Posts Tagged ‘cloud’

Should your “friend” social login for your business? Visit us at RSA Conference to find out.


Posted on 20th Feb 2014 by in Enterprise Security

Here’s a familiar scenario: I hear about a great website/service that interests me.  It’s free, but I have to create an account to use the service. I’m not sure I’m going to keep using the service, so I hesitate to set up an account. Then I notice that I can login using my LinkedIn profile, […]

What does Microsoft’s new CEO mean for the IT industry?


Posted on 5th Feb 2014 by in Enterprise Security

When Microsoft makes an appointment, people listen. For the past few months, rumors have circulated, swirling around, with different names on everyone’s lips. Will the new boss be Ford Motor Co CEO Alan Mulally? Stephen Elop, perhaps? Well, Microsoft has put an end to the speculation and has appointed its new chief executive, marking one of the biggest […]

What end-user experience do you expect from your cloud service?


Posted on 23rd Jan 2014 by in Mobile

Let’s imagine that you’ve just signed up for a new solution for your cloud service; this really should be a time for celebration as your information is now easily manageable and secure. However, this is unfortunately, for many, the beginning of a long process where you’re required to validate all relevant parameters and pay special […]

The office of the past, present and future – Part VIII


Posted on 30th Dec 2013 by in IoT

The future is smart, and smarter often means smaller (although this might not be the case with smart phones at the moment). And, as you will undoubtedly see from the sliding image of the office past and present, the components of the office of the future take up considerably less space than that of the […]

Security and the mythical ‘business user’


Posted on 18th Dec 2013 by in Enterprise Security

ContentsCreate strong cloud security policies. Train employees about good security practices to make them more secure for both personal and work. That’s an admirable task, but it’s going to take you a while. In fact, you’ll never really be done.Try to convince yourself that your employees and contractors are the exception. (This is the ‘head-in-the-sand’ […]

Gemalto Launches CloudEntr, a new single sign-on solution


Posted on 5th Dec 2013 by in Enterprise Security

Our latest innovation, CloudEntr (a web-based single-sign-on solution), is finally coming to life, and I am very excited to see the materialization of an effort started last year. I strongly believe CloudEntr provides an opportunity for Gemalto to positively impact the digital life of our end-users and make online security available to more organizations. The decision […]

GITEX 2013 is under way – Stay up to date with #GemaltoGITEX


Posted on 20th Oct 2013 by in IoT

The 2013 edition of the Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) begins today at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The five day event, running until the 24th, serves as the ICT business, new product platform and innovation gateway to the Middle East, North Africa and the South Asian region. More than 3,500 companies will be represented […]

Counting down to GITEX 2013 – win an iPad Mini with #GemaltoGITEX


Posted on 18th Oct 2013 by in IoT

The biggest technology gathering in the Middle East region is now only days away. From Sunday, GITEX (Gulf Information Technology Exhibition) will open its doors to over 130,000 delegates from across the world. As well as Gemalto, tech giants such as Accenture, SAP and Cisco will all be in attendance, showcasing the latest products from […]

Money2020 bringing together technology and payment leaders for the future


Posted on 10th Oct 2013 by in Corporate

Money2020 has been full of interesting insights on new and developing payment technologies. Payment players from across the spectrum have gathered for Money2020 this week in Las Vegas, from start-ups to those who have been in the industry for decades. With so many payment power players under one roof, I wonder how many years of […]

Cold Chain is heating up M2M at the Cold Chain Conference


Posted on 26th Sep 2013 by in IoT

How often do you purchase something that was made in another country?  Odds are, several times a week, if not several times per day.  Have you ever thought about the path these goods took to make it to you? Although the trend towards globalization drives an increasing interconnectedness between countries, physical separation still presents a […]