Employees too often store company data on personal devices
Employees still have a habit of storing sensitive company data on personal devices.
That's according to research by SlashNext. Nearly three-quarters of employees surveyed said they still store sensitive company data on private devices. The number of data breaches going through these personal dev... Read more
Box boosts compliance with Ethical Walls for Box Shield
Box launched Ethical Walls. The feature allows admins to ban file sharing among specified user groups. Ethical Walls prevents employees from violating laws when sharing sensitive information.
Box provides storage services in a secure cloud environment. Organizations use the solutions to store, e... Read more
‘Amazon may settle EU antitrust probes by the end of the year’
After making concessions to address concerns over the use of seller data, US retail giant Amazon may be able to settle two EU antitrust probes by the end of the year, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
If it manages to conclude the probes, Amazon escapes a fine of up to 10 percent... Read more
Salesforce announces third-party management of encryption keys
Salesforce introduced External Encryption Key Management. The upcoming solution allows Salesforce's products to be encrypted by third-party partners. As a result, Salesforce has less access to user data, making it easier for customers to comply with European privacy laws.
Salesforce develops a ... Read more
Microsoft launches policy-as-code tool for Azure
Microsoft introduced a policy-as-code tool to streamline policy implementations in its Azure cloud environment.
Organizations are increasingly using cloud environments for day-to-day operations. In order to keep things streamlined, certain policies and rules need to be integrated within their en... Read more
European Commission to demand smartphone battery improvements
The European Commission proposes that Apple and other manufacturers should be required to make accessories freely accessible to customers.
As a part of its ongoing investigation into electronic waste, the European Commission (EC) has recommended a variety of initiatives aimed at creating ecolog... Read more
Small businesses gauge how Apple’s privacy changes may affect them
Small businesses worldwide are cutting down marketing spending because of the latest privacy changes made by Apple, making targeting new customers increasingly hard.
Last year, Apple forced developers to seek permission to serve users personalized advertisements on iPads and iPhones and track th... Read more
European or not, ensure your AI business clings to EU Data Laws
As the world moves toward a new age defined by machine learning and artificial intelligence, the very basis of numerous modern tech is being scrutinized by policymakers.
Data is essential to refine any cutting-edge technology and will grow significantly as we develop more advanced ML, and AI mod... Read more
‘Companies struggle to innovate due to ineffective data use’
A survey by VMware indicates that European businesses struggle to innovate because of ineffective data use.
VMware's report reveals that many of the European enterprises surveyed struggle to extract value from data. The companies have difficulty innovating and miss out on strategic opportunitie... Read more
’50 percent of firms rely on manual testing to review applications’
A recent report reveals that around 50 percent of firms still leverage manual testing as a way to review their applications.
Applitools based the 'State of UI/UX Testing' report on input from developers, testers, Q/A administrators, and UI/UX designers from more than 1000 enterprises.
Half r... Read more