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How to Share Digital Content in Small Teams without SharePoint

How to Share Digital Content in Small Teams without SharePoint

One of the most popular solutions for digital content sharing is SharePoint. Everyone has heard of SharePoint and the beautiful company sites that can be created with it – if you are a developer or if you can pay a large hunk of cash for a SharePoint expert. Another strong feature is SharePoint’s ability to integrate with Office365. […]

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What makes a good collaboration platform?

What makes a good collaboration platform?

Symphony and Markit partnership boost collaboration in Financial Services Symphony and Markit have announced a partnership to promote the adoption of a Collaboration Platform as a Service (CPaaS) in the financial industry. The news is likely to provide a boost to the adoption of collaboration platforms across a sector which has been traditionally reluctant to entrust its confidential content to third […]

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What(sapp) took you so long?

What(sapp) took you so long?

At iPushPull we take our users’ privacy and security very seriously, so we were intrigued that two of  the biggest news stories to break this week relate to just that. We think it’s great that everyone is suddenly talking about encryption. Whatsapp‘s plan to incorporate Open Whisper Systems‘ TextSecure protocol for end-to-end encryption is old news, announced way back in […]

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End-to-end encryption for all Whatsapp messages …but not for spreadsheets!

End-to-end encryption for all Whatsapp messages …but not for spreadsheets!

Hot on the heels from the security fob off from Apple to the US government, WhatsApp is updating its messenger app with strong encryption so that every text and voice call will be highly protected for their 1 billion+ users. After starting the process in 2014, Facebook owned Whatsapp have fully completed their roll out […]

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Another day, another hack – using client-side encryption to protect your data online

Another day, another hack – using client-side encryption to protect your data online

The theft of extremely sensitive data at extra-marital affairs site Ashley Madison is just the latest in a series of online data thefts to hit the headlines. As each new case is reported, it reinforces the message that client-side (or end-to-end) encryption – encrypting your data before it leaves your computer or phone – is […]

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