Online privacy is a much-discussed topic lately. We want to stay anonymous as long as possible. Nowadays we all use platforms like Google, YouTube or Facebook to gain insights. In turn for information, these platforms collect personal data. Your privacy is no longer safe and will be sold to third parties. But what if these platforms are struggling with privacy issues? Which tech platforms can we use then? And will they bring the same privacy issues? Learn more by reading this article.
As a sharing media platform we are the solution to your painpoints. Yes, we are aware about the problems by sending big media files. Don’t fight the feeling and get to know the wondering world of MediaLab. Our Managing Director, Hans de Heus wrote an article about sharing media and the threats that we come across. Read the article, please note that the article is in Dutch.
It’s International Labor Day! A nice starting point to dive deeper into digitization on the labor market. Do you want to learn more about the trends and developments that correspond? We found an interesting article that highlight this subject. Read the blog for more!
It’s the World Book and Copyright Day. This day celebrates the importance of intellectual property and how you can read, publish and protect it through copyright. Among the lines of this special day, we dive into software piracy. Learn more about this theme and how you can recognize it.
Moving your business to the cloud? It all begins with a strong cloud strategy to prevent cloud silos. Read this blog for useful business insights.
Moving your IT environment to the cloud? Dive deeper into Enterprise Architecture. Learn more about this concept and how you can benefit from it.
If you keep your media files in an unstructured manner, scattered all over the place and with multiple versions and users, chances are that you will miss out. Wouldn’t it be harsh to lose the deal only because you weren’t able to send a proposal in time?
Every growing business needs to have three necessities in place. Discover in this blog post what these are. And how they relate to the storage of your media files.