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MFiles explains intelligent information management
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 by Richard Harris
M-Files Corporation has announced M-Files 2018, a new product release that represents a step forward in how businesses manage information. M-Files 2018 and the new Intelligent Metadata Layer provide a unified interface that enables users to quickly access documents and other information regardless of the system in which they are stored. In addition, AI in M-Files 2018 e...
Androids failing at double the rate of iPhones
Thursday, September 14, 2017 by Richard Harris
As the two main players in the mobile space, the Android and iOS operating systems are at constant odds with one another for market share and performance. In the second quarter of 2017, Android devices struggled to keep pace with the performance of iPhones. In fact, Android devices had a failure rate worldwide of 25 percent - that is more than double the failure rate of...
The future of cybersecurity in machine learning
Sunday, July 30, 2017 by Richard Harris
McAfee, a cybersecurity company, has announced several new innovations that expand machine learning and automation capabilities to strengthen human-machine teams. Plus, McAfee announces support of OpenDXL.com, a new, independent collaboration portal that offers forums and free apps, giving OpenDXL users easy access to ideas and resources available for application integr...
InnoVault lets you embed endtoend data security encryption to apps
Friday, July 21, 2017 by Richard Harris
Tozny, which has built a secure, privacy-preserving and password-free mobile authentication system, has announced the launch of InnoVault, an easy-to-use toolkit allowing developers to embed end-to-end data security encryption capabilities into their websites, apps, or software. As a result, developers can now raise the level of their data security and privacy managemen...
Metadata can be deadly in cyber exploitation
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
When someone says "There's no cause for concern, it's only metadata" you can send them this:Metadata, or “data about data,” is collected and recorded to describe data, identify trends, administer algorithmic solutions, and model potential scenarios. When one understands how to make sense of seemingly random metadata or how to pair the data with other exfiltrated data po...