The CEOs of the biggest tech companies – Jeff Bezos for Amazon, Tim Cook for Apple, Sundar Pichai for Google and Mark Zuckerberg for Facebook – testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday 29th July 2020.
Google will change their settings to delete some personal data it collects about individuals automatically. These changes will only apply to new accounts. However, existing users will be able to adjust their settings. This is because the company wanted express permission to delete collected data. Such changes include: Wiping web and app activity, including location data, after […]
Lockdown is beginning to ease across the UK. More people are being encouraged to go back to work. But what if you are happier and more productive working from home?
Recent information has come to light that Facebook planned to use its Android app to track the location of its customers. This was to allow political advertising and invites to dating sites to ‘single’ people. One would have thought (given recent events) that Facebook would have been more careful with user data.
Currently, Gov.uk Verify (a digital ID system) developed by the Government Digital Service is a secure way to prove who you are online. You do not need to prove your identity in person to access government services, like filing tax or checking identification like driving licences. However, the future of this body is unclear and more public sector data should be available for effective identity verification.
The coming months will mark 100 years since the peak of the 20th century’s most deadly catastrophe: Spanish Flu. Considering this, I would like to explore how IT has shaped modern medicine and may help prevent a future disastrous outbreak.
The promise of business insight from Big Data through quality analytics is now a reality in most businesses. Cloud analytics is a service model in which elements of the data analytics process are provided through a public or private cloud and it has been adopted by a third of the survey respondents.
Digital Birmingham Big Data Corridor: Serviceteam IT will collaborate to form partnerships with other organisations, the sharing of data and to benefit from the expertise of the partner organisations involved with the project. The possibilities are endless and Serviceteam IT can’t wait to embark on this exciting new project.
Part One | Part Two In Part One we learnt: Install and update Windows Server with Active Directory Federation Services version 2.0 (AD FS 2.0) with update Rollup 2, KB2681584. Set-up AD FS for Office 365 for Single Sign-On. To continue . . . Add five claim rules to the Active Directory Claims Provider trust. Use the following procedure to […]
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 provides a way to configure access restriction policies. Office 365 & Exchange Online customers using Single Sign-On (SSO) who require these policies can now use Client Access Policy rules to restrict access based on the location of the computer or device that is making the request and prevent access […]