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There has been a blizzard of publicity and hype around wearables and the Internet Of Things (IoT), which only seems to be increasing as companies use it to garner epic valuations.
Privacy experts from all over the world gathered in London this month for the annual Data Protection Intensive run by the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
As the web has become more central to our lives, achieving strong online privacy protections has also become more important than ever. Privacy is today a big and growing topic in mainstream media, politics and technology.
80% - that's the figure which keeps bubbling to the surface; if data is the new 'oil', as often claimed, then most institutions store of it is 'crude', to put it mildly.
Mobile test automation is a relatively new concept in the testing world, while usually testing would revolve around testing websites on browsers using tools such as Selenium, or load testing, in the last seven years the smartphone market has taken off and more specifically apps.
Background – What Is Hadoop? Like Big Data itself, there has been an awful lot of hype around Hadoop, and acres of not particularly accessible content. One Fun Fact is that the Hadoop handle itself came from the name of a yellow toy elephant owned by the son of one of its inventors.
This month's trawl of Slidesshare presentations focuses on The Web at 25, and the three main stages (crashes aside) that have shaped the modern Internet.
With the year into the final third quarter tech journalists will be looking back and beginning the perennial “best of” lists of trend from 2014. For us at Governor Technology regulation of the web and transparency around your data and privacy are rarely far from our minds.
A couple of years ago the Domo agency rustled up an Infographic of headline numbers for the biggest players on the web. While there is nothing revolutionary about Facebook being a Yeti in data terms, there are some surprises in the mix.
The UK is currently scheduled to hold a referendum on continuing EU membership in 2017 and the continuing rise of Euro-scepticism in the UK political landscape suggests that the outcome of such a vote is far from certain.