February Technology Round Up

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Have you been trying to keep track of all the technology articles we have been publishing this last month? We have put together this handy monthly round up of some of the best technology news and discussion articles we have published recently. Here is our February technology round up.

Offshore Developer Rates 2018: Global Software Development Prices Overview

It’s okay to look for a way to save your project’s budget and seek the help from offshore professionals who charge less. Companies and startups over the worlds have been practicing IT outsourcing for nearly ten years already.

The discussion of this method is heating up more with each day — some say the quality of the final product will end up poor, some freelancers are blamed for IP rights violations, etc. However, most of all, people acknowledge the cost-efficiency of the multinational or foreign teams.

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3 Israeli Startups Vying to be the ‘Waze of Indoor Spaces’

The Israeli navigation app Waze will steer you to your destination along the fastest route. But it can’t help you find your way inside a mall, museum, school, hospital, airport or other large building because GPS doesn’t work indoors.

This problem has caught the attention of tech companies large and small, including Google and Apple, yet today’s indoor maps haven’t mastered live navigation functionality.

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Which Is Better? Instagram Stories Or Snapchat?

You know me, I like to test sh*t out and the new roll out of Instagram has made me excited. Interestingly, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom, has admitted that “Instagram Stories” is another version of Snapchat, a temporal digital platform. Thanks to Snapchat, using Instagram stories has been an easy transition. Temporal video broadcasting is my thang.

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Ransomware: Prepare, Prevent, Respond

ansomware is the extortion-driven malware epidemic sweeping the globe. There are a large and growing number of Ransomware programs all with variants being created on a daily basis in order to evade anti-malware tools. As with WannaCry, the designs may increasingly use worm-like capabilities, allowing the malware to spread automatically and rapidly. Most Ransomware infections begin with either inadvertent execution by a user via a phishing attack on email or result from direct insertion during a hacking attack.

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A Brief History of Data Science

One of the greatest misconceptions surrounding data science is that it is a brand new industry. It isn’t. In fact, it’s been around for more than 50 years. And it’s taken that amount of time for it to grow in popularity and to become one of the fastest-growing, in-demand occupations in the world. Because of how important data science is in my day-to-day life, I wanted to walk through its history and cover a few very important moments.

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‘K’ is for Knowledge: New Israeli Medical App Gives Users Vital Information

Israel’s Maccabi Healthcare Services and Israeli start-up K Health launched an application that will give people a better understanding of their ailments. According to the health company, “K” (which stands for “knowledge”) is the first personal medical assistant in the world to be based on anonymous information gleaned from tens of millions of visits to doctor as well as physicians’ notes and lab results.

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7 Reasons Why MPLS Technology Has Been Wildly Successful

In today’s hyper-connected global marketplace, an uninterrupted network connection is a lifeblood to keep businesses running smoothly. Businesses of every size require fast and reliable communication networks to function and grow. Given to that, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology is being used by businesses, as it increases the network flow and makes it easier to handle.

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Before We Can Discuss Bitcoin, We Must First Talk About Money

Money is the foundational technology for human civilisation as we know it.

Some of our first written records describe monetary transactions in a ledger and, in fact, the very syntactic codes used to describe this commerce are at the base of human languages in use today.

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Startups Using Israeli Military Technology – Bringing Military Technology To You

Did you know that the same Israeli technology used to track the virtual movements across the internet of terrorists with multiple social network accounts and various aliases is being used to protect you from fraud?

BioCatch’s software checks more than 500 bio-behavioral, cognitive and physiological parameters to create unique user profiles for visitors to banking and eCommerce sites, distinguishing between good users and criminal users.

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