2017 once again proved that the cyber threat landscape is complex and constantly changing, dictating the need for comprehensive and responsive defences that step up to the real challenges that organisations face. AI-aided attacks, increased regulation and the exponential growth of endpoint and IoT devices present the opportunity for entirely new forms of risks to emerge, ever changing the face of cyber security.
Link: Ten trends that will change business cyber security protection in 2018
According to CNBC, citing KeyBanc analysts, Amazon Web Service (AWS) saw its grasp on public cloud computing drop in Q4 2017, with the company’s market share down from 68% to 62%.
At the same time, Microsoft’s Azure platform saw its own market share grow from 16% to 20% during the same period,…
Link: AWS loses ground to Microsoft in public cloud computing market
The charity sector has been one of the slowest to adopt new technology, with smaller charities in particular struggling to keep up with the demands (and costs) of digital innovation.
Mobile is one area that has stayed particularly stagnant in recent years. According to Episerver, one quarter of…
Link: Why apps are a key part of mobile strategy for charities
If you are looking for some great Mobile Apps for Visual Storytelling then look no more. I’ve compiled a list of visual content apps that will enable you to create awesome visual content from your mobile device no matter where you are. Let’s get started! . Creating social media and marketing content has never been easier with the visual content apps we have available to us. Mobile apps for visual storytelling can help you create everything from images to GIFs to video…
Link: 17 Easy-to-Use Mobile Apps for Visual Storytelling
25 Mac Apps For University And High School Students [Credit: Pexels]With the world’s school kids going back to school after the new year, I thought it would be a good idea to put together a list of apps for Mac using students for the new school year. Many of the apps listed are ones I have listed…
Link: 25 Mac Apps For University And High School Students
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Anyone can create a cryptocurrency. It’s a surprisingly simple process, especially if you copy the codebase of an existing coin and give it a new name. That’s how many of the most popular cryptocurrencies such as litecoin were born. But creating a cryptocurrency and mining the genesis block isn’t enough: until that coin has its own mobile wallet and can be used to transact, it doesn’t deserve to be called a cryptocurrency.
Link: If Your Crypto Doesn’t Have a Mobile Wallet It’s Not Really a Currency – Bitcoin News