiment with different themes, then there’s no restriction with WordPress.org.
You can use customized themes and even modify as per your liking. Freedom to add plugins for added functionality is another plus. What’s more, you can also place your ads and run all kinds of marketing campaigns.
Companies harnessing Confirmit’s solutions report exceptional business results
New York, NY: 22 September 2016 — Confirmit has reported that revenues from new customers more than doubled in the first half of 2016 over the same period in 2015, while existing customers have delivered clear evidence of the ROI by using the company’s solutions. In Q2, Confirmit, the leading global solutions provider for Customer Experience, Voice of the Employee and Market Research, also launched Version 20 of its Confirmit Horizons platform and achieved advancements and growth stemming from mobile-focused initiatives that helped push the company to new heights.
“We succeed when our customers succeed and in the first half of this year, it’s very clear that our customers are achieving great things with our solutions,” explains Henning Hansen, President and CEO, Confirmit. “The combination of our ever-evolving technology and the vision and ambitions of our customers is a powerful one, and I’m confident that the rest of 2016 will bring more excellent results for the companies using our world class solutions.”