Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Why Microsoft isn’t to blame for Home Depot’s breach: an appeal for strong authentication

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Posted on 14th Nov 2014 by in Enterprise Security

Home Depot dealt with its data breach by switching operating system but upon closer inspection it would perhaps have been better to invest in strong authentication technology and staff training.

What can Apple Pay teach service providers about combining security in the cloud and on the device?

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Posted on 14th Nov 2014 by in Mobile

Hybrid security frameworks for NFC payment services.

Will Apple Pay set the payments world alight?

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Posted on 13th Nov 2014 by in Financial Services

Apple Pay has the potential to accelerate mobile payments but it needs to go beyond payment convenience in building a compelling proposition for retailers.

Apple SIM opens new cellular connectivity potential to tablets – bringing both opportunity and challenges to MNOs

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Posted on 23rd Oct 2014 by in Mobile

The new ‘Apple SIM’ brings a simpler experience for tablet users the world over, and delivers opportunities for new revenue streams to mobile network operators. But MNOs will need to get to grips with a whole new model for subscription management …

Do CEOs need advanced security? With power comes great responsibility…

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Posted on 26th Sep 2014 by in Enterprise Security

As the leader of a company, the CEO has access to the most private, valuable information from corporate strategy and financial results to sensitive employee data. Few will argue with the fact that the CEO is someone who needs advanced security.

Gemalto M2M Fact or Fiction Quiz: Can you spot tech reality from science fiction?

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Posted on 23rd Sep 2014 by in M2M

Machine to Machine (M2M) technology is getting more column inches than ever thanks to an explosion of news about the Apple Watch, and more generally, the way that wearable technology and home automation technology is making the internet of things a reality. Most of us know about the huge potential health and fitness apps have […]

Can anyone make security cool?

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Posted on 28th May 2014 by in Corporate

I made my first Internet purchase in 1993, a T-shirt for the nascent music-sharing site IUMA (Internet Underground Music Archive). The founders of IUMA, all from the University of California, Santa Cruz, had thought a lot about their venture, and understood many things about the Internet, the law and risk. First of all, IUMA didn’t […]

Secured communication is driving the future for connected cars

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Posted on 23rd May 2014 by in M2M

From four-wheeled mobile offices to driverless cars and even windshields with integrated Google Glass, the possibilities to enhance transportation and improve our way of life are endless. As with most things Apple get involved in, the future of connected cars has become a hot topic over the past few months. Since the launch of Apple’s […]

Questions from Rafe Blandford, All About Windows Phone

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Posted on 27th Feb 2014 by in Mobile

In the latest of our responses to prominent mobile bloggers and influencers, I’ve taken a look at a question from All About Windows Phone’s Rafe Blandford. Rafe asked: Mobile beacons (Bluetooth based) look set to get a lot of interest in the retail environment in 2014? What sort or innovations do you expect to see […]

The history of the mobile phone: very large, to small, and now getting bigger?

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Posted on 19th Feb 2014 by in M2M

Is it just me, or are cell phones (after decades of shrinking) getting bigger and bigger? The first mobiles (models from the ‘Improved Mobile Telephone Service’ of the 1960s) were laughably large by today’s standards, and probably didn’t even warrant the description of ‘mobile’. Fortunately, the innovative and brilliant Martin Cooper, working for Motorola at […]