Rich Stroffolino looks at Apple’s commitments to both privacy and growing services revenue. His conclusion? The company should offer a VPN service.
Hot take alert: Facebook Protect isn’t the most insidious plot to steal your information.
Where do you start when a tech topic gets too deep? First Five! Our new series takes a step back and introduces a new tech topic with five things you want to know. It’s your quick and easy fix to understand the technological fundamentals all around us. For our debut, First Five breaks down the Cloud.
The EU GDPR data privacy regulation is set to go live later this year. What is GDPR? What makes it so special for the protection of personal data? What do you need to know to get compliant before it’s too late? Tom Hollingsworth walks you through the pieces to help make sense of this landmark regulation.
Today, the term artificial intelligence is a lot like a baseball at a tee-ball game, it gets thrown around a lot, albeit not very accurately. Often in the rush to brand something as trendy, all meaning gets tossed out the window. So when I saw Trove in the iOS App Store claiming to bring AI to email, I was skeptical.
It’s time for Gestalt News once again! This week in servers:
– DR Troopers: Quorum onQ 4.0
– AMD: The Last Decade
Plus Sysadmin Chatbots, The “Why” of HCI, API’s, privacy, and patent trolls!
Amazon is currently resisting a court order to turn over voice records from an Amazon Echo at the scene of a murder investigation. While this case may not set a precedent, eventually IoT devices will fall under a high court ruling on privacy. While it’s doubtful that Echo devices will become commonplace in an enterprise setting, there is the possibility that always listening internet connected devices will. If that becomes the case (and some would say it is with IP phone systems), what is the expectation of privacy?