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The Private Cloud for Fashion industry

The retail industry exemplifies the maxim, change is constant. Still, the approach of the industry towards emerging technology of cloud computing is somewhat baffling. Cloud computing, a paradigm shift after the client-server model break-through of the eighties, is starting to … Read More

Android app stops smartphone spies

Android app stops smartphone spies

A new Android app can detect surveillance attempts on your smartphone, including IMSI catchers (also called “stingrays”), hidden text messages and attacks exploiting the telephone-signal protocol known as Signaling System 7 (SS7). Called SnoopSnitch, the app launched for free on … Read More

User Experience and customized design

User Experience and customized design

As read in the previous article a user encompassing ICT field is related to the design of customized and flexible portals. They provide information to any output device (“Multichannel Access Gateway”), hiding the complexity of the different user and channel … Read More

JPMorgan: 76 million customers hacked

JPMorgan Chase & Co., the biggest U.S. bank, said a previously disclosed data breach affected 76 million households and 7 million small businesses. Customer names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses were taken, the New York-based bank said today in … Read More

User Experience and management problems

Two parallel lines that will never meet? The harmonization of management and the strategic necessities of medium/large dimension company CED with the increasing relevance of User Experience expectations growing at different speeds from the the planning constraints, resulting from the … Read More

Glancing At LiveBox Server Framework

Glancing At LiveBox Server Framework

Somebody once said that there is not a unique way to do a thing. There could be different ways, some more efficient, some faster, some more stable, some safer. When it comes to start a new project the decision of … Read More

Microsoft, announced Windows 10

After the disappointment of Windows 8, Microsoft has skipped 9 and announced its next OS will be Windows 10 — and it will have the Start button that Windows 8 dropped to the dismay of many. In an event in … Read More

C++11 and the nullptr keyword

Since C++11 was released, a lots of new big features has been presented to developers: lambda, async,auto and more. But there’s an interesting new keyword that will help you a lot a in strange situations: nullptr. Before C++11, the only way to … Read More

Objective C and C/C++

Consider the developing of a game: you’re writing your scene under the magic and wonderful C++ world but you really need to display the Game Center leaderboard (or the Google Play Games leaderboard): it’s the time to call a native Objective … Read More