The article was geared towards Google’s latest push of its Android features on Windows. Though in 2022, iOS has a significant market share with its vast ecosystem, Google has their plans to cover it. Fast Pair is given priority in the collaboration of Android and Windows to make text file sync easier vs Apple’s iMessage across the whole ecosystem.
HP, Acer and Intel are the first batches to adopt Google’s plan to make Android a flawless experience in Windows PC. Windows OS has the most market share in computing; the integration was a much-needed one to grab extra attention towards the OS.
The CES 2022 announcement to utilize Google’s Android in Windows OS received serious attention. However, we will start seeing the results late in 2022.
The cybersecurity landscape of 2022 prioritizes ransomware and Remote Code Execution (RCE). They made several headlines in prior years, especially last year. According to research and stats, within 10th December of 2021, more than 3.7 million hacking attempts were recorded.
Concerns raised as 2022 will be another lucrative year for cyber attackers to gain easy money by doing fraudulent activities with individuals and companies. Apache Log4j vulnerability is the most popular one in recent times, using Remote Code Execution (RCE) to gain control from inside.
Due to the coronavirus, many people transitioned into an online-based workflow to keep up the link with company essentials. Which the attackers took advantage of. The US and the UK signed a joint pledge to work against online threats.
IDC reported that we would reach about 180 zettabytes of data by 2025. How would that affect us? Tons of data means tons of storage. A big focus is geared towards optimization on file allocation. Though it is much storage, we will not use it by dumping unnecessary files.
The EU and the US data migration policies require tons of legal obligations to be maintained. Again, data hoarding is given keen attention in many nations.
As businesses that hold more data has more power over people, the government is concerned about the regulations. Distributed storage network has a specific property; it follows decentralized protocol and leverages the platform’s anonymity. Meaning more security is part of the subscription, along with promised surveillance.
Data storage and cloud communications relate all the way. We were happy with regular text messages a few years back, which later came in multimedia messaging service (MMS). However, that was not as effective as the ones we see today.
Cloud communications have made things very easy for us, no matter the platform or location. At TechKnowledge, the topic specifically describes cloud communication and its scalability. Popular cloud communications platforms such as Discord, Slack, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangout, Zoom, Skype became very popular among companies and teams.
Unified communication as a service (UCaaS), a popular version of cloud communication, brings cloud communications under one roof. Check out the full article to find further information’s.
EDR tools dependency is not uncommon, but the tools often remain vulnerable due to extensive malicious attacks. Long planned malicious attacks can cut deep to any endpoint. The article covered Trend Micro™ Worry Free™ XDR, proving these points beyond clarity.
We highlighted Nerds That Care’s statement on endpoint security and how rampant they are.
UKCloud’s sign to the Memorandum of understanding with the government was a fine highlight in many publications. Which was later picked up by TechKnowledge. UKCloud’s multi-cloud experts are dedicated to transforming the public cloud sector of the UK.
UKCloud’s acquisition is subject to the National Security Investment Act according to Digital Alpha on 21st January.
Cisco Systems Digital Alpha is eager to widen the view on the digital economy, enterprise data, and management across next-generation broadband networks.
DC’s regulation on big tech is heating up as the head of Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Lina Khan, took matters into her hand. The head of FTC told us that the ‘fight against big tech takes courage.’
When we remove smaller companies from the market or large firms buy them, the competition is resolved, giving them unmatched power to control user data.
On the other hand, big techs are hard to charge regulatory processings due to the sheer scale of what they have become. Vow to change unfair means against Amazon, Alphabet, and Microsoft is getting quite interesting. Read more by clicking the title.
Intel planned to invest an initial $20 billion in Ohio’s ‘mega-site’ to manufacture cutting-edge computing chips. The chip market has genuinely diversified. Intel has a better plan to give the US its position as the market leader in chip manufacturing.
The construction will end by 2025, with 3,000 high-paying jobs for software engineers and 7,000 construction jobs. Another $100 million is pledged to teach young people and interested individuals to work in the sector.
There are tons of chip manufacturing companies, and even China is competing against US giants. Once finished, the ‘mega-site’ will add towards Intel’s 12 per cent market share in chip manufacturing.
The ‘big-trio’ of cloud are Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud. The combined power of these three suppresses well above every other cloud provider in the world connected.
The Prudential Regulation Authority (UK), the Financial Services Authority (FSA), is responsible for building societies, insurers and significant investments.
The PRA said they are concerned about several companies having more data than the government on people, which gives them a tremendous amount of power. Extracting them or accessing them is tough. New rulings are about to change how we think about accessing data from these cloud giants. More tech content is coming soon at b2bTechKnowledge.