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    For many users today, how they use technology is defined by mobile devices. Their primary device is not a desktop computer, or even a laptop. Instead, it's a tablet or a smartphone. Instead of data stored on a hard drive or a USB stick, corporate data is now stored in the cloud and accessed as needed by users. If we look at the number of PCs versus smartphones sold, the trend is clear. In the 3rd quarter of 2014, analysts ...

    Posted in CTO Insights, Mobile |


    Dec7
    11:00 pm (UTC-7)   |    by

    It's that time of year again - the last quarter of the year is a time for many of us to buy a new smartphone, as we look at the new devices launched relatively recently by Apple, Samsung, and all the other phone providers and decide which one we shall use for the duration of our next smartphone contract. I'm sure that many of us will take home brand new iPhones and Android devices and set it up just the way ...

    Posted in CTO Insights, Mobile |



    There are many mobile app developers today who want to develop the next hot mobile app. After all, if you pay your cards right, you could end up being bought by a much larger company like Facebook, Google, or Microsoft for billions of dollars. It's hard enough to build a mobile app that will have the features and ease of use that will make it popular with millions of users. There are other things that apps can compete on, however: this ...

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    Sep1
    10:12 pm (UTC-7)   |    by

    For the past year or so, I've noticed that people are getting increasingly concerned about how protected their information is - not just from hackers, but from governments and large Internet companies as well. Individual users and organizations are now saying - more than ever before - that privacy and security matters. Of course, the desire for privacy and security is sometimes trumped by the desire for added convenience and features. However, one thing that will cause changes in how data is protected is government ...

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    Aug4
    9:09 pm (UTC-7)   |    by

    When you work for a security company, sometimes people think you must know everything there is to know about technology. So sometimes I get asked, "Will Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies succeed?" Unfortunately, I'm an engineer, not an economist. I can't speak to how big central banks like the Federal Reserve in America, the Bundesbank here in Germany, or the Bank of England in Britain will react to it. Maybe they'll try to regulate it. Maybe they'll try to ban it. Who ...



     

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