We tend to take for granted the fact that it’s relatively easy to communicate with others all around the world, instantly, on a wide variety of devices. It’s easy to forget about all the infrastructure it takes to support this kind of connectivity. We really have the telecommunications industry to thank for keeping us plugged … Read more
A recent incident reminded me of the importance of backing up one’s phone regularly. Soon after carrying my recycling out to the curbside, I realized I had misplaced my 6-month-old iPhone. Cue brief panic, followed by deep concern that I’d somehow tossed my device into that transparent bag I’d left outside for the world to … Read more
Microsoft, like Sony before it, is taking steps to be more transparent about the data it collects from Xbox users and in detailing what circumstances it is shared with other companies. The next time you boot up your Xbox One, you may be greeted with a page that reiterates Microsoft’s policies surrounding privacy and data-sharing. … Read more
We have seen many people panicking when they have deleted something from their Android without proper knowledge. It happens when you clean up the Android for extra space, you know. Instead of panicking, they can do something better, though — use an Android data recovery software. Then, there is the next problem coming up. There … Read more
Researchers at digital forensics software firm Elcomsoft have discovered an interesting security feature that’s slated to become available in the next version of iOS; and could make it harder to extract data from your stolen or seized iPhone. It’s called USB Restricted Mode, and it basically locks down the data connection over the Lightning port … Read more
Back to the Roots Recently, I realized that the associative/semiotic/hypergraph (R3DM/S3DM) technology framework we propose to be adopted in database management systems can be considered in many ways an extension to Codd’srelational model. I am aware that this is a big claim and certainly this is not the place or the time to lay down … Read more
Unless you avoided reading or listening to the news last year (and with everything going on in the world who can blame you), you no doubt heard reports of ransomware attack after ransomware attack occurring in 2017. This type of hacking issue, where cybercriminals break into individual or company systems and hold data for ransom, … Read more
RFgen Software announced today the general availability of its newest software release, RFgen Version 5.1. This software release is currently available for existing RFgen customers with an active RFgen Software Maintenance Plan….Software – United States – Latest News Read also How can AI (Artificial Intelligence) improve the performance of call center software?