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What GDPR Is and How to Comply with It: A Brief Guide As you have probably heard, the EU commission signed the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) back in April 2016. The legislation is designed to help companies handle efficiently the data challenges of the 21st century and give strict guidelines as to how to work with massive flows of digital information. It is set to protect web users (data subjects) from malicious use and loss of their personal info and, also, to give people greater control over how their records are processed. GDPR is to take effect on May 25, 2018. Company runners still have time enough to modify organizational processes to comply fully with new security rules, and today we will explain how they should start. What Exactly Is GDPR About? First off, it outlines how companies that work with EU personal data should obtain client’s consent. ... (more)

Privacy and Security on Blockchains | @CloudExpo #FinTech #Blockchain

Privacy and Security on Blockchains: What Protection Measures the Networks Are Adopting to Secure Their Users Decentralization of everything, the great new idea of which the web can’t stop babbling, might still seem a bit utopian if you inspect it closely. Yes, blockchains are likely to reshape our economy, or a huge part of it, and benefit considerably those who are currently unbanked. They might also facilitate the creation of rating/reputation systems that are not controlled by any single entity and thus allow people (say Uber drivers who’d like to work for Lyft) to switch empl... (more)

Internet of Blockchains | @ExpoDX #FinTech #Blockchain #Hyperledger #Bitcoin #Ethereum

Internet of Blockchains: How Networks of Distributed Ledgers Will Enable Scalability and Cross-Chain Value Exchange A few years ago – in the early days of Blockchain – a lot of people were taken with the idea of a multifunctional chain on which all transactions could be handled. After Ethereum was launched in 2014, its advocates were talking themselves hoarse about the transformative opportunities the platform introduced. Decentralized applications, they predicted, along with all sorts of value transfers would be executed exclusively on Ethereum from that point on, and no other... (more)

How Much Does a Mobile App Cost? | @CloudExpo #Cloud #Mobility

How much does it cost to make an app is almost as popular a question as it is confusing. No one tries to learn the exact costs of, say, making a movie: people realize that there's an overwhelming amount of variables involved on which they depend. But almost every day a new inquiry is posted on a tech forum, Quora, or Reddit, as to how much it'd take to build a mobile business app. Such calculation, in many ways, is even harder to make. Is there a way to tackle the question properly? First we want you to understand that any exact figures couldn't possibly be given straight away, ... (more)

The Mystery of MVP Paradox

The concept of ‘Minimum Viable Product (MVP)’ has been made widely popular by The Lean Startup movement and is religiously used by everyone ever since. Enterprises are taking a page out of Eric Reis’s book and trying to adapt and adopt some of its best practices, MVP being one of them. But the problem and paradox of MVP is that in order to succeed in a modern digital world, it should be neither just minimum nor simply viable. Which also rises a question whether ‘MVP’ is still the right term to use. Today we dive deeper into why large companies should go with this strategy and unc... (more)