Google

Google’s new privacy policy: what’s changed?

There are many opinions about Google's new privacy policy among bloggers, journalists and friends. After studying all of them I have some questions left: Is Google's new strategy of replacing separate policies for each application with one shorter policy -- one which allows them to share our data across all those applications with no way… Continue reading Google’s new privacy policy: what’s changed?

IT Trends

CES 2012 – the Cloud Electronics Show

Overall, there was very little "outstanding announcement" to report from CES 2012. It isn’t just one of those years in which we see radical changes. The largest firms (like Microsoft) didn’t participate at all. In fact it was a year when existing technologies just improved significantly in their features, performance, aesthetics, capabilities, and we saw… Continue reading CES 2012 – the Cloud Electronics Show

IT Trends

People Say: What social media services do you use to share content and why?

Social Media is a tool on the Internet. It is not a business. Like any tool, it can be used to enhance and promote an enterprise if you have a niche, a target market, a business plan and ambition. Let’s have a look at the preferences of LinkedIn community. «I wanted to be flippant and… Continue reading People Say: What social media services do you use to share content and why?

Sharepoint, Windows

How SharePoint can learn from Windows 8

During the course of 2011 Windows8 was presented to the. Could the current proposed – ‘Windows 8’ – provide the basis for major future changes to Microsoft SharePoint? SharePoint has been an enormous success for Microsoft in recent years. Let us take a speculative look at three areas where SharePoint can learn from Windows 8.… Continue reading How SharePoint can learn from Windows 8

Android

Android Apps will be developed by the “Style Guide” Book

It's well known that Android is fragmented or, as Google CEO Eric Schmidt contends, "Differentiated." In a bid to codify design principles for the operating system's look and feel, Google unveiled Android Design at CES 2012. This website seeks to help app developers create apps with a more uniform look and feel for Android 4.0,… Continue reading Android Apps will be developed by the “Style Guide” Book