Daily Archives: 8月 10, 2016

Russia Plans Social Media Piracy Crackdown

By | 8月 10, 2016

Authorities in Russia are planning new legislation that could see a crackdown on users uploading pirated content to social networks. Also under consideration are measures to ban advertising from infringing sites and block subscription-based platforms from processing user payments.

Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

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Fb Removes ExtraTorrent Web page, Deletes Consumer Profiles, Flags Hyperlinks

By | 8月 10, 2016

Facebook has removed the official page of ExtraTorrent after complaints from copyright holders. In addition to the page removal, Facebook also deleted the profiles of the admins, while adding a mandatory security check for users who want to post ExtraTorrent urls on their timeline.

Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

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Because of the iPad, Apple Lastly Favored for Enterprise Use

By | 8月 10, 2016

Despite recently weakening consumer sales for both the iPhone and iPad, Apple devices and software have enjoyed a growing presence in business enterprises.

Out of net sales of nearly $234 billion in 2015, some $25 billion came through sales to large business customers, according to Apple’s most recent annual report, released in October. While those sales were just a small fraction of the company’s overall revenues, they grew by 40 percent over enterprise sales in 2014, significantly more than Apple’s overall sales growth of 28 percent, the New York Times reported earlier this week.

Over the past couple years, Apple has hooked up with several other large technology partners, including IBM, SAP and Cisco, to boost its reach into the enterprise market. In 2014, for example, it began rolling out iOS applications aimed at specific vertical markets through the IBM MobileFirst program.


Enterprises Seeking Standardization

Apple’s iPhones and iPads have become the preferred mobile computing devices for corporations, as industries from insurers to airlines aim to ditch bulky PCs and give their employees the ability to do their jobs from anywhere using smartphones or tablets,” the New York Times reported Sunday.

Those inroads have come in part, thanks to some business customers seeking alternatives to the Android operating system, which dominates the consumer mobile market, according to the Times.

Some enterprise users worry thatGoogle’s Android software, which are generally cheaper and popular with consumers, have lagged in the security technology and the standardization that companies want,” the Times noted.

Earlier this summer, for example, IBMlong the go-to provider for corporate ITannouced it was giving businesses the option of offering Apple Pay to their customers through the cloud. Apple’s mobile payment system would help enterprises ensure quick, easy and secure transactions for their users, IBM said.

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