In a report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Australia was identified as the country that felt the most vulnerable in terms of a lack in cyber security professionals.
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Gone are the days of my spaghetti sauce stained cookbooks sprawled across the kitchen bench. I glanced at my top cupboard where once well-thumbed tomes stood looking a little forlorn and stained. With a guilty thump I thought, too much effort.
Imagine you have recently been operated on and a pacemaker has been inserted into your heart to help regulate its beat. It has the ability to change the rhythm that your heart beats at and can deliver life saving treatment should your heart refuse to stop beating at all.
Companies need to future proof apps and devices as much as possible building in the flexibility to update, adapt and evolve as threats do and technologies change. Communicating these safety measures and reassuring consumers will be as important as the measures themselves.
You don’t remember the times your dad held your handle bars. You remember the day he let go.
Accessibility, connectivity and community are the “buzz word” benefits for mobile apps and devices for people with disabilities. But what does that mean in human terms?
Here at Appfactory we are fortunate to hear ideas and plans from many innovative companies and people. This is one of the huge benefits of doing what we do. In recent years we have identified a common “elevator pitch” that many people have embraced that provides a great way of explaining their concept.