ABBYY Business Card Reader app now includes Salesforce integration
ABBYY today announced that the ABBYY Business Card Reader app for Android can now be integrated with Salesforce. This way, contacts can be transferred directly from scanned business cards to Salesforce CRM.
The release of this new feature takes place at the same time as the tenth anniversary of the ... Read more
Yelp for conservatives’ 63red Safe leaks user data
A new mobile app described as 'Yelp for Conservatives' is leaking user data and business reviews, according to a French security researcher. The app, 63red Safe, was launched this weekend in the App Store and Play Store.
63red Safe describes itself as a service where users can read "reviews of loca... Read more
Latest release Appian Platform makes encoding faster
Appian comes up with a new version of his low code platform. It must be easier than ever to build business applications. In addition, the process with the renewed platform should be up to twenty times as fast. This is partly due to the expansion of the number of possibilities offered by the platform... Read more
Microsoft Excel digitizes data tables printed with smartphone camera
Microsoft comes up with an interesting new feature for the mobile version of Excel. If you have the software on your smartphone, you will be able to take a picture of a data table printed on paper. The Excel app then converts it into a fully editable spreadsheet.
Microsoft announces this in a blog o... Read more
At least 17,000 Android apps ignore all of Google’s privacy measures.
At least 17,000 Android apps build a permanent archive of all your online activities and use that information for advertising purposes. The apps keep the archive, even if you indicate that the information has to be forgotten. This is shown by new research into the way in which Android apps track use... Read more
The HP Tango is a smart printer that never runs out of ink.
Sun little every device in the office is smart. Although: printers could be smarter. Companies haven't done much with it yet. With the exception of HP, which has released a new printer for a new generation on the Dutch market. The Tango is designed around the smartphone and makes the use of printers... Read more
Android should only be used with virus scanner’.
As far as the Consumentenbond is concerned, Android is not safe enough to use without a virus scanner. A trial by the Dutch Consumers' Association shows that the standard security of Google's mobile operating system does not provide sufficient protection against malware apps or against phishing.
The... Read more
Nearly three quarters of employees use forced labour apps on a personal smartphone
Nearly three quarters of employees are forced to install apps for their work or use them on personal mobile devices. The majority of employees who have to do this are not happy about that. For example, people are afraid that their employer will be able to follow them, even when they are not at work.... Read more
Google releases improved Android Studio 3.2
Today Google released Android Studio 3.2. The latest version of the software has a lot of new and useful features for developers. Think of a new format for publishing apps, a tool that maps the energy consumption of an app and an improved emulator.
As every year, Google also unveiled this year's upd... Read more
Very popular macOS app turned out to contain spyware
A number of apps have been found in the MacOS App Store that are used to spy on consumers and steal their data. The apps have been removed by Apple, but would have been very popular.
Security firm Malwarebytes reported this yesterday. Security researcher Patrick Wardle also wrote an extensive blog a... Read more